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Eagleston holly is a beautiful privacy hedge or a solitary specimen. The tree has a dense canopy and requires very little care. During the cooler months, it produces bright red round berries.
Xanadu with its unique leaf texture will surely add a new look to any tropical design.
Want to make a statement at your home? Install these Sylvester palms around a pool or in front yard.
These Katrina Iris produce stunning white blooms with shades of yellow and blue. They can also withstand wet conditions.
Spaghetti Strap Agave with English Ivy.
Make sure to use a large enough pot to allow proper growth.
Our goal is to provide plants for your landscape that are hardy and easy to maintain.
A popular upright, pyramidal, evergreen holly. Features medium green leaves and . tight growth habit makes it a great screen or privacy hedge.
Graceful and elegant, Japanese maples are excellent addition to most gardens. Essentially carefree once established, they offer year-round interest with their ever-changing leaves from red to pink. Great for landscape, patio, or courtyard. They can grow in large pots.
This plant is native to Brazil and commonly known as princess flower or purple glory bush. It produces purple flowers from May until fall. It likes full sun and regular watering. Princess flower is great addition to any landscape.
Live Oak tree is the iconic tree of the south. It has been called one the most impressive American trees. This tree is a tough specimen that can live for hundreds of years if planted and cared for. It provides great shade and will tolerate a wide range of soil conditions. Make sure it is planted in an area that will allow it to grow to its potential.
Attractive, deep blue flower clusters on stalks, it has evergreen foliage and is very effective in groups to create a lush tropical effect. Does well in partial sun and blooms from late spring into the summer. Water regularly or more often in extreme heat or containers.
Looking for a dwarf, easy care evergreen shrubs that flowers and provides year long color? Its foliage changes with the seasons, from golden yellow in spring to orange-red in fall. It also attracts birds and butterflies.
A unique, compact form with dense foliage. Maintains a narrow, columnar form and tidy, well groomed appearance without pruning. Makes an excellent choice for any formal landscape.
Brilliant red blooms with yellow stamens makes an elegant statement in the winter garden. The glossy, dark green foliage creates a great foundation shrub. Evergreen and prefers filtered sun.
This dwarf species was developed in New Zealand. This shrub is hardy and disease resistant, and specifically known for its lime green leaves and red color that shows in the fall. This shrub needs minimal care and is very compact.
This unusual plant adds texture to contrast in beds. Long, upright plume-like stems hold soft. needle like leaves. An excellent choice for any landscape or even containers. Prefers partial shade and regular watering.
A dwarf version of southern Magnolia with smaller dark green foliage. A very compact narrow form growth habit. Very attractive, white, fragrant blooms. A naturally small tree or large shrub for small gardens. Looks stunning against a wall or fence.
Leafy, arching stems create a lush, tropical effect with striped yellow and green foliage. Large, drooping clusters of white and pink shell like flowers are fragrant. Grows to 7' tall and 4' wide. Prefers partial sun and regular watering.
Encore Azaleas are the world's best selling re-blooming azalea with rich, colorful blooms in spring, summer and fall. Encore Azaleas have 31 varieties to choose from. They are evergreen and prefer partial sun with adequate watering.
Boxwood plants are dense, evergreen shrubs often planted in elegant and formal landscapes. Growing Boxwoods in your home landscape allows you to create a formal hedge. Boxwoods may also be planted as focal points or foundation plantings.
Loropetalum, an evergreen shrub of Chinese origin, can add a vivid pop of color alongside traditional green plants.
Caladiums are ideal border plants and stunning when planted in a random mix in beds. Caladiums thrive in partial sun and shade, some varieties are more sun tolerant and can be planted in full sun.
Angelonia is a spectacular addition for any garden. A tough perennial, Angelonia stands up against summer's heat and humidity with no problem. Prefers full sun and drought tolerant.
Pentas bloom all summer long, even during the hottest weather conditions. The large clusters of star blooms come in various colors. Best of all they attract butterflies and hummingbirds. This plant grows well in both containers and in the ground.
Want blooms all summer for next to no work? Try Lantana. Flowering from spring to fall, these plants laugh at the heat and drought. They have tiny flowers in tight clusters and come in a wide range of colors.
One of greatest plants for pots. Whether on your porch or inside your home in the living room this desert plant plant adapts to all environments. It also regulates humidity in your home as well as converts poison substances into oxygen.
The deep blue flowers run up and down flower spikes that are about 8" long. The foliage is also pretty, being grayish-green. This plant can bloom all summer long. They like full sun and well drained soil.
A real breakthrough in the world of Zinnias. This variety of Zinnia is disease resistant, drought, and heat tolerant. Best of all, it is easy to maintain with no dead heading. They bloom from early summer to fall. Butterflies love hanging around these also.
This plant loves filtered sunlight and provides superb color throughout the hottest months of the year. It also does well in planters. Comes in several different colors.
