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Gardenia Augusta Varigata Gardenia jasminoides 'Fragrant Pathway' Gardenia jasminoides 'Frost Proof'
Gardenia Augusta Varigata
Our Price: $50.00
(Zone 7-9)- This ground cover form Gardenia has great vigor! Unlike 'Radicans', this variety seems to not have root rot issues, and grows very well.  The narrow leaves provide an interesting texture. The low mounded growth is under 2' tall by 3-4' wide (maybe larger in time). The fragrant flowers are creamy white and fully double. The finely grown specimen at the JCRA is sited in light shade with no irrigation. Given its small stature this could be planted as a low ground cover in the garden, or as a trailing element in a patio container. [2'T X 5'W] (zone 6a-10)- Considered one of the hardiest varieties, 'Frost proof' has long, slender glossy green leaves. The semi-double fragrant white flowers are abundant in early summer, and can re-bloom through-out the summer. Very well drained soil and sun to part shade are best. [4'T X 4'W] photo credit:  A Charlotte Garden
Gardenia Jasminoides 'Frostproof' Gardenia jasminoides 'Lynn Lowrey' Ginkgo biloba, Maidenhair Tree
Prolific "must have" bloomer,very,very fragrant, upright in form with beautiful green foliage.
Grows to about 3 tall
Hardy zone 7-11
(Zone 7-11)- This broad leaf evergreen has single white flowers that bloom seasonally in the summer. Best grown in part shade, with moist, well drained soil. Harsh winter wind can burn the evergreen leaves, so we recommend planting in a protected area. [3'T x 3'W]

Price is for a plant in a 2 quart pot.
(zone 4-9)- These seedlings are grown from a beautiful specimen at the Coker Arboretum in Chapel Hill, NC. They can also be used as rootstock for grafting other varieties.  This primitive plant has interesting fan shaped leaves that are 2 lobed. They turn a lovely butter yellow in fall and often fall all at once. Grow in full to part sun with moist, well-drained soil. This is a relatively slow growing tree but can become immense with time. [50'T X 40'W]
Halesia tetraptera,  Carolina Silverbell Helwingia chinensis Hydrangea paniculata 'Dharuma'
Helwingia chinensis
Our Price: $35.00
(zone 5-9)- The "Carolina Silverbell" is a southeast US native. This medium sized deciduous tree has lovely white bell-shaped flowers in spring which dangle in bunches. Interesting 4-winged, oblong fruits will persist through winter. Grow in full sun to part shade with moist, well-drained soil. [40T X 30W] (zone 7B-9)-  This rare and unusual evergreen shrub is a colorful addition to the woodland garden.  The foliage is dark green foliage with burgundy undersides and new growth.  What makes this plant so unique is the odd arrangement of its flowers.  In spring, small white bubbles form on the leaf centers, opening to pale yellow.  It is a must see oddity!  It grows best in morning sun, to part shade with well-drained soil with regular summer water. Extra winter protection may be needed with sustained cold.  [6T X 5W] 1 gallon pot.
A stunning Japanese selection noted for its dwarf, compact habit and early flowering.  In early summer, 4-5" flower panicles appear on sturdy stems of leathery, dark green leaves. Flowers appear several weeks earlier than other peegee hydrangeas and age to pale-pink as the season progresses.  This plant holds on to dried flowers and provides nice winter interest.

Zone: 4
Mature Size: [4' X 3']
Idesia polycarpa Ilex crenata 'Dwarf Pagoda', Japanese Holly Ilex crenata 'Sky Pencil', Japanese Holly
Idesia polycarpa
Our Price: $20.00
3 quart pot.
This tree of medium size produces large pendulous clusters of persistent red berries. This species is the most spectacular berry-producing tree in our garden. This is a rapid grower with large leaves and light colored bark. Usually a male and female plants are needed for berry production and these are unsexed seedlings.

Zone 6A
[50'T x 25'W]
(zone 6-9)- The tiny rounded leaves are held on irregular branches with extremely short inter-nodes. This creates an upright and artistic form which rivals dwarf conifers for year-round interest. This is a female clone but it rarely produces black fruits and it can grow 3 inches a year. Great specimen for the rock garden or container. Grow in full sun to part shade and acidic, well-drained soil. [4'T x 2'W] (zone 6-9)- A unique form of the Japanese holly, 'Sky Pencil' has a naturally narrow and upright growth habit. Commonly used to the landscape to flank an entry, this makes an outstanding container specimen. It can also be planted as a privacy screen in small areas, since it does not grow very wide. Grow in full to part sun and acidic, moist, well-drained soil. Very easy to grow! [10'T x 2'W]
Ilex integra 'Ogon', Gold Nepal Holly Ilex integra 'Ogon', Gold Nepal Holly Ilex integra 'Ogon', Gold Nepal Holly
(zone 7-9)- The "Gold Nepal Holly" is a female form, producing brilliant red berries in fall-winter which contrast well against the golden, spineless foliage. Originally from Japan, this upright holly can reach 15' tall by 8' wide. Plant in full-part sun for best foliage coloration, with well drained, moist, acidic soil. This is a wonderful specimen to add to a shrub border or to use for screening. Plant a male specimen near by for required pollination, and prune in late winter-early spring, before flowering, to ensure berry set. [15'T x 8'W]

Price is for a plant in a 3 quart pot.
(zone 7-9)- The "Gold Nepal Holly" is a female form, producing brilliant red berries in fall-winter which contrast well against the golden, spineless foliage. Originally from Japan, this upright holly can reach 15' tall by 8' wide. Plant in full-part sun for best foliage coloration, with well drained, moist, acidic soil. This is a wonderful specimen to add to a shrub border or to use for screening. Plant a male specimen near by for required pollination, and prune in late winter-early spring, before flowering, to ensure berry set. [15'T x 8'W]

