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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
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 '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 'Hopi'

  • Clusters of pink blossoms in mid-summer
  • Semi-dwarf tree with attractive peeling bark
  • Nice specimen or accent
  • Brilliant fall color sets the landscape ablaze
Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Muskogee'

  • Blooms lavander flowers in summer
  • Interersting exfoliating bark
  • Excellent, large lawn tree providing some shade
Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Natchez'

Large, deciduous shrub or small tree with smooth, cinnamon-brown exfoliating bark. Pure white flowers bloom all summer. Glossy, dark green leaves turn a vibrant orange-red in the fall.  Excellent as a specimen, accent or group planting.

Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Pink Velour'

Deep wine colored leaves emerge in spring then age to dark purplish-green, providing a striking contrast to vibrant pink summer flowers. Its compact, multi-stemmed form is ideal for use as an accent shrub or small tree. Deciduous.

Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Pocomoke'

A dwarf-sized crape myrtle shrub displaying dark pink flowers all summer. The dark green summer foliage turns a beautiful bronze-red in the fall. Works great as an accent plant in a smaller garden. This variety is more cold hardy than some of the other crape myrtles.

Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Red Rocket'

Clusters of ruby red flowers nearly cover this multi-stemmed shrub/tree all summer long. The dark green foliage turns rich bronze-red in fall for great cool season interest. A stunning specimen for your front yard or mass plant for beautiful late season color. Deciduous.

Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Rhapsody in Pink'

Leaves emerge bronze color and then fade to green with pretty pale pink flower clusters as summer arrives. This variety works well as a street planting or as a lawn specimen. Hardier than some other crape myrtle varieties..Zone 6. Excellent fall color

Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Sarah's Favorite'

  • Beautiful clusters of white flowers in the summer. Very showy when planted along driveways
  • Excellent as a specimen tree
  • One of the most cold hardy of the crape myrtles. Zone 6 - 9
  • Beautiful fall color and rich cinnimon-colored bark
Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Tonto'

A semi-dwarf crape myrtle displaying fuschia-red flowers in the summer. Beautiful orange-red color in the fall and colorful peeling bark in the winter provides year-round interest.  Excellent choice for a landscape specimen

Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Tuscarora'

  • Profuse, coral-pink flowers in summer
  • Beautiful orange-red foliage in fall
  • Use as accent, specimen, or street tree
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