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PLANT COLLECTION

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Planning your garden? Plant Southern Living’s favorites. Brought to you by the garden writers and editors you trust, each plant in the Southern Living® Plant Collection is selected to

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excel in Southern gardens and to solve common landscape challenges. Visit your local garden center today to find these innovative plants developed for beauty and performance season after season. Looking for a specific landscape solution? Tell us about it by visiting Facebook.com/SouthernLivingPlantCollection or scanning the QR code below.

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Attracts Birds/Butterflies Deer Resistant Water-Wise Purple Diamond®

Compact Loropetalum Compact Loropetalum chinense ‘Shang-hi’ PP18331

Growing only 4 to 5 feet tall and wide, Purple Diamond is just the right size for your yard. •

4-5’ H by 4-5’ W

Full sun to part shade

USDA zones 7-10

Purple Diamond® Compact Loropetalum

Reblooming


NEW for

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We are excited to announce our latest additions to the Southern Living® Plant Collection. Look for

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these wonderful new plants in 2014 – in limited release.

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‘Sunshine’ Ligustrum

Ligustrum sinense ‘Sunshine’ PP20379

Stunning golden year-round foliage; performs well as a hedge and will brighten any garden. •

3-4’ H by 3-4’ W

Full sun to part shade

USDA zone 6

‘Sunshine’ Ligustrum Photo courtesy Dallas Arboretum


Sunbow® Azalea Series Solar Flare™

Solar Glow™

Great for light shade and even sunnier locations. Wonderful honeysuckle fragrance.

Solar Ray™

6-8’ H by 4-5’ W High-filtered shade or sunny areas • USDA zones 5-9 • •

‘Poquito’ Banana

‘Everillo’ Carex

Musa ‘Poquito’ PPAF

Carex oshimensis ‘Everillo’ PP21002

Poquito quickly grows to about 3 feet high, working well in containers or as a border.

3’ H by 3’ W

Full sun to part shade

USDA zones 9-12

Add drama to shady spots or containers with this versatile, easy care grass.

12-18” H by 12-18” W

Full sun to part shade

USDA zones 5-11

‘Design A Line’ Cordyline

Illumination™ ‘Flame’ Digiplexis®

Beyond Blue™ Festuca

Cordyline ‘Design-a-Line Burgundy’ PPAF

Digiplexis™ Illumination® ‘Flame’

Festuca glauca Beyond Blue™ ‘Casca11’ PP23307

photo courtesy Cultivaris

Rich, burgundy hue year-round enhances containers, patios, walls and walkways.

3’ H by 3’ W

Full sun to part shade

USDA zones 8-11

The sterile blossoms and long bloom time (spring to fall) will set your senses afire.

3’ H by spreading

Full sun to part shade

USDA zones 8-11

Intense, powder blue foliage adds bright color throughout the season without browning.

9-12” H by 18” W

Full sun

USDA zone 4

Scentsation™ Gardenia

‘Lemon Lime’ Nandina

Chef’s Choice™ Rosemary

Gardenia jasminoides ‘Leetwo’ PPIP

Nandina domestica Alba ‘Lemon-Lime’ PPAF

Rosemary officinalis ‘Roman Beauty’ PP18192

Beautiful reblooming tiny, fragrant single white blossoms spring to fall.

This beauty will brighten dark spaces with its fresh, citrus hue.

Compact and mounding with a higher oil content specifically for cooking.

3.5’ H by 4’ W

Full sun to part shade

USDA zones 7-10

3-4’ H by 3-4’ W

Full sun to part shade

USDA zones 6-9

12-18” H by 12” W

Full sun

USDA zones 6-11


Low MAINTENANCE

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We’ve selected low-maintenance shrubs that offer real improvements: they fit their spaces without constant pruning and shaping, and they bloom longer, later,

Dear Dolores™ Hydrangea

or earlier. Planting these vibrant hues and textures will brighten your gardens throughout the year, and for years to come.

