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Chitalpa

Chitalpa 'Pink Dawn'

This slower growing deciduous tree flowers lavender pink in late spring. The flowering continues off and on until fall making this a nice colorful addition to the landscape. Plant as a specimen tree or in groups along a property line. Can tolerate drought conditiions and attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.

Clethra

Clethra 'Hummingbird'

A profusion of fragrant white flower spikes attract butterflies and bees. Compact habit makes it good for small gardens. Pretty when mass planted or mixed into perennial borders.  Perfect for wet areas of the landscape. Deciduous
Cleyera

Cleyera 'Bronze Beauty'

  • Lush glossy dark green foliage with bright bronze edges
  • Leaves are smaller than other cleyeras
  • Make a nice evergreen hedge or foundation plant
  • Fragrant white flowers in summer
  • Bright red berries in the fall that the birds love
Cleyera

Cleyera 'Leann'

Foliage emerges maroon in spring, then stays green until fall when it turns maroon color again. This evergreen shrub is ideal as a medium-sized hedge, both natural or sheared. Tall enough to provide dense privacy..does well in shady areas of the landscape.
Columbine

Columbine

Columbine is a late spring wildflower which you can find in rocky woods, slopes, ledges and open areas. Features drooping, bell-like, 1-2", flowers. Flowers are quite attractive to hummingbirds and will naturalize. A deer resistant native and a must for a shady garden.
Coneflower

Coneflower

  • Long blooming, great for massing in borders
  • Attracts butterflies
  • Can come in a vast variety of colors
Coreopsis

Coreopsis

  • Will naturalize
  • Used in native or wildflower gardens
  • Showy flowers attract butterflies
  • Drought tolerant

Cotoneaster 'Tom Thumb'

  • Make a great groundcover for slopes or under trees
  • Dwarf shade lover that berries from fall thru winter
  • Berries and low branching growth habit attract small birds
Cotoneaster

Cotoneaster 'Willowleaf'

This low growing cotoneaster is an evergreen groundcover and will quickly fill hillsides and open areas with its deep, green shiny leaves. In early autumn, brilliant red berries sparkle among the foliage remaining throughout the winter. It is a great groundcover for sloped sites or those hard to mow areas. Because it is a fast grower, it needs plenty of room to spread.
Crabapple, Flowering

Crabapple, Flowering

  • Very early spring bloomer
  • Blooms can be white or pink. Some varieties have two colors
  • Long and profuse bloomer. A beautiful spring specimen tree
  • Great for attracting birds in fall when the fruit arrives
Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Arapaho'

  • Upright tree with spreading canopy
  • Beautiful exfoliating bark
  • Brilliant fall color
  • Makes an attractive property barrier
Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Biloxi'

  • Multi-stemmed, vase shaped shrub that can be pruned into a tree
  • Salt tolerant
  • Orange-red fall color

 

Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Burgundy Cotton'

  • Best known for its burgundy colored new foliage
  • Showy white blooms in mid-summer
  • Good accent tree for along driveways and roads
Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Catawba'

  • Profuse blooms from mid-summer into fall
  • Long lasting, medium-purple clusters of flowers
  • Good street tree that casts a good amount of shade
  • Exfoliating bark adds interest
Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Delta Jazz'

  • Brilliant pink blooms with burgundy foliage
  • Beautiful accent tree for a smaller area of the landscape
  • Deer resistant
Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Geronimo'

Geronimo is a more cold hardy variety of crape myrtle with its beautiful red flowers and interesting peeling bark. Can be grownn as a small tree or large shrub. Beautiful when mass planted. Heat and drought tolerant.

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