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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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Keep Seedlings Moist

When you have just planted seeds, keep the soil moist until germination.

If the soil dries out, the seeds will die.

After germination, allow the soil to dry out a bit between waterings, but keep a close eye on the seedlings until they are well established.


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