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Wyatt LeFever’

Bright green foliage with reblooming pink or blue flowers. • 5’ H by 5’ W • Full sun to part shade • USDA zones 5-9

Dear Dolores™ Hydrangea


Baby Gem™

Jessica’s Ruffles™

Buxus microphylla var. japonica ‘Gregem’ PP21159

Camellia sasanqua Jessica’s Ruffles™

Boxwood

Graceful, upright habit, perfect for narrow spaces 10-12’ H by 6-8’ W

Deer resistant compact boxwood

Medium pink semidouble blooms in fall

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 5-9

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

Exceptionally compact, 3’ H by 3’ W

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Camellia

Alabama Beauty™

Pink Stella™

Camellia sasanqua Alabama Beauty™

Camellia sasanqua Pink Stella™

Camellia

Camellia

Excellent screen or hedge 12-15’ H by 6-8’ W

Compact habit, 6-8’ H by 6-8’ W

Medium pink semidouble blooms in fall

Rosy-red semidouble blooms in fall

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 6-10

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

Bella Rouge™ Camellia

Camellia sasanqua ‘TDN 1116’ PP1421

WHY ARE THESE CAMELLIAS UNIQUE?

Very compact habit, 4-5’ H by 4-5’ W

Our camellias offer a variety

Red semidouble blooms in fall

of colors and bloom forms to

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

brighten your fall and winter garden. Choose a growth habit and bloom color to

Diana™

Camellia Camellia sasanqua Diana™

enhance every landscape. With a well-chosen location and

Compact habit, 8-10’ H by 6-8’ W

soil similar to that enjoyed by

White semidouble flowers in fall

azaleas, these Southern icons

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

are very low-maintenance.

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October Magic® Bride

October Magic® Rose

Camellia sasanqua ‘Green 99-006’ PP20539

Camellia sasanqua ‘Green 98-009’ PP20506

Camellia •

Dense, conical form, 4-6’ H by 3-4’ W

Pure white blooms in fall

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Camellia •

Dense, upright, columnar habit, 6-8’ H by 3-4’ W

Full sun to part shade

Salmon rose blooms in fall

Hardy to USDA zones 6-10

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

October Magic® Dawn

October Magic® Ruby

Camellia sasanqua ‘Green 99-012’ PP20453

Camellia hiemalis ‘Green 02-003_ October Magic® Ruby PPAF

Camellia

Camellia

Upright, dense, conical form, 4-6’ H by 3-4’ W

Compact conical habit, 4-5’ H by 4-5’ W

Large pink rose-form blooms in fall

Small Christmas red, fully double blooms

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

October Magic® Inspiration

October Magic® Snow

Camellia sasanqua ‘Green 97-039’ PP20566

Camellia sasanqua ‘Green 94-010’ PP20454

Camellia •

Vigorous, upright habit, 6-8’ H by 4-5’ W

White/magenta blooms in fall

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Camellia •

Compact, mounded habit, 5-7’ H by 5-6’ W

Full sun to part shade

White/magenta blooms in fall

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

October Magic® Orchid

Jubilation™

Camellia sasanqua ‘Green 94-035’ PP20465

Gardenia jasminoides ‘Leeone’ PP21983

Camellia

Gardenia

Compact conical habit, 4-6’ H by 4-5’ W

Compact habit, 3-4’ H by 3-4’ W

White/pink blooms in fall

Fragrant white blooms late spring to fall

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

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Bigfoot™

Early Bird™ Lavender

Cleyera japonica ‘Sotall’ PP13680

Lagerstroemia hybrid ‘JD818’ PP22697

Cleyera •

Crapemyrtle

Upright habit, ideal for large private screens; 15-20’ H by 5-6’ W

Upright habit, 5-8’ H by 3-4’ W

Lavender blooms through summer and fall

Glossy evergreen foliage

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

Bronze Beauty™

Early Bird™ Purple

Cleyera japonica ‘Conthery’ PP11735

Lagerstroemia hybrid ‘JD827’ PP22718

Cleyera

Crapemyrtle

Compact evergreen habit, perfect for smaller hedges; 8-10’ H by 5-6’ W

Upright habit, 5-8’ H by 3-4’ W

Purple blooms through summer and fall

Rich bronze new foliage

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

LeAnn™

Early Bird™ White

Cleyera japonica ‘Contherann’ PP11737

Lagerstroemia hybrid ‘JD900’ PP22698

Crapemyrtle

Cleyera

Upright habit, great for medium hedges; 10-12’ H by 6-7’ W

Upright habit, 5-8’ H by 3-4’ W

White blooms through summer and fall

Maroon new growth

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

HOW ARE THESE VARIETIES DIFFERENT? The early blooming Early Bird Crapemyrtle series begins flowering in May, often as soon as Mother’s Day, reblooming in lavender, white or purple for 100-120 days of color.

