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Arborvitae 'Green Giant'

'Green Giant’ is a fast-growing arborvitae that is often promoted as a disease-free substitute for Leyland Cypress, particularly in the Southeastern U.S. Trees may grow to 40-60’ tall with a dense, narrow, pyramidal habit, but can be easily kept more compact by pruning for screens or hedges. In the proper environment, trees can grow 3-4’ of growth per year. Perfect for a windbreak.


Arborvitae 'Hetz Midget'

This small, evergreen shrub has a dense, globe shaped growth habit. Very hardy and adaptable to most soils. Perfect as a small foundation plant, in mixed borders and containers.

Arborvitae 'Linesville'

Wonderful globe shaped arborvitae. Foliage is soft to the touch and is a sage-green color. No winter discoloration and is very cold hardy. Makes a nice evergreen shrub border or plant along paths, walkways, sidewalks, etc.


Arborvitae 'Rheingold'

  • Dwarf evergreen shrub with bright golden foliage that turns coppery gold in winter
  • Nice low foundation or small hedge plant
  • Can tolerate wet areas of the landscape

Arborvitae 'Whipcord'

Dwarf conifer with drooping cord-like green foliage that turns a pretty bronze color in winter, making this a unique specimen plant. Also adds interest in a foundation planting or in a rock garden.
Asiatic Lily

Asiatic Lily

  • Flowers are showy and very fragrant
  • Make great cut flowers
  • Plant near patios or front doors to enjoy the beauty and fragrance


  • Nice cutting flower
  • Attracts butterflies
  • North American Native selection


  • Great for a shade garden
  • Plant near ponds or streams
  • Deer and rabbit resistant

Aucuba 'Gold Dust'

Striking gold variegated shrub for shade gardens. Unique looking foundation plant. Beautiful bright green foliage is so heavily speckled with gold it projects an overall yellow-green appearance. Excellent background for contrasting foliage plants. Seacoast tolerant. Evergreen


Aucuba 'Mr. Goldstrike'

Striking bold color for the shady landscape. Perfect as a shade foundation plant or in a container on a covered porch or patio. Evergreen

Aucuba, Green (Dwarf)

Aucuba, Green (Dwarf)

This dwarf form of Aucuba has a dense growth habit with dark green leaves. The female of the selection bear abundant fruit which are born above the evergreen foliage which adds to its winter interest. As a shade lover, this is a good plant to put on the north and east sides of buildings and also to plant in groupings under the canopy of large trees.

Aucuba, Variegted (Dwarf)

Aucuba, Variegted (Dwarf)

A shade lover, this plant is ideal for planting under trees or in shade gardens along with hostas, ferns, and azaleas. Deer resistant


Azalea 'Bloom-A-Thon Double Pink

  • Large double pink flowers in April, then re-blooms early July until frost
  • Evergreen foliage maintains excellent color all year long
  • Great for foundation plantings or woodland gardens

Azalea 'Bloom-a-Thon Lavender'

  • Evergreen azalea that flowers in the spring and again in late summer til frost
  • Beautiful when mass planted
  • Makes a nice evergreen hedge in winter and spring, then bursts with color in summer
  • Also makes an excellent foundation shrub

Azalea 'Bloom-a-Thon Red'

  • Gorgeous red flowers appear in April, then reblooms in early July to hard frost
  • Makes a beautiful foundation plant or grouped in a mass planting
  • Also excellent in a container

Azalea 'Bloom-a-Thon White'

  • Evergreen. Blooming white flowers in spring and again in the summer thru fall
  • Good for foundation planting, in containers or as a specimen.
  • Prune to shape after 1st major bloom
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