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Magnolia

Magnolia 'Little Gem'

Although this variety is considered dwarf, it will reach about 25 feet at maturity. Perfect for a smaller landscape, townhouse or condominium. Can tolerate wet areas. Also makes a great evergreen privacy screen.
Magnolia

Magnolia 'Royal Star'

  • Early bloomer with large, fragrant, double white flowers appearing before the foliage emerges in spring.
  • Open-branched, multi-trunked large shrub or small tree
  • Excellent choice for moonlight and all-white gardens
  • Perfect choice for courtyards, townhouse, and condominium gardens
Magnolia

Magnolia 'Sweetbay'

  • Fragrant white flowers
  • Excellent specimen tree
  • Can tolerate wet soil so good for a rain garden
  • Native to Eastern United States. Deciduous
Mahonia

Mahonia 'Soft Caress'

  • Bamboo like foliage adds interest to any shade garden
  • Bright yellow flowers in early winter
  • This evergren is perfect for an Asian garden
  • Also does well in a container
Mahonia

Mahonia 'Winter Sun'

A striking winter flowering shrub with dark evergreen foliage. Bronze new growth contrasts nicely with the mature dark green foliage. Flowers are bright yellow and slightly fragrant. Eggshell blue fruits are quite attractive in early spring. Dramatic focal point in the winter garden. Makes a unique looking foundation plant.

Maiden

Maiden 'Adagio'

  • Profuse bronzy-pink plumes in late summer
  • Excellent fall color
  • Dwarf size is great for containers
Maiden

Maiden 'Gracillimus'

  • Narrow green leaves with plumes that are tassle-like
  • Plumes coppery-red in the fall
  • This clumping ornamental grass attracts birds and is deer resistant
Maiden

Maiden 'Graziella'

  • Slender green foliage on clumps with large white plumes in late summer
  • Foliage turns orange-red in the fall
  • Use as a vertical accent, in mass plantings, or as a hedge
Maple, October Glory

Maple, October Glory

  • Red flowers in early Spring
  • Excellent shade tree
  • Brilliant fall color of yellow, orange and red
Maple, Red Sunset

Maple, Red Sunset

  • Superb lawn specimen; a real autumn show-off
  • Spectacular fall color of yellows, oranges and reds
  • Excellent shade tree
Mexican Feather

Mexican Feather

  • A North American Native selection
  • Delicate leaves with airy flower heads that sway with the slighest breeze
  • Will re-seed to naturalize 
  • Good for erosion control

Mimosa 'Summer Chocolate'

This fast growing deciduous tree has a wide canopy with beautifel bronze, fern-like leaves that deepen to a rich chocolate-burgundy color in the summer. Clusters of pink, powderpuff-like flowers appear in late summer, attracting butterflies.

Montauk Daisy

Montauk Daisy

  • Excellent for mid to back of borders
  • Good for cut flowers
  • Attracts butterflies and is drought tolerant

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