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Most cleyera are grown from seed, causing great variation in form. Our varieties are clones of the parent plant and are perfect for uniform hedges with minimal pruning.


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Purple Pixie’s versatile dwarf size is ideal for containers and

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borders, and its rich purple hues will shine all season long.

“I Love how Purple Pixie® Loropetalum complements the harvest color palette.”

Try this simple container design yourself!

– Carmen Johnston,

Container Recipe

Southern Living® Plant Collection Garden Lifestyle Expert

1. ‘Lemon Lime’ Nandina 2. Purple Pixie® Loropetalum 3. ‘Alabama Sunset’ Coleus 4. ‘Fireworks’ Pennisetum

2 This container features Purple Pixie® Loropetalum and ‘Lemon Lime’ Nandina from the Southern Living® Plant Collection


‘Big Daddy’

Spring Sonata™

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Big Daddy’ PP14527

Raphiolepis indica ‘Wilcor’ PP17972

Hydrangea

Indian Hawthorne •

Dense habit, 4’ H by 5’ W

Vigorous habit, 5-6’ H by 5-6’ W

Huge, 12-14” pink or blue blooms summer to fall

White flower clusters in spring; dark purple fruit in fall and winter

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

Hardy to USDA zones 6-9

Dear Dolores™

Emerald Snow®

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Wyatt LeFever’

Loropetalum chinense ‘Shangwhite’ PP21738

Hydrangea •

Fast-growing, mounding growth habit, 5’ H by 5’ W

Large blue or pink flowers rebloom spring to fall

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 5-9

Loropetalum •

Densely layered habit, 3-4’ H by 3-4’ W

White string clusters in spring

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

Miss Scarlett®

Purple Diamond®

Illicium floridanum ‘JCJC’ Miss Scarlett® PPAF

Compact Loropetalum chinense ‘Shang-hi’ PP18331

Illicium

Compact Loropetalum

Dense growth habit, 4-6’ H by 3-4’ W

Compact, layered habit, 4-5’ H by 4-5’ W

Star shaped crimson blooms appear in spring

Magenta ribbons in spring

Full sun to part shade

Part shade to full shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

Rosalinda®

Purple Pixie®

Raphiolepis indica ‘Conda’ PP9056

Weeping Loropetalum chinense ‘Peack’ PP18441

Indian Hawthorne •

Most vigorous growth on the market; great for screening or as small tree, 12-14’ H by 10’ W

Weeping Loropetalum •

Dwarf, weeping habit, 1-2’ H by 4-5’ W

Magenta ribbons in spring

Pink blooms late spring to early summer

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 8-10

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

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FRESHEN UP

‘Soft Caress’ Mahonia

Mahonia eurybracteata ‘Soft Caress’ PP20183

With These Eye-Catching Nandinas

Compact habit, 3’ H by 3.5’ W

Part shade to full shade

Hardy to USDA zones 5-8

Named the 2013 Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Year!

Blush Pink™ Nandina

Southern Living® Plant Collection’s Nandinas offer more

Nandina domestica ‘AKA’ PP19916 •

Low growth habit, 2’ H by 1.5-2’ W

vivid color in stunning contrast with other Nandinas.

Unique, blush-colored young foliage changes to deep green as it matures

Brighter new growth retains its colorful hues into fall and

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 6-10

winter, providing texture and interest in a compact package.

