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Crinum de Powell

Pink Crinum Lily

Crinum lilies are tough, low maintenance plants that flower prolifically on three to four foot stalks from early spring to midsummer and sometimes again later in the season. Lush, robust foliage is a beautiful addition to the garden all summer. Will thrive and multiply year after year.

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Holly

A tall, slim holly that grows to an average of 20 feet high by only three feet wide. Lush, glossy evergreen leaves help show off brilliant red berries in the winter. Pruning isn't necessary but can be done in the winter if desired.

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Spider Lily

No other bulb is as classically Southern as a red spider lily. Along the Gulf Coast they are sometimes called hurricane lilies, often blooming a brilliant scarlet-red a week after the storm has passed. The foliage stays green well through the winter and into late spring.

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Holly

Oakland™ holly has distinctive oak-shaped leaves that emerge bronzy and turn to bright green in summer and produces lots of bright, orangey red berries. The dense, pyramidal shape needs no pruning to maintain its shape. Makes an excellent screen or accent.

Ternstroemia

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Cleyera

Glossy, evergreen leaves develop reddish-bronze hues in autumn. Small white flowers adorn the branches in late spring to early summer and give way to orange-red holly-like berries that persist through winter. The uniform look of this shrub make it a great choice for a tall hedge or screen.

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Holly

New foliage emerges deep maroon and turns to rich green in summer. Beautiful, dark red berries in fall and winter. Perfect as a foundation plant, hedge or by itself in the yard. Prune to shape before spring flush.

Liriope

Lilyturf

Spikes of purple flowers bloom in summer over tall, dark green foliage followed by small black berry-like fruits in the fall and winter. A lovely addition to borders, pathways, shady areas and slopes. Readily self-sows. Shear or mow back in fall or early spring to encourage fresh growth.

Cournouiller asiatique

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Dogwood

Graceful, vigorous Chinese dogwood, covered in creamy white flowers in early summer. Blooms give way to translucent, strawberry-like fruit that draws songbirds into the garden. This evergreen tree will light up your partly shaded garden year round!

Narcisse

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Narcissus

'Golden Dawn' boasts pale yellow petals with gold cups and is a must have daffodil for every warm-climate garden. Two to three flower stalks emerge from each bulb, providing color and fragrance over an extended period of time.

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Nandina

Striking red new foliage is framed by rich bluish green in the summer and holds its color through fall, winter and spring. In colder zones, it may develop fruit in winter. Compact size and outstanding color make Flirt™ the perfect addition to beds or foundation plantings.

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