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This is a search-able list of plants that we grow or may have available at the garden center. This list is not a list of what we currently have in stock as it changes daily. Please call the garden center or send an email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get a quote.

Cherry Laurel

Cherry Laurel 'Otto Luyken'

  • Compact evergreen shrub producing fragrant white flower spikes, mid spring
  • Dark- green, lush foliage
  • Nice hedge or foundation plant

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 '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 '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.

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 '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.
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.


Cryptomeria 'Birodo'

Slow growing evergreen with a tight, mounded growing habit that needs no shearing to keep its shape. The green foliage turns a bronze-purple in the winter. An excellent addition to raised garden beds. Deer resistant.

Cryptomeria 'Globe'

A superb selection that retains a neat, dense mound with little care. Enjoy as a single specimen or group as a small hedge or shrub border. The fine-textured foliage becomes rusty red in winter. Evergreen.

Cryptomeria 'Little Champion'

  • Nice small evergreen shrub perfect for an Asian garden or for use in a smaller landscape
  • Fine textured, green foliage will turn rusty-red in winter

Cypress ' Compacta ' Hinoki

  • Semi-dwarf with the look of a mature specimen
  • Foliage is rich and dark
  • Makes an excellent accent or specimen plant in a shaded area
  • Perfect choice for areas where other Hinokis would be too large

Cypress 'Cream Ball'

  • Dwarf round bush with green foliage and tips of soft creamy white
  • Very slow grower
  • Sun loving
  • Ideal for rock and Zen gardens

Cypress 'Nana Lutea'

This dwarf evergreen conifer features golden, fan-like foliage that almost glows. Its unique, irregular growth habit works well in rock gardens, small shrub beds and borders

Cypress 'Serbian Carpet'

  • Flat sprays of green, arborvitae-like needles that turn bronzy-purple in winter
  • Excellent ground cover
  • Grows well in light shade

Cypress 'Verdoni'

  • Very slow grower
  • Excellent golden color
  • Great as a specimen in a rock garden or as a smaller focal point
  • Makes a great container shrub

Cypress 'Vintage Gold'

  • Neat compact evergreen shrub with a mounding growth habit
  • Beautiful,golden foliage
  • This compact shrub brings a colorful year-round presence to front beds and borders
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