Flirt™

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Nandina Nandina domestica ‘Murasaki’ PP21391

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Dwarf habit, 1-2’ H by 1.5-2’ W

Stunning, deep red, new growth accentuates the evergreen leaves of this Nandina

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 6-10

Obsession™

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Container Recipe 1. Obsession™ Nandina 2. Purple Pixie® Loropetalum 3. ‘New Gold’ Lantana

Nandina

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Nandina domestica ‘Seika’ PP21891 •

Dwarf habit, 3-4’ H by 3-4’ W

Brilliant red new foliage, and richer color than ordinary Nandinas

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 6-10


Twist Of Pink™

Breezy™

Oleander nerium Twist of Pink™

Rhododendron ‘Janet Blair’ R. hyperythrum

Oleander

Southgate™ Rhododendron

Tall, upright habit, 6-8’ H by 6-8’ W

Compact habit, 4-5’ H by 4-5’ W

Deep pink blooms in summer

Full sun

Medium pink buds open to white with prominent maroon blotch in early spring

Hardy to USDA zones 8-10

Part shade to full shade

Hardy to USDA zones 6-9

Mountain Snow™

Divine™

Pieris japonica Mountain Snow™

Rhododendron Cultivar ‘Lisenne Rockefeller’

Pieris •

Dwarf, moderate growth, 3-4’ H by 2-3’ W

Southgate™ Rhododendron •

Compact habit, 4-5’ H by 4-5’ W

Light pink buds open to white with purple flecks in spring

Buds appear in summer to winter opening in early spring

Part shade to full shade

Part shade to full shade

Hardy to USDA zones 6-9

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

Mojo®

Grace™

Pittosporum tobira Mojo® PP#16188

Rhododendron Cultivar ‘Elizabeth Ard’

Southgate™ Rhododendron

Pittosporum •

Dense growth habit, 3’ H by 3’ W

Compact habit, 4-6’ H by 4-5’ W

Orange-blossom scented tiny clusters in spring

Deep pink buds open to white in spring

Part shade to full shade

Part shade to full shade

Hardy to USDA zones 6-9

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10

Brandi™

Southgate™

Rhododendron

Rhododendron Cultivar ‘Brandi Michele Raley’

Radiance™

Southgate™ Rhododendron Rhododendron Cultivar ‘Tyler Morris’ •

Dense grower, 4-5’ H by 4-5’ W

Compact habit, 3-4’ H by 3-4’ W

Deep pink buds open to pink ruffle blooms in spring

Deep lavender buds open to light purple in spring

Part shade to full shade

Part shade to full shade

Hardy to USDA zones 6-9

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All A Flutter™

Little Bonnie™

Rosa hybrid ‘Radsouth’ PPAF

Spiraea x bumalda ‘BL0601’

Shrub Rose

Dwarf Spiraea

Compact habit, 3’ H by 3’ W

Dwarf habit, 2-3’ H by 3’ W

Fuchsia-pink blooms from spring to fall

Profuse lavender-pink blooms in spring

Full sun

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 5-11

Hardy to USDA zones 4-9

Fruit Punch™

Rainbow Sensation®

Rosa hybrid PPAF

Weigela ‘Kolmagira’ PP20384

Shrub Rose

Weigela

Compact habit, 3’ H by 3’ W

Dense habit, 3-4’ H by 3-4’ W

Dark pink blooms with yellow centers from spring to fall

Soft pink, funnel-shaped flowers in May-June

Full sun

Full sun

Hardy to USDA zones 5-11

Hardy to USDA zones 4-8

Majesty™

Shining Sensation™

Rosa hybrid ‘Radliv’ PP20244

Weigela ‘Bokrashine’

Shrub Rose

Weigela

Compact habit, 3’ H by 3’ W

Dense habit, 5-6’ H by 4-5’ W

Deep red blooms from spring to fall

Full sun

Trumpet-shaped, hot-pink blooms in spring

Hardy to USDA zones 5-11

Full sun

Hardy to USDA zones 5-8

Yewtopia®

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Deer Resistant

Reblooming

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Plum Yew

Cephalotaxus harringtonia Yewtopia® •

Slightly upright, vase-like habit, 3-4’ H by 3-4’ W

Heat tolerant, drought resistant; great as low hedge

Part shade to full shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9


Jubilation™ Gardenia

Gardenia jasminoides ‘Leeone’ PP21983

Jubilation blooms heavily in spring; reblooming fragrantly through summer into fall.

Jubilation™ Gardenia

3-4’ H by 3-4’ W

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-10


Better BORDERS

For our first introductions to the grasses/ groundcovers category, we tackled the common monkey grass, seeking superior

Marc Anthony® varieties that deserved to be featured

Liriope

first. Try these – you’ll never go back.