This plant has an interesting leaf. It really goes well with other plants as a background plant. Care for this plant is minimal once established. Can be trimmed lower to maintain height.
Durable and versatile ornamental grass has pink cloud like blooms. It is drought resistant and looks good when planted in masses. Its leaf texture is sure to enhance the looks of your gardens.
Yews are a popular and versatile evergreen shrub. They make a good foundation or accent plant. Its dark green leaves make a good background for colorful shrubs and perennials. They grow in full sun to shady locations.
Looking for a vine to grow on your fence or just want to hide something? Confederate jasmine is just the right plant. This plant has green glossy leaves with white flowers and is very fragrant.
Clusters of scarlet red flowers that resemble firecrackers provide reliable color from spring through fall. Great for training on your trellis or spilling out of a container. Grows well in part shade to full sun.
Compact grower is one the most popular Hollies. This shrub makes a great back ground specimen planted in a row to create a clean line. Handles all weather conditions, and a very hassle free plant.
This evergreen also makes a great hedge, and offers year around golden foliage. Thrives in full sun. Really makes a good background plant to your green shrubs.
Visually stunning to look at, this evergreen plant has bright red spikes of color. Drought tolerant and attracts butterflies.
If you're looking for a ground cover that's durable and spreads quickly, look no further than Asian Jasmine. Its robust growth and simple planting requirements make it suitable for adding constant greenery to areas where other plants might not thrive or provide adequate coverage.
These Boxwood Globes provide a formal focal point in the garden or in large containers. They"ll hold their color all year, and there dense foliage makes it easy to maintain shape with light pruning.
This plant grows as an evergreen shrub and makes an excellent foundation plant or tropical plant around a pool. It is beautiful when planted over a stone or retaining wall, allowing its branches to cascade over. Will bloom most of the year in full sun and easy to grow.
Rosemary is one of those plants that make you want a glass of wine while enjoying the aroma. It is easy to grow and thrives in containers. Rosemary is a low maintenance herb and pest free. Also makes a great addition to a rock garden.
These Whoppers produce huge clusters of big red blooms for a spectacular show that can last all summer. Plant Whoppers in containers or use as a background plant with smaller annuals in front. No matter how you use it you will love how easy it is to grow.
Blue Dart features attractive blue to blue -green foliage. This fine leaf textured plant will make a great addition to any garden. Grown in moist to wet soils and in full sun. This plant will also handle cold winters.
Robolinni palms can grow in a variety of locations. This slow growing palm reaches a height of about 8' tall making it perfect for small tropical gardens. This palm can tolerate cold down to 15F. Comes with 1 to 3 trunks.
The Split leaf plant is known for its tropical oversized leafs. Makes a great background plant around pools. Put it behind your waterfall for a beautiful cascading effect.
Bird of paradise is also known as crane flowers, is one of the most exotic plants in tropical landscapes. This native of south Africa gets its name from unusual flowers, which resemble birds in flight. This evergreen plant reaches a height of 4-5' tall and 2-3' spread. Requires full sun, but will tolerate lightly shaded areas.
This plant has a profusion of hot pink blooms with dark green leaves. Flowers are perfect for cutting. Use as a colorful low hedge. Blooms December thru January. It is one our best evergreen shrubs.
This dwarf variety creates a lush groundcover of dense, dark green, grass like clumps. Excellent as an edging plant or planted between stepping stones or rocks. It grows in shady areas and is evergreen.
Vigorous growing, dense branches cling firmly to any surface. A great choice for climbing walls, pillars, arbors and fences. Can grow in part to full sun.
Indian hawthorne is a great shrub for sunny locations. It's easy to care for because it keeps a neat, rounded shape without too much pruning. This shrub looks great year around and displays clusters of white flowers.
One of the most popular bedding plants. These annuals provide mountains of color to gardens and containers. Best planted in fall and early spring. They come in a wide range of colors and like to be planted in full sun.
This great annual adds plenty of color to your garden in late fall and winter when weather gets cooler. It can handle freezing weather with no problem. Also comes in many different colors. Plant them in sun or part shade.
Growing snapdragons in the flower bed provide cool season and a mid sized plant to balance tall background plants. They do well in a sunny location and prefer some clipping to encourage more flowering.
A real winner. The abundant white blooms make this plant easy to use in garden designs - they can truely go with everything. They work best at the front edge of gardens or even cascading over the edges of pots. Comes in purple and pink also, but white really stands out. Plant in sunny location fall thru winter.
This kale grows like their close relatives of edible cabbages and kale. Although they are edible, they aren't as tasty. They are bred for looks, not flavor. Make a great contrast to more traditional annuals in your winter garden. Likes sun and cool temps.
The National Gardening Bureau picked violas as their plant of the year. Also known as Johnny Jump Ups, these annuals are easy to care for and do best in sunny locations planted fall thru winter. They come in many colors and are not tall. We have seen each plant have as many as 20 blooms per plant once fully grown.