Below is a list and some pictures and descriptions of some of the shrubs we have grown, although it represents
only a small part of our stock. We may still have some of these available OR we can locate them for you. We have many other
varieties and sizes, and we have 75 acres of large trees and shrubs still growing in the fields for being balled and burlapped.
A few hard-to-find shrubs that we have, have had, or can locate are:
Abelia x grandiflora ‘Rose Creek’: Rose Creek Abelia
(seedling/non-cultivar): Florida Leucothoe
Aucuba japonica ‘Serratholia’: Green Aucuba
v. atropurpurea ‘Rose Glow’: Rosy Glow Barberry
Callicarpa americana (seedling/non-cultivar): American Beautyberry
Callicarpa dichotoma ‘Duet’: Duet Beautyberry
Calycanthus floridus (seedling/non-cultivar): Sweetshrub
Calycanthus floridus ‘Athens’: Athens Sweetshrub
Calycanthus floridus ‘Michael Lindsey’: Michael
Calycanthus x raulstonii ‘Haritage Wine’: Haritage Wine Sweetshrub
‘Governor Mouton’: Red/White Variegated Camellia
Camellia japonica ‘Imura’: Imura White Camellia
Camellia japonica ‘Mathotiana Rubra’: Mathotiana Camellia
Camellia japonica ‘Omega’: Omega
Camellia japonica ‘Prof. Sargeant’: Prof. Sargeant Camellia Japonica
‘Rebel Yell Pink’: Rebel Yell Pink Camellia Japonica
Camellia japonica ‘White by the Gate’: White
by the Gate Camellia
Camellia sasanqua ‘Cleopatra’: Cleopatra Camellia Sasanqua
Camellia sasanqua ‘Rainbow’:
Rainbow Sasanqua Camellia
Caphalotaxus harringtonia ‘Drupacea’: Spreading Japanese Plum Yew
avellana ‘Contorta’: Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick
Edgeworthia papyrifera (seedling/non-cultivar): Paperbush
Elaeagnus pugens ‘Simonii’: Elaeagnus
Gardenia jasminoides ‘Daisy’: Daisy Gardenia
jasminoides ‘Frostproof’: Frostproof Gardenia
Gardenia jasminoides ‘Radicans’: Dwarf Creeping
Gardenis jasminoides ‘Grif’s Select’: Grif’s Select Gardenia
‘Annabelle’: Smooth Hydrangea
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Ryan Gainey’: Ryan Gainey Hydrangea
macrophylla ‘Nikko Blue’: Nikko Blue Bigleaf Hydrangea
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Chantilly Lace’:
Chantilly Lace Hydrangea
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Unique’: Unique Panicle Hydrangea
(seedling/non-cultivar): Oakleaf Hydrangea
Hydrangea serrata ‘Bluebird’: Bluebird Hydrangea
‘Carissa’: Carissa Holly
Ilex cornuta ‘Rotunda’: Dwarf Chinese Holly
Ilex crenata ‘Green
Lustre’: Green Luster Holly
Ilex crenata ‘Hoogendorn’: Hoogendorn Holly
Ilex crenata ‘Soft
Touch’: Box-leaved Japanese Holly
Illicium parviflorum (seedling/non-cultivar): Anise
(seedling/non-cultivar): Winter Jasmine
Juniperus chinensis ‘Gold Lace’: Gold Lace Juniper
conferta ‘Blue Pacific’: Blue Pacific Juniper
Juniperus conferta ‘Silver Mist’: Silver Mist Juniper
Juniperus virginiana ‘Grey Owl’ Juniper
Kalmia latifolia ‘Carousel’: Carousel Mountain Laurel
Kalmia latifolia ‘Sarah’: Sarah Mountain Laurel
Lonicera fragrantissima: Winter Honeysuckle
chinense ‘Ever Red Sunset’: Ever Red Sunset Loropetalum
Loropetalum chinense ‘Ruby’: Ruby Chinese
Loropetalum chinense ‘Sizzling Pink’: Sizzling Pink Fringe Flower
Mahonia bealei (seedling/non-cultivar):
Myrica cerifera (seedling/non-cultivar): Southern Waxmyrtle
Nandina ‘Atropurpurea Nana’:
Dwarf Firepower Nandina
Nandina ‘Harbour Dwarf’: Harbour Dwarf Nandina
Nandina domestica (seedling/non-cultivar):
Nandina Heavenly Bamboo
Nandina domestica ‘Gulf Stream” PP 5656: Gulf Stream Nandina
(seedling/non-cultivar): Fragrant Tea Olive
Osmanthus x fortunei: Fortunes Osmanthus
Rhaphiolepsis umbellate ‘Snow
White’: Snow White Indian Hawthorne
Rhododendron ‘Anna Rose Whitney’: Anna Rose Whitney Rhododendron
Rhododendron ‘Delaware Valley: Delaware Valley Azalea
Rhododendron ‘English Roseum’: English Roseum
Rhododendron ‘Girard Hot Shot’: Girard Hot Shot Azalea
Rhododendron ‘Girard Rose’:
Girard Rose Azalea
Rhododendron ‘Michael Hill’: Michael Hill Azalea
Rhododendron ‘Midnight Flare’:
Midnight Flare Azalea
Rhododendron ‘Nova Zembla’: Red Rhododendron
Rhododendron ‘Pink Ruffles’:
Pink Ruffles Azalea
Rhododendron ‘Renee Michelle’: Renne Michelle Azalea
Eyelet’: Summer Eyelet Native Azalea
Rhododendron austrinum ‘Lisa’s Gold’: Lisa’s Gold