The only one of its kind to have three color hues, the new leaves originate as golden yellow and green, and become white and green as they mature.

Liriope muscari ‘Marant’ PP20207

16” H by clumping

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 5-9

Marc Anthony® Liriope


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Cleopatra™ Liriope

Liriope muscari ‘Bigun’ PP15474 •

Spreading habit, 15” H by clumping

Tall dark green foliage; spikes of purple flowers in the summer

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 5-9

Welcome Spring with Bright Color

Marc Anthony® Liriope

Liriope muscari ‘Marant’ PP20207

Soft Caress Mahonia’s feathery evergreen foliage gracefully

Spreading habit, 16” H by clumping

Pink bloom stalks with lavender accents in summer

invites spring. Perfect for containers on porches and shade

Full sun to part shade

gardens, the bonus is brilliant yellow winter blooms.

Hardy to USDA zones 5-9

‘Gold Breeze’

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Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gold Breeze’ PPAF •

Compact habit, 4-6’ H by clumping

Gold plumes in late August

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 5-9

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Beat the HEAT

We wanted spring color that could beat the summer heat, so we selected annuals, perennials and tropicals for their extreme heat and humidity tolerance.

Queen Mum™ Agapanthus

Agapanthus orientalis ‘PMN06’

They’ll stay vibrant until first frost.

Extra large blooms, up to 10” in diameter, add impact to beds, borders and boxes. •

1-1.5’ H by 1-1.5’ W

Full sun to part shade

USDA zones 7-10

Queen Mum™ Agapanthus


Little Black Magic™

Ragin’ Cajun™

Colocasia esculenta Little Black Magic™

Ruellia elegans Ragin’ Cajun™

Dwarf Elephant Ear

Ruellia

Compact habit, 1-2’ H by 2’ W

Mounding habit, 12-14” H by mounding

Deep purple leaves in a compact habit

Full sun to part shade

Vivid red flowers late spring through summer

Hardy to USDA zones 8-10

Full sun

Hardy to USDA zones 7b-11; annual in colder zones

‘Puckered Up’

‘Amistad’

Colocasia ‘Puckered Up’ PPAF

Salvia ‘Amistad’ PPAF

Colocasia

Salvia

Spreading habit, 3’ H by 3’ W

Puckered, dark chocolate leaves on strong nearly-black stems

A more compact and fuller habit than other salvias, 3-4’ H by 3’ W

Velvet purple blooms spring to first frost

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 8-11

Hardy to USDA zone 8a

Azure Skies™

‘Princess Blush’

Heliotropium amplexicaule Azure Skies™

Verbena hybrid ‘Princess Blush’ PP11911

Heliotrope • •

Verbena

Low growing, spreading habit, 12-14” H by spreading

Mounding habit, 4–6” H by mounding

Blush pink blooms spring to fall

Light-lavender flower clusters spring to fall

Full sun

Hardy to USDA zones 8-11

Full sun

Hardy to USDA zones 7-11

Stars & Stripes™

‘Princess Dark Lavender’

Pentas Lanceolata Stars & Stripes™

Verbena ‘Princess Dark Lavender’ PP11951

Pentas

Verbena

Mounding habit, 12–24” H by mounding

Mounding habit, 4–6” H by mounding

Bright red flower clusters spring until fall

Pale purple blooms spring to fall

Full sun

Full sun

Hardy to USDA zones 9-11

Hardy to USDA zones 8-11

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perfect SIZE, perfect PLACE

Our renditions of these iconic Southern ornamental trees offer stunning foliage colors and reblooming flowers, and are sized to fit well in your landscape. Don’t miss the unique cupped burgundy leaves of the Delta series crapemyrtles. Add structure with minimal shaping with Robin Holly, Oakland Holly and Scarlet’s Peak Holly.

