Camellia sasanqua

With origins in southern Japan Camellia sasanqua is a great shrub. When compared to the Camellia Japonica this is a smaller growing variety. (6-10’ tall and wide) A densely pyramidal shrub with many uses including a colorful hedge, screen, and border shrub it also...

Crapemyrtle (Lagerstroemia indica)

  This outstanding specimen shrub/small tree has a varied habit and is often grown as a multi-stemmed tree to showcase its great smooth gray exfoliating bark that reveals a varied underbark giving the textured surface a great mottled look. The bark is quite an...

Miss Kim Lilac (Syringa patula ‘Miss Kim’)

Of all the plants that bring memories of childhood for some the lilac is definitely one. Syringa patula ‘Miss Kim’ is a variety of the Manchurian Lilac, native to China and Korea. This hardy (Zone 3) dense variety reaches 6 feet by 6 feet at maturity. The small leaves...

Oakleaf Hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia)

The Oakleaf Hydrangea is a species of hydrangea native to the southeastern United States. The leaves loosely resemble those of the Red Oak tree (Quercus rubra), giving this plant has a distinctive texture. Hardy to Zone 5 this hydrangea is a thinly and irregularly...

Mountian Laurel (Kalmia latifolia)

Kalmia latifolia is a large, slow growing rounded evergreen shrub. Varying in overall mature height this medium textured shrub can reach heights of 10 to 15 feet and even larger. There are a few selected cultivars that maintain a significantly smaller form...

Redvein Enkianthus (Enkianthus campanulatus)

Hardy to Zone 4 this narrow upright growing shrub can reach heights of 10 to 15 feet. (Not as large in cold climates) With medium green leaves,1-3” long and .5-1.25” wide, arranged alternately along its slender stems. The yellow, orange, and red fall color are perhaps...