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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.

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.

Olivier-rose

Variegated Oleander

Flashy, deep pink blooms on creamy white variegated foliage. Well suited to more aggressive climates; tolerant of drought, heat and salt. Prune to shape and encourage branching in spring, before new growth begins.

Hydrangée à grosses fleurs

Hydrangea

Huge flowers from summer through fall on strong stems and make beautiful cut flowers. Bloom color varies based on soil acidity; pink in alkaline soils and blue in acidic soils. 'Big Daddy' is easy to grow in heat and humidity and has an exceptionally long bloom time.

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.

Loropetalum

Loropetalum

Rich, deep purple foliage all season long and showy, fragrant, bright pink flowers in the spring and sometimes again in summer. Prune to shape after the spring bloom. Purple Diamond® grows 4-5 feet tall and wide so it won't overwhelm your yard. A lovely and colorful addition to your landscape!

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.

Bambou sacré

Nandina

Richly colored foliage emerges a brilliant red and matures to green in the fall. Compact size makes it a perfect low hedge or as an accent to entryways in foundation plantings. Adds fantastic color and texture to small or large plantings.

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.

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