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Échinops

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Échinops

A striking combination of flower, foliage and stem color, impressive in the garden and cut for arrangements, fresh or dried. Attracts butterflies and lovely planted with baby's breath, garden phlox, yarrow, daylily, Russian sage or ornamental grasses.

Rhododendron

Rhododendron

With exceptional heat and humidity tolerance, Southgate™ Rhododendrons thrive in the deep south as well as in traditional Rhododendron areas. Grace™ features deep pink buds that bloom a beautiful white.

Tulipe

Tulip

These species tulips produce bright cardinal red and creamy yellow blooms, bringing a unique color display to spring gardens. These tulips make a lovely display in rock gardens and small group plantings and will naturalize easily.

Tulipe

Tulip

White and pink bicolor blooms make a lovely display in rock gardens and small group plantings and will naturalize easily. Try planting with herbs and other low growing perennials for a nice contrast of color and texture.

Camélia

Camellia

A profusion of delightful semi-double blooms adorn attractive foliage in the fall. Beautiful plants for borders or mixed plantings, Camellia are also wonderful as an accent. Choose a planting site that is sheltered from strong sun and drying winds.

Raphiolepis

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Indian Hawthorne

Profuse white flowers covers dense, glossy, green foliage in spring, two to three weeks later than other Indian hawthorn varieties. Dark purple fruit brings welcome color in the fall and winter. Spring Sonata™ is great for foundation plantings, borders and containers but its salt tolerance also makes it the perfect choice for the coast.

Piéris

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Pieris

Showy, pendulous flower buds appear in summer and persist until opening in spring with spectacular, urn-shaped, ivory white flowers. New foliage emerges bronze and matures to deep green. 'Mountain Snow' is more heat tolerant than standard Pieris japonica.

Loropetalum

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Loropetalum

Pure white flowers cover this shrub in spring and sporadically through summer and fall. Dense foliage emerges lime green and deepens with maturity.

Gardenia

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Gardenia

A charming improvement on a Southern favorite. Compact habit and fragrant flowers make it a superb choice near patios, porches and other outdoor living areas. Milky white double blooms appear in spring and again sporadically throughout the summer.

Pittospore du Japon

Pittosporum

Orange blossom-scented flowers are displayed on dense, variegated foliage on this tough, evergreen shrub. Makes a great hedge and is perfect in foundation plantings. It is also salt tolerant, making it a wonderful addition to coastal gardens.

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