Empress Of China™ Dogwood

Cornus angustata ‘Elsbry’ PP14537

An evergreen Chinese Dogwood with a graceful yet vigorous habit and loads of flowers. Each branch holds up to 150 white blooms! •

15-18’ H by 13-15’ W

Full sun to part shade

USDA zones 6-9

Empress Of China™ Dogwood


Delta Breeze™

Delta Moonlight™

Lagerstromia indica ‘Deled’

Lagerstromia indica ‘Delea’

Crapemyrtle

Crapemyrtle

Upright habit, 6-10’ H by 4-5’ W

Upright habit, 4-6’ H by 4-6’ W

Light lavender, very showy panicles of blooms in summer

White showy panicles of blooms in summer

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

Delta Eclipse™

Oakland™

Lagerstromia indica ‘Deleb’

Ilex hybrid ‘Magland’ PP14417

Crapemyrtle

Holly

Upright habit, 6-10’ H by 4-5’ W

Dense habit, 15-20’ H by 12-15’ W

Purple, very showy panicles of blooms in summer

Red berries in late winter

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 6-9

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

Delta Flame™

Robin™

Lagerstromia indica ‘Delec’

Ilex hybrid ‘Conin’ PP9486

Crapemyrtle

Holly

Upright habit, 6-10’ H by 4-5’ W

Pyramidal habit, 15-20’ H by 12-15’ W

Dark red, very showy panicles of blooms in summer

Beautiful red berries in fall and winter

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 6-10

Hardy to USDA zones 7-9

Delta Jazz™

‘Scarlet’s Peak’

Lagerstroemia hybrid ‘Chocolate Mocha’ PP21540

Ilex ‘Scarlet’s Peak’ PP20581

Crapemyrtle

Holly •

Columnar growth, 20’ H by 3’ W

Upright habit, 6-10’ H by 4-5’ W

Red berries in winter

Bright pink blooms with burgundy cupped leaves in summer

Full sun to part shade

Hardy to USDA zones 8-10

Full sun to part shade

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Vertical PLANTING

Vines, whether evergreen or deciduous, clinging, twining, rambling or scrambling, offer opportunities to take maximum advantage of vertical gardening space. Add height and interest to your garden scene with Angyo Star Fatshedera.

‘Angyo Star’ Fatshedera x Fatshedera lizei ‘Angyo Star’

This semi-climbing cultivar of English Ivy and oak looks beautiful in decorative containers. •

5-6’ H by 4-5’ H

Part shade to full shade

USDA zones 7b-9

‘Angyo Star’ Fatshedera


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“Angyo Star Fatshedera is a wonderful addition to containers. The best part is the more shade your porch has, the more variegated the leaves become!”

Add Height, Grow Interest

A trellised vine like Find more decorating tips at southernlivingplants.com /carmen_ johnston

– Carmen Johnston, Southern Living® Plant Collection Garden Lifestyle Expert

Angyo Star Fatshedera is an ideal element to add vertical interest. Try using

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unexpected items to train the vines – like three copper rods tied with jute.

Container Recipe 1. ‘Angyo Star’ Fatshedera 2. ‘Soft Caress’ Mahonia This container features ‘Angyo Star’ Fatshedera and ‘Soft Caress’ Mahonia from the Southern Living® Plant Collection


GARDEN with CARMEN online As the Garden Lifestyle Expert for the Southern Living® Plant Collection, Carmen Johnston contributes

How-to Videos & Decorating Tips at southernlivingplants.com /carmen_ johnston

ideas on how to incorporate the love of gardening into dayto-day life. From edibles to container gardening and landscape design, Carmen shares easy-to-follow tips and creative ideas that inspire others to share in her passion for gardening. To learn more, scan the QR code below, or visit us at southernlivingplants.com/carmen_johnston

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‘Soft Caress’ Mahonia, ‘Sunshine’ Ligustrum


H OW- T O Gardening projects are simple with our step-by-step instructions and how-to videos. View these at southernlivingplants.com or on

How To Plant A Container Garden For Your Patio Table

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A R TING O C E D You don’t have to get your hands dirty to follow our quick and easy tips for using colorful plants when decorating and entertaining. View our top 25 Decorating Tips at southernlivingplants.com

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October Magic® Bride Camellia Camellia sasanqua ‘Green 99006’ PP20539

Profuse blooms will create a magical setting in your garden.

October Magic® Bride Camellia

4-6’ H by 3-4’ W

Full sun to part shade

USDA zones 6-10


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