Mexican-orange (Choisya ternata)

Mexican-orange is a dense evergreen shrub. Mature height may range from 6-8’ high and just as wide. Not only are the white 1-1.25” flowers fragrant but the green foliage has a distinctive odor. Flowering from May to June and will occasionally bloom for longer periods....

Coast Leucothoe (Leucothoe axillaris)

Native to the United States from Virginia to Florida and west to Mississippi. This rather flowing evergreen shrub performs rather well in the shade and is hardy in zones 5-8. Growing 2-4’ high and 4-6’ wide. Its arching branches and spreading habit make this a great...

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...