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Fuchsia
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The fragrant smell and vibrant color of fuchsia is a great addition to any flower garden.  Often referred to as a shrub, fuchsia is actually a plant, and its gorgeous bloom comes in shades of pink, white, and purple. This may be the only bloom that has ever left me speechless. Amazing....

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Snapdragons
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Snapdragons are a beautiful addition to any garden. In addition to a stunning landscape flower, Snapdragons are often found in cut flower...

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Geranium
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Geraniums are extremely popular for containers, hanging baskets, and window boxes, as their vivid, summer-long color mixes beautifully with other annuals. Boasting all shades of pink, red, white, and orange, many geraniums also offer gorgeous foliage that can almost outshine the blooms! These versatile plants come in several forms: Zonal, Fancy leaved, Ivy, Martha Washington or Regal, Scented, and various Dwarf geraniums. There’s a...

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Dogwood Trees – Pink and White
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The flowering dogwood tree is a favorite ornamental among homeowners due to its year round appeal, unique branching structure and modest size. In the early spring, beautiful flowers bloom consisting of four white, pink or red bracts with clusters of small yellow flowers in the center. In fall, leaves and fruit are a stunning bright red/purple. Winter interest includes the presence of large flattened buds...

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Lily of the Valley
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Lily-of-the-Valley is an old-fashioned perennial that looks so delicate with its tiny bell shaped flowers. There is not anything delicate about this hardy shade-lover. Lily-of-the-Valley is a tough-as-nails perennial that will keep going after many others fail to thrive. It is one of the few perennials that can grow in the deep shade of large trees and shrubs. Lily-of-the-Valley also makes a good choice...

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Golden Creeping Jenny
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Golden Creeping Jenny forms a charming low mat of butter-yellow leaves, bearing bright golden-yellow flowers from late spring into the summer. Excellent in pots and tubs, or cascading over walls. Outstanding when used as a foliage accent. Semi-evergreen in milder...

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Otto Luyken Laurels
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Otto Luyken Laurels are one of our favorite shrubs. Lush growing evergreen with showy white flower spikes and small black fruit. Excellent hedge, background or screen. A dwarf form of English...

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Maple Trees
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Maple trees are a great landscaping tree… a fast growing tree that requires minimal attention! Commonly used to line drives or boulevards. Maple Trees quickly mature into a pleasing oval shape, reaching up to 40 ft. Its leaves drop later in the autumn season than other trees, so you have more time to enjoy their show! In the spring, it produces tiny conspicuous red...

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Serpentine Blue Cedar
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The Serpentine Blue Cedar is an evergreen conifer with drooping twisted branches filled with powdery blue needles that are sure to catch the eye of every passerby. A unique specimen tree that measures at 10 feet tall, 15-20 feet wide, depending upon...

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Rhododendron
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Rhododendrons are some of the easiest, most rewarding flowering shrubs you’ll find for the sunny to partly shaded garden. The huge clusters of bright, colorful flowers bloom heavily for weeks with virtually no effort from you. Rhododendrons are great for use along foundations, in woodlands, and along garden or lawn borders and are available in all colors. Long known as a staple of Southern...

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Foxtail Fern
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Foxtail Fern ius a fluffy evergreen that adds unusual textural contrast to perennial beds and borders. Long, plume-like stems hold soft, needle-like leaves. Develops red berries in fall. An excellent choice for hanging baskets and...

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Periwinkle
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Periwinkle (AKA – Vinca)  is a low-maintenance delight – great for controlling soil erosion on shady or partly-shady slopes. An evergreen trailing vine with lustrous glossy green leaves. Flowers cover the plant in early spring (rare for an evergreen groundcover), blooms persist sporadically summer through frost. Rarely eaten by deer, tolerant of droughtt and infrequent foot trafficc. Spreads quickly once...

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Wandering Jew
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Wandering Jew plant­ has trailing stems and stalkless, pointed leaves. The leaves, about two inches long, are shiny, with two silver stripes on the upper su­rface and a rich purple underside. There are also variegated versions with bronze, pink, or cream stripes. Prune wandering Jew plants heavily to keep them young or start new plants from cuttings. Their stems sometimes “escape” and end up...

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Trailing Verbena
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Rounded clusters of purple, pink, peach, white and red heavily cover the dark green, leathery leaves characteristic of trailing verbena, creating a carpet of color. Trailing verbena is heat-tolerant and thrives in areas that receive at least eight to 10 hours of direct sunlight per day. This hardy plant has a beautiful show all season...

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Garden Arches
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These Garden Arches will accentuate the entrance to your backyard or make for a beautiful wedding ceremony. They are excellent for events and adding unique ambiance. Garden Arches are evergreens that will flourish in sun or...

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