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Lamb

Lamb's Ear

  • Pretty velvet-like, silver/blue foilage
  • Good groundcover. Will naturalize
  • Deer and rabbit resistant

 

Laurel Skip

Laurel Skip

  • Makes a nice evergreen privacy hedge
  • Drought tolerant once established
  • Can take sun, shade, wind and salt spray
Lavender

Lavender

  • Highly fragrant flowers. The French variety, 'provence' is commercially grown for the perfume industry.The English varieties, munstead and hidcote are more popular in residential gardens.
  • Use as a small hedge in a scented garden
  • Tolerates poor soil and is drought, deer and rabbit resistant
Leucothoe

Leucothoe 'Rainbow'

  • Striking red stems with colorful spotted leaves
  • Effective as a hedge, or clip to make a nice evergreen groundcover
  • Unique color to mix in with green foundation planting
  • White grape-like flowers in late May to June
  • Deer resistant
Leucothoe axillaris

Leucothoe axillaris 'Coast'

A slow growing weeping evergreen shrub. Clusters of white flowers appear in late spring to early summer. Foliage turns purplish-bronze in winter. Great for foundation plantings or as an underplanting for larger shrubs.  Coast leucothoe is native to Eastern United States.

Lilac

Lilac 'Miss Kim'

This lilac with wonderful fragrance, lavender colored flowers, and good fall color should be planted where it can be enjoyed three seasons of the year. The smaller-than-usual growth of this shrub makes it easy to place in the front of a border, or use as a low hedge along the drive or sidewalk.

Lilac

Lilac 'Sensation'

Large lilac bush with beautiful, fragrant purple flowers edged in white. The flowers bloom late spring. Excellent choice anywhere in the landscape that the beauty and fragrance of this lilac can be enjoyed.

Lilac Bloomerang

Lilac Bloomerang 'Dark Purple'

The 'Bloomerang' lilacs are wonderful in that they bloom twice a year. Once in the spring, then again in mid-summer to fall. The dark purple color will add beauty and frangrance to your landscape, or in a container on the patio.

Liriope, Big Blue

Liriope, Big Blue

  • Abundant blue flower spikes rise above the attractive blue-green grass like foliage followed by clusters of black berries.
  • Superior edging, border or ground cover.
Liriope, Variegated

Liriope, Variegated

  • Colorful groundcover
  • Great for in front of shrub borders
  • Nice addition to a mixed perennial bed
Little Zebra

Little Zebra

  • Prefers moist soils in full sun
  • Heat and humidity tolerant
  • Versatile dwarf ornamental grass used as a specimen or massed in groupings
Lobelia

Lobelia

  • Tolerates wet soil
  • Great for a rain garden or near ponds and streams
  • Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies

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