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Fatshedera

This vinelike shrub boasts glossy, rich green foliage with a creamy white border on semi-upright stems. Use in a container or as an evergreen ground cover. It can be trained to climb a structure but will need to be tied for support. Pinch growing tips to encourage branching and prune regularly to grow as a shrub.

Zephyranthe à grandes feuilles

Rain Lily

Large flowers bloom many times each summer and fall, typically after a good rain. These very low maintenance rain lilies are stunning when used in a mass planting and are also lovely along a walkway, at the front of a sunny border or on rock gardens.

Loropetalum pleureur

Weeping Loropetalum

Showy pink flowers and rich purple foliage grace Purple Pixie. With its dwarf size and weeping habit, it makes a fantastic ground cover but it's stunning, vibrant color is also a perfect addition to hanging baskets, window boxes and other containers.

Rosier

Shrub Rose

Bright fuchsia-pink, semidouble blossoms bloom and rebloom from spring until fall. Disease resistant. Should be pruned in early spring when new shoots begin to emerge. Hold off on fertilizing until after first wave of flowers come and go.

Scaveole

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Scaevola

Bold blue blooms on this exceptionally heat tolerant scaevola. More compact and earlier blooming than other varieties. A versatile choice: try it in the garden, hanging baskets, containers or window boxes!

Spirée de Bumalda

Spirea

A beautiful, compact, mounding spiraea. Profuse flowers in spring and again sporadically throughout the summer. Blue-green foliage doesn't burn out like other spiraeas, making this dwarf plant perfect for the deep South.

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Shrub Rose

Majesty™ produces velvety red semidouble flowers and reblooms from spring until fall. Disease resistant. Should be pruned in early spring when new shoots begin to emerge. Hold off on fertilizing until after first wave of flowers come and go.

Rhodophiala

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Oxblood Lily

Beautiful, vermilion red blooms appear in late August and September and are followed by lush foliage that persists into spring. Oxblood lilies are low maintenance, grow easily even in heavy clay soils and naturalize readily without becoming invasive. Sometimes called a Hurricane Lily or Schoolhouse Lily.

Ternstroemia

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Cleyera

Small leaves emerge rich bronze, mature to green and return to bronze in the fall and winter. Small white flowers bloom in late spring or early summer and give way to red holly-like berries that persist throughout winter. This compact, tidy shrub is ideal as a low hedge or foundation planting.

Hebrantus robuste

Rain Lily

This reliable rain lily will produce beautiful pink blooms over green, straplike foliage four to six times in one summer. Offers a showy display in your summer garden. Great for naturalizing. Tolerates heat, humidity, sun and shade.

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