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Want to plant some trees or shrubs in your yard, but not sure if they will look good or do well in your area? Take a look at our list of landscape plants, complete with pictures and growing information to help you decide!



Click on each Tree or Shrub Name for more details

 

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Abelia - Glossy

(Abelia grandiflora)
XX 
Apricot - Flowering 'Peggy Clarke'

(Prunus mume 'Peggy Clarke')
XX 
Aucuba

(Aucuba japonica)
 XX
Bamboo - Temple, Red Fastuosa

(Semiarundinaria fastuosa)
XX 
Birch - European White

(Betula pendula)
XX 
Camellia - Yuletide

(Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide')
XX 
Clematis - Sweet Autumn

(Clematis terniflora)
XX 
Clivia - Kaffir Lily

(Clivia miniata)
 XX
Crabapple - Japanese Flowering

(Malus floribunda)
XX 
Holly - Burford

(Ilex cornuta 'Burfordii')
XX 
Hydrangea - Shooting Star

(Hydrangea macrophylla 'Shooting Star' also known as 'Hanabi')
XX 
Japanese Blood Grass

(Imperata cylindrica "Red Baron')
XX 
Lilac - Krasavitsa Moskvy

(Syringa vulgaris 'Krasavitsa Moskvy')
XX 
Lion's Tail

(Leonotis leonurus)
X  
Magnolia - Star 'Centennial'

(Magnolia stellata 'Centennial')
XX 
Maple - Japanese

(Acer palmatum)
XX 
Maple - Sugar

(Acer saccharum)
XX 
Orchid Tree

(Bauhinia variegata)
X  
Rose - Lady Banks'

(Rosa banksiae)
XX 
Strawberry Tree

(Arbutus unedo)
XX 
Summersweet

(Clethra alnifolia)
 X 


More landscape plants added regularly, check back often!

 




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Plant Dwarf Varities

If you love fruit tress like apples, peaches, pears and plums, but don't have the room, plant a dwarf variety.

Most grow from 3 feet to 8 feet. They product tons of fruit and are easier to harvest because they are low to the ground.


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