Price is for a plant in a 4 quart pot.
(zone 7-9)- The "Gold Nepal Holly" is a female form, producing brilliant red berries in fall-winter which contrast well against the golden, spineless foliage. Originally from Japan, this upright holly can reach 15' tall by 8' wide. Plant in full-part sun for best foliage coloration, with well drained, moist, acidic soil. This is a wonderful specimen to add to a shrub border or to use for screening. Plant a male specimen near by for required pollination, and prune in late winter-early spring, before flowering, to ensure berry set. [15'T x 8'W]

Price is for a plant in a 6 quart pot.
Ilex opaca 'Maryland Dwarf' Ilex opaca 'Maryland Dwarf' Ilex pedunculosa 'Stevens' Male
(zone 5-9) Commonly known as "American Holly," this broad leaf evergreen produces greenish white blooms in late spring. It prefers full sun to part shade and moist, well drained soil. [3' H x 10' W]
(zone 5-9) Commonly known as "American Holly," this broad leaf evergreen produces greenish white blooms in late spring. It prefers full sun to part shade and moist, well drained soil. [3' H x 10' W]

(zone 5-9)- This is a male clone with an improved form over the species. The growth is dense and pyramidal, with no pruning. These are rooted cuttings from a 10' x 5' specimen at the Cox Arboretum, Canton, GA. You need to have a male and female clone to get berry set. Best grown in part to full shade with acidic, well-drained soil. [15'T X 10'W]

Plant is in a 6 quart pot.

Ilex X 'Whoa Nellie' Ilex X 'Whoa Nellie' Ilex x attenuata 'Bronze Beauty'
Ilex X 'Whoa Nellie'
Our Price: $20.00
Ilex X 'Whoa Nellie'
Our Price: $30.00

(zone 6-9)- A golden sport of Ilex 'Nellie R. Stevens', shared by Dr. Dirr and named by Tony Avent of Plant Delights Nursery. The new growth is bright gold which is contrasted by dark green inner foliage. It will produce an incredibly showy crop of bright red berries in fall and winter if planted near a male pollinator. This is a fantastic specimen as a single pop of color, or as a screen hedge to stop traffic! Full sun and evenly moist soil will result in best color and growth habit. [15T x10W]

(zone 6-9)- A golden sport of Ilex 'Nellie R. Stevens', shared by Dr. Dirr and named by Tony Avent of Plant Delights Nursery. The new growth is bright gold which is contrasted by dark green inner foliage. It will produce an incredibly showy crop of bright red berries in fall and winter if planted near a male pollinator. This is a fantastic specimen as a single pop of color, or as a screen hedge to stop traffic! Full sun and evenly moist soil will result in best color and growth habit. [15T x10W]

Price is for a plant in a 6 quart pot.

This holly is similar to Foster Holly but with bronze colored new growth. It is female with red berries. Probably reaching 20 to 25 feet tall.

Price is for a plant in a 3 quart pot.
Ilex x attenuata 'Bronze Beauty' Illicium floridanum 'Southern Star' Illicium henryii
Illicium henryii
Our Price: $35.00
This holly is similar to Foster Holly but with bronze colored new growth. It is female with red berries. Probably reaching 20 to 25 feet tall.

Price is for a plant in a 4 quart pot.
This Chinese Illicium makes a handsome large shrub up to 12 feet tall and 10 feet wide. It prefers light shade. The aromatic leaves deter deer. It has small pink flowers in the spring.

Price is for a plant in a 6 quart pot.
Illicium lanceolutum Illicium lanceolutum Illicium mexicanum
Illicium lanceolutum
Our Price: $30.00
Illicium lanceolutum
Our Price: $35.00
Illicium mexicanum
Our Price: $35.00
(Zone 7-9) Commonly known as "Chinese Anise," this hardy woody shrub had a compact mound form and produces pinkish orange blooms in the spring. It prefers well drained, moist soil and part sun to shade. [10'T x 10'W]

Price is for a plant in a 4 quart pot.
(Zone 7-9) Commonly known as "Chinese Anise," this hardy woody shrub had a compact mound form and produces pinkish orange blooms in the spring. It prefers well drained, moist soil and part sun to shade. [10'T x 10'W]

Price is for a plant in a 6 quart pot.

'Aztec Fire'

The Mexican Illicium is a close relative of the southeastern native Illicium floridanum. Their glossy leaves are more pointed, and the beautiful red flower is a little larger and contiues to bloom through summer.

Illicium mexicanum need partial shade and a rich well drained soil.

Zone 7-9


Price is for a plant in a 6 quart pot.

Illicium mexicanum Illicium parviflorum 'Florida Sunshine' Illicium parviflorum 'Forest.Green'
Illicium mexicanum
Our Price: $20.00
(zone 7-9)- The brilliant chartreuse-yellow leaves distinguish this small leaf anise from all others. Introduced by Tony Avent, of Plant Delights Nursery. In the autumn the stems turn red and make a great contrast to the golden foliage. It is a vigorous specimen, growing into a dense shrub form. Winter shade/ protection is recommended to reduce leaf burn, and moist, well-drained soils result in fastest growth habit. This plant looks great year round, but is especially glows on a gray winter day! [5'T X 5'W] (Zones 7-10) Commonly known as "Yellow Anise," is a native to Florida. It is an upright, rounded shrub or a small tree that produces yellow-green flowers in the late spring. [10-15' T x 6-10' W]

Price is for a plant in a 6 quart pot.