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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
Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Twilight'

Deep purple flowering crape myrtle with attractive bark and pretty fall color.  Moderate sized, multi-trunked tree makes an excellent border tree along a property line. Once established, is drought tolerant.

Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Victor'

  • Deep red flowers bloom in Summer
  • Great Fall color
  • Exfoliating bark gives winter interest to your landscape
Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'White Chocolate'

White Chocolate Crape Myrtle has maroon-colored new leaves becoming bronzy-green as they mature, providing a beautiful contrast to the clusters of small, pure white flowers in summer. Fall leaves are a mixture of orange and yellow. Makes a beautiful landscape specimen. Deciduous.

Crape Myrtle

Crape Myrtle 'Zuni'

  • Hardier then most crape myrtles
  • Excellent fall color
  • Beautiful, medium-lavender flowers attract butterflies

Cryptomeria 'Black Dragon'

This slow growing Cryptomeria has light green spring growth. Matures to deep, dark green in summer and forms a dense, irregular pyramid. An interesting specimen in most any style landscape including Asian and formal English gardens. Evergreen.

Cryptomeria, Yoshino

Cryptomeria, Yoshino

  • Pyramidal growing habit
  • Nice graceful specimen tree to stand alone in your landscape
  • Blue-green foliage that turns bronzy-purple in winter

Cypress 'Blue Ice'

This beautiful evergreen has silver-blue foliage all year round. Thrives in hot, dry climates. Makes a wonderful specimen tree, sound buffer, or large hedge.



Cypress 'Blue Italian'

Beautiful blue color. Often used as a privacy fence. Ideal specimen for a narrow space in your landscape.


Cypress 'Carolina Sapphire'

  • Evergreen with bluish-green foliage
  • Good accent for color and interest
  • Foliage is open and airy
  • Full sun for best blue color

Cypress 'Confucious' Golden Hinoki

  • Dark green and bright yellow somewhat varigated foliage
  • Very slow upright grower
  • Great focal tree when color needed

Cypress 'Filicoides'

  • Dense, fern-like, moss green foliage
  • Graceful pyramidal habit
  • Excellent in large planters or as an entryway accent
  • Deer resistant

Cypress 'Leyland'

Leyland Cypress are the most popular privacy tree in the U.S. They grow very fast and thicken to create a solid wall. It's feathery texture is soft to the touch. Stays green all year-round, giving you complete privacy. Grows rapidly... up to 3-5 ft. per year! Easily pruned to your desired height and shape. Adaptable to a variety of soils and conditions, even sandy and clay. Space your Leylands 6 ft. apart for a privacy hedge or further apart for a spacious property border.

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