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Checkout our newest plants coming for the 2022 growing season! We will be adding more and more great new pollinator plants, natives, exotic and unusual tropical plants, perennials, vines, shrubs, and trees as the season progresses. Sign in to our website and click the "Email Me When Ready" link below the out of stock message to be notified as soon as these plants become available. Enjoy!

 

Bigleaf Magnolia

Magnolia macrophylla

The sweet melon scented, 8-10" wide huge white flowers are produced in midspring and can potentially reach 12" across with pollinated flowers producing large cones with bright orange-red fleshy seeds. One of the most notable aspects of the Bigleaf Magnolia, Magnolia macrophylla, as its name suggest is its huge, wide, bluish-green foliage with a white reverse that can be up to 30" long and over 12" wide boasting the largest leaves of any native North American tree. This is a medium sized, deciduous tree with a slow to moderate rate of growth with a pyramidal habit when young eventually developing a rounded crown at maturity. Provide the Bigleaf Magnolia with an average moist, well-drained, acidic soil rich in organic matter preferably sited out of strong winds to protect the foliage. It can be grown in full sun to partly shaded conditions and flowering usually begins at around 10 years of age. The flowers offer nectar to a variety of pollinators and the ripe fruit is utilized by birds and small mammals. Item# 12600

Grows To: 25-40'H x 20-40'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun

Cerise Charm™ Dwarf Loropetalum, Chinese Witch Hazel

Loropetalum chinense 'Kurobijin' PP23176

A dwarf Loropetalum! The deep burgundy, purple, to near black foliage is accented by frilly bright cerise pink flowers in spring flowering a few weeks later than most Loropetalums and are so the flowers are less likely to get burned by a late freeze or frost. Cerise Charm™ Loropetalum, a.k.a Chinese Witch Hazel, is a new dwarf and compact selection that naturally develops into a dense rounded mound of dark foliage making this a great low-maintenance choice for small hedges, as accent plants, and even as a container specimens. Chinese Witch Hazel has few pests or disease problems when grown in an average to well-drained, acidic to neutral soil with average fertility in a full sun to partly shaded site. Images courtesy of Star Roses and Plants®, Inc., all rights reserved. Item# 12747

Grows To: 3-4'H x 3-4'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
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The stiff ferny fronds are adorned with numerous thick leathery medium to deep green leaflets often with a bronze tinge and emerge from what becomes an underground trunk. The Coontie, Zamia integrifolia (a.k.a Z. pumila), is a small tough southeastern native Cycad that eventually develops an underground trunk that will branch with age creating a dense 24-36" high cover of the soft to medium textured fronds. It is resistant to drought, tolerates high heat and humidity, sun or shade, and is a very low maintainence addition to the landscape. In areas that experience hard freezes, like zone 8, the foliage may freeze back but a new flush readily returns in spring. Makes an easy bonsai and a low maintenance container plant. Item# 12729

Grows To: 2-3'H x 2-4'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part sun, AM sun, Filtered shade, Part shade, Light shade
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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Don's Dwarf Southern Wax Myrtle, Southern Bayberry, Candleberry

Morella cerifera 'Don's Dwarf', Myrica cerifera

Fine textured, narrow, bronze-tinged yellow-green new growth matures to deep olive green on this compact native evergreen shrub. Don's Dwarf Wax Myrtle, a selection of Myrica cerifera, a.k.a Morella cerifera, makes a tough and easy, low-maintenance low to medium-sized evergreen hedge that could easily be used to replace Boxwood, Indian Hawthorn, and even Dwarf Yaupon Holly in the garden and landscape. Its toughness lends it to use in parking lot islands. Don's Dwarf Wax Myrtle is resistant to leaf spot that plagues some Wax Myrtles, is drought resistant once fully established, and is not likely to be bothered by deer thanks to its Bayberry-like fragrance. Provide a full sun to part shade site in a fertile, average to well-drained soil for optimum growth and vigor. The only drawback is that Wax Myrtle is subsceptible to fire and so should be utilized away from houses, businesses, and other structures, although, the plants themselves generally recover from the root stock. Item# 12746

Grows To: 3-6'H x 4-6'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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Another excellent native shrub for the landscape! The dense neat mound of deep green glossy foliage and red tinged stems is topped by clusters of white flowers in spring which make way to red berries ripening through purple and finally black. The flowers attract a variety of pollinators and the fruit attract songbirds and smaller fructivores. Walter's Dwarf Viburnum, Viburnum obovatum 'Densa', is a compact, densly branching selection of this southeastern native. This shrub's dense habit lends it to use anywhere a small to medium-sized shrub is desired in the landscape. It is generally evergreen into zone 8A and tends to be deciduous to semi-evergreen in zones 6 and 7. Use this tough native shrub in place of Dwarf Yaupon, Indian Hawthorne, or anywhere a medium-sized, disease resistant, low maintenance shrub or hedge is desired. Provide a full sun to part shade site in an average to well-drained soil for optimum vigor. Item# 12731

Grows To: 4-5'H x 4-5'+W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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Beginning in mid to late summer and continuing into fall the large panicles of mauve tinged deep rose pink semi-double flowers with orange-yellow eyes are held on sturdy stems well above the mounds of deep green foliage. FALL IN LOVE™ Sweetly is a hybrid Japanese Anemone selected not only for its brightly colored flowers but also for its vigor and long flowering season. This is an easy, slowly spreading, easy and long-lived, rhizomatous perennial whose flower show will only improve as the plants age. The flowers are followed by cottony, showy white seed heads that often last well into winter. Tolerant of *full sun in cool summer climates, elsewhere provide midday and afternoon shade or filtered shade. Provide an average moist, well-drained, fertile soil for optimum flowering and vigor. Images courtesy of Walter's Gardens, Inc., all rights reserved. Item# 12740

Grows To: 18-24"H x 24-30"W
Outdoor Light: Morning sun, Part sun, Part shade, *Full sun
Proven Winner Quart Pots / 30 fl.oz. / 887 ml
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Galaxy Blue Agapanthus, Lily of the Nile

Agapanthus 'Galaxy Blue' PP31421

Vigorous, repeat flowering, and reliably hardy to zone 6! Large rounded clusters, to 5" across, composed of deep blue trumpets are perched atop strong 3-4' sturdy stems on a tight clump forming plant with upright to arching narrow rich green foliage. Galaxy Blue Agapanthus has been successfully trialed for over 7 years in Zeeland, Michigan by the folks at Walter's Gardens with excellent reliability, vigor and cold hardiness.Flowering may begin in mid spring in zone 8 but will likely flower in summer where winters are coldest. Use Galaxy Blue Agapanthus anywhere you want to make a statement, including as a specimen container plants. The flowers attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Images courtesy of Walter's Gardens, Inc., all rights reserved. Item#12735

Grows To: 3-4'H x 3-4'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Morning sun, Part sun, Part shade, Light shade
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Jewelled Crown Siberian Iris

Iris x 'Jewelled Crown'

Deep eggplant purple and purple ruffled falls are centered by a large boldly contrasting, clam-shell shaped white and yellow signals topped by a trio of ruffled wine-purple standards and blue-tinged purple styles. The flowers of Jewelled Crown Siberian Iris can be up to 4-5" across on this vigorous award-winning tetraploid selection growing to a little over 24" high and flowering in midseason. Provide Siberian Iris with an average moist to consistently moist moderately fertile soil and they can be planted near ponds, streams, and bog gardens as well as in average moist garden and landscape settings. They generally keep the best looking foliage where they have reliable access to moisture during the growing season. Blueberry Fair is the 1993 winner of the AIS Morgan Wood Medal (the highest award given exclusively to Siberian Iris by the AIS). Images courtesy of Walter's Gardens, Inc., all rights reserved. Item# 12737

Grows To: 24"H space at 12-18" apart
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny
4.5 inch Pot / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
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Letizia Fig

Ficus carica 'Letizia'

An impressively cold hardy fig producing medium-sized amber, brown to near burgundy colored fruit with rich sweet amber flesh. Letizia Fig is sometimes compared to Chicago Hardy with which it shares exceptional hardiness into zone 6 but the fruit may be slightly smaller. It is also known to produce a breba or early crop along with the typical main fruit crop. This is an heirloom Italian fig that was brought from the Marche region of Italy in the early 1900's by the family of Steve and Peg Castorani and was named in honor of Steve's mother Letizia. Steve's family has grown and fruited this plant in Hockessin, Delaware since about 1965 and Steve brought cuttings to their North Creek Nursery near Landenberg, Pennsylvania where it apparently has done well in a semi-protected 'hot garden'. Burpee suggested that they name it and propagate and it quickly sold out. Provide a full to mostly sunny site in a well-drained, average moist, fertile soil for optimum vigor and fruit production. Protect young trees for the first few years especially in zones 8A and colder while they become established. Item# 12727

Grows To: 8-10'H x 8-10'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
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Little Galaxy Agapanthus, Lily of the Nile

Agapanthus 'Little Galaxy' PPAF

Compact, repeat flowering, and reliably hardy to zone 6! Large rounded clusters, to 4-5" across, composed of blue trumpets are perched atop strong 2' sturdy stems on a tight clump forming plant with upright to arching narrow rich green foliage. Little Galaxy Agapanthus boasting a more compact habit than its sisters in the Galaxy series making it suitable as a low maintenance container specimen or nearer the front of the border. Its flowers are a touch lighter blue than those of Galaxy Blue. The Galaxy Agapanthus series has been successfully trialed for over 7 years in Zeeland, Michigan by the folks at Walter's Gardens with excellent reliability, vigor and cold hardiness. Flowering may begin in mid spring in zone 8 but will likely flower in summer where winters are coldest. The flowers attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Images courtesy of Walter's Gardens, Inc., all rights reserved. Item#12736

Grows To: 2'H x 2'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Morning sun, Part sun, Part shade, Light shade
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This is the male pollinator for Finch's Gold and Warren's Red Possumhaw Hollies and so it only produces the dainty white and green flowers that attract bees and small pollinators but these plants do not set fruit. The female Possumhaw Holly, Ilex decidua, is also readily pollinated by the American Holly, Ilex opaca, and most any other native male holly that flowers at the same time as the female Possumhaws and one male can effectively pollinate several females. They do not necessarily have to planted next to one another but should be in the vicinity where the bees can transfer pollen. This is a large growing, multi-stemmed, native deciduous shrub or small tree that has few if any pests or diseases. They are quite tolerant of growing conditions from average moisture, to wet, to periodically flooded sites in full sun to partly shaded sites. Item# 12749

Grows To: 10-15'H x 10-15'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
4.5 inch Pot / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
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A 2016 Louisiana Super Plant selection! The dense neat mound of deep green glossy foliage and red tinged stems is topped by clusters of white flowers in spring which make way to red berries ripening through purple and finally black. The flowers attract a variety of pollinators and the fruit attract songbirds and smaller fructivores. Mrs. Schiller's