Rhododendron Beasley Hybrid ‘Nacoochee Princess’: Nocoochee Princess Native Azalea
catawbiense ‘Chionodes’: Chionoides Rhododendron
Rhododendron catawbiense ‘English Roseum’: English
Rhododendron catawbiense x ? ‘Roseum Elegans’: Roseum Elegans Rhododendron
Exbury Hybrid ‘Admiral Semmes’: Admiral Semmes Azalea
Rhododendron Glenn Dale Hybrid ‘Fashion’:
Rhododendron hybrid ‘High Tide’: High Tide Deciduous Azalea
Rhododendron indicum ‘Formosa’:
Rhododendron indicum ‘G. G. Gerbing’: G.G. Gerbing Azalea
Rhododendron indicum ‘Pink
Formosa’: Pink Formosa Azalea
Rhododendron Robin Hill ‘Hilda Niblett’: Hilda Niblett Azalea
Robin Hill ‘Robin Hill Congo’: Robin Hill Congo Azalea
Rhododendron southern indica ‘George L. Tabor’:
George L. Tabor Azalea
Rhododendron x ‘Abbey’s Re-View’: Re-Blooming Rhododendron
Red Double Knock Out Rose
Rosa ‘Redrazz’: Red Knock-Out Rose
Sarcococca confusa (seedling/non-cultivar):
Spiraea japonica ‘Gold Mound’: Gold Mound Spirea
Syringa meyeri (seedling/non-cultivar): Korean
Ternstroemia gymnanthera (seedling/non-cultivar): Japanese Cleyera
Viburnum awabuki ‘Chindo’:
Viburnum plicatum tomentosum ‘Fujisanensis’: Summer Snowflake Virburnum
‘Spring Bouquet’: Spring Bouquet Viburnum
Wisteria frutexcans ‘Amethysts Falls’: Amethyst Falls
4–5 foot B&B Camellia sasanqua 'Kanjiro'. pink 'Kanjiro' and white 'Mini-No-Yuki'
Sasanquas are smaller
than Camellia japonicas, growing 6–10 feet. Their leaves and flowers are also
smaller, and they bloom earlier (September through December rather than November through April). More relaxed look than the
japonicas. They have been particularly floriferous this fall of 2009. Plant C. sasanquas
and C. japonicas for months of blooming throughout the fall and winter. Evergreen.
Best in partial shade. Prune after flowering
Nandina domestica 'Firepower'
(Heavenly Bamboo) is a dense, compact variety with bright lime-green spring growth that turns to an excellent fall
and winter red foliage. It grows 1–3 feet tall and 2 feet wide, making it a dwarf form. A soft touch for the landscape.
Colors best in full sun, but tolerates shade. No pruning needed.
Knock Out® rose. Original ('Radrazz', PP 11,836). One of a growing
number in the series, this original Knock-Out rose, with its cherry-red, single flowers, was the 2000 AARS winner. The 3–4
foot by 3–4 foot bushes require virtually no maintenance and bloom from April through November. (Although this year
of 2009 bears witness to full blooming continuing into December. When driving, I often confuse the pink Knock-Outs with the
blooming sansanquas until I get a closer view.) They are disease and pest resistant and drought tolerant. Plant in sun for
best growth and flowering.
Pieris japonica: On left is 'Prelude',
which is a smaller form of the evergreen shrub with spreading branches. Flowers are white on 3-6 inch panicles and last longer
than others in the species. 'Snow Drift' (on the right) has a dense habit and
grows 4-6 feet. New growth is bronze-red turning to deep green. Abundant white flowers in long, upright panicles.
Rose Glow Barberry (Berberis
thunbergii var. atropurpurea 'Rose Glow'): 5-6 foot deciduous shrub with red leaves shaded with pink tones. Great
fall color, bright red berries in winter. Spines on stems, making for a good barrier. Full sun. Tolerates dry and urban conditions.
Blue Pacific juniper (Juniperus conferta 'Blue
Pacific'): Evergreen shrub that makes an excellent ground cover. Also magnificent draped over walls, softening
the harshness. Grows about 1 foot high and wide, or more. Tolerates poor soils but will not tolerate wet feet (soggy or persistently
wet soils). Full sun.
8 feet high by 10-12 feet wide.
Rhododendron indicum 'Pink Formosa':
Large, upright evergreen shrub that grows 5-10 feet. Pink flowers in spring. Needs high light area. Vigorous grower.
'Pink Ruffles' azalea: Evergreen shrub with deep pink flowers with dark
blotch. Grows 6-8 feet.
Nikko Blue bigleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla): Mophead flowers that will be deep blue if the soil is acidic enough. (Will turn
towards pink in sweet soil). Deciduous. Grows to 6 feet. Best in shade but okay in sun if well watered. Prune after flowering.
Edgeworthia chrysantha (Paperbush): Deciduous,
suckering shrub that grows 5-6 feet tall and suckers wide. Blue-green leaves. Fragrant cream-yellow flowers in January through
early April. Part shade.
Zenobia pulverulenta: A gracefully arching shrub that grows
2-3 feet (possibly to 6 ft). Attractive bluish-green leaves turn yellowish with tinge of red in late fall. Narrow, bell-shaped,
nodding white flowers in spring have a anise scent. Acid, moist, well-drained soil for best growth but is good for wet areas.
Japanese Cleyera (Ternstroemia
gymnanthera): 8-10 ft high and 5-6 ft wide evergreen shrub. Can maintain at
4-6 ft high. Densely branched. Upright oval to oval-rounded habit. Emerging leaves are bronze to red and change to lustrous
dark green with a rich reddish bronze color in winter. White to yellowish white flowers Mary through June. Okay in sun but
performs best in shade or partial shade. Moist, well-drained soils. Great for screens, hedges.
domestica (Heavenly Bamboo): 6-8 ft high evergreen shrub with white flowers
in spring and red berries in winter. Leaves start coppery to purplish red becoming blue-green, then reddish in winter (particularly
if in full sun). Spreads by rhizomes. Full sun or shade. Prune back canes at varying heights and selectively prune stems to
make dense plant. Exceptionally durable plant. This seedling (not a cultivated variety) is larger than the compact cultivated
varieties on the market.
Winter Jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum): 3-4 ft high by 4-6 ft wide mounding shrub. Bright yellow flowers January through March.
Tolerates very poor soils. Excellent to cover slopes or as stand-alone accent in the winter.
Ilex cornuta 'Rotunda' (Rotunda holly):
This evergreen Chinese holly is compact, dense, and mounded with spined leaves. 3-4 ft high and 6-8 ft wide. Female. Red berries.
Widely used as foundation plant or bed filler.
Mahonia bealei (Leatherleaf Mahonia): 6-foot evergreen shrub with clusters of fragrant
yellow flowers in late winter/early spring that produce large, Robin's-egg blue berries atop the bush. Large, spiny leaves.
Makes a wonderful accent plant in a shady area. Will grow 6-10 feet high.
Holly (Ilex cornuta 'Needlepoint'): A Chinese holly that has vivid
red berries. Upright in youth, becoming broader with age. 10 feet high but can maintain at 5 feet. Single spine on end of
leaf. Great screen or mass plant. Prefers full sun.
Leucothoe axillaris Jenkins Form (Dog-hobble): Evergreen native that grows 3 feet
high and wide. Low arching, fragrant, blooms in April. Full shade.
Illicium parviflorum (Small Anise-tree):
Large, suckering evergreen shrub with yellow-green to olive-green foliage and small flowers in May–June. Broken leaves
smell like licorice. 8–10 feet. Sun or shade. Fabulous screening plant as will completely fill in due to the suckering
habit. Softer look and lighter green than many screening plants.
(Aucuba japonica 'Serratifolia'): Vigorous evergreen shrub that grows to 5 feet. Has large, bright red berries in winter. Solid green leaves.
Gold Mound Spirea (Spiraea japonica 'Gold
Mound'): Small, mounding deciduous shrub. Has Clusters of lavender-pink flower in late spring and early summer.
Golden leaves throughout growing season that fade to yellow-green. 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 feet high and 3-4 feet wide. Sun or semi-shade.
on right: Rhaphiolepis umbellata 'Snow White' (Indian Hawthorn):
Evergreen shrub that grows to 3-4 feet, making it a dwarf form. Spreading habit. Pure white flowers in early spring into early
summer. Bronze-green foliage. Good leaf spot resistance. Best in sun, but also shade tolerant. Drought tolerant.
Luster Holly (Ilex crenata
'Green Lustre'): A Japanese (box-leaved) holly with small, non-spiny, lustrous, dark green leaves. Grows 6-12
feet tall and twice as wide (but can keep at 3-4 feet high and 4-5 feet wide). Female. Sun or shade adaptable. Can severely
prune. Foundation, screen, hedge, and mass plantings are common. Although many are tempted to round the shrubs like meatballs,
it's best to selectively prune some stems and keep the height tamed if necessary, but let the plant grow in its normal
Wax Myrtle (Myrica cerifera): 10- to 15-foot high and 20-foot wide evergreen
shrub with slender leaves that are dotted with yellowish resin glands above and beneath. When pruned, is a great screening
plant and when limbed up makes a nice small tree. Tolerates poor soils. Full sun or 1/2 shade.
Elaeagnus pugens 'Simonii' (elaeagnus): 10-15 foot evergreen shrub with similar
spread. Bright green leaves with silvery undersides. This variety has larger leaves than the species and is not thorny. Exceptionally
fast growing. Best if planted away from trees so branches won't latch on. Sweet Gardenia-like fragrance in fall. Drought
tolerant. Sun or shade.
Cast-iron plant (Although a woody, I have listed under perennials). See perennial page.
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