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Japanese Maple

Japanese Maple 'Bloodgood'

  • Grafted for true red leaves
  • Outstanding red color in spring, summer and fall
  • Great as a specimen tree
  • Slow Grower
Japanese Maple Assorted

Japanese Maple Assorted

The Japanese Maple is an elegant deciduous tree that makes a great feature in a landscape garden. Most have nice autumn colors and some have ornamental colored trunks. Japanese Maples are a lovely small tree used as an accent tree, specimen tree, or gentle shade tree.
Japanese Maple, Weeping Cut-Leaf

Japanese Maple, Weeping Cut-Leaf

  • Finely cut leaves
  • Brilliant red color in spring, summer and fall
  • Slow growing umbrella shaped habit
  • Superb specimen for the corner of a house
Japanese Silver

Japanese Silver 'Stardust'

  • Attractive variegated green and creamy white foliage
  • Burgundy plumes in the late summer/early fall
  • Plumes look nice in dried arrangements
Japanese Snowbell

Japanese Snowbell 'Emerald Pagoda'

This medium-sized tree has a nice rounded canopy featuring  fragrant white flowers in late spring. Slow growing to 20 to 25 feet at maturity. This selection is considered by some to be the most distinctive and striking of the Japanese Snowbells.

Jasmine

Jasmine 'Carolina'

  • Bright green stems make an attracive showing in the winter landscape
  • This vining shrub is great for covering steep slopes or spilling over a fence or wall
  • Unsupported, it will grow 4 feet tall and 7 feet wide; will climb to 15 feet on a trellis
Jasmine

Jasmine 'Orange Peel'

A beautiful bouquet of pure orange colored blossoms that, in warmer climates, last from early spring through first frost. The tubular flowers offer a sweet scent upon sunset. This low maintenance, deer resistant shrub thrives in the heat. Attractive in mixed borders, butterfly gardens or espaliered on a sunny wall. Also suitable for growing indoors.
Joe Pye Weed

Joe Pye Weed 'Little Joe'

This little known dwarf species of the taller Joe Pye is native in moist soils from Maine south to South Carolina. In appearance, it is similar to Joe Pye, but more tolerant of light shade. The 4' tall stems of green leaves and displaying dome-shaped heads of lavender flowers, in mid-summer. A real find for keeping butterflies at eye level. Prefers moist soil.
Juniper

Juniper ' Golden Carpet'

A dwarf conifer with a low, mat-like form and cream-yellow foliage. This lovely evergreen makes a nice carpet around other upright conifers. Prefers full sun, is a slow grower and is very hardy.

Juniper

Juniper 'All Gold'

The mat of soft golden foliage of this wonderful groundcover will reach 1 - 2 Feet tall and 4 - 6 Feet wide. It is also used frequently in container designs, where it drapes nicely over the edge of the pot. It’s attractive, hold its color, even in the hot sun, deer resistant and drought tolerant.
Juniper

Juniper 'Blue Arrow'

Good container plant for either side of a door front or walkway. Its columnar form makes a nice privacy fence. Great as a windbreak.

Juniper

Juniper 'Blue Pacific'

  • Low spreading habit makes a great groundcover, or let it drape off retaining walls
  • Dense blue-green foliage is best when left unsheared
  • Thrives in seacoast conditions. Is deer resistant and heat tolerant
Juniper

Juniper 'Blue Point'

A favorite for a stately lawn specimen or as a medium-sized privacy screen. Densely branched, broad, pyramidal form and blue-green foliage makes this a wonderful formal accent in entrances, especially when topiaried.

Juniper

Juniper 'Blue Rug'

One of the finest trailing junipers. Has a uniform, full centered growth habit with silver-blue, evergreen foliage. Excellent as a groundcover. Also perfect for cascading over walls.
Juniper

Juniper 'Blue Star'

Attractive blue foliage on dense, spreading branches. Creates a colorful contrast to purple and green foliage plants. Use in a rock garden or as a low border plant. Evergreen.
Juniper

Juniper 'Daubs Frosted'

A good specimen in mass plantings or as a groundcover for hot, dry areas of the landscape. The golden-yellow tips make a striking contrast with the blue-green mature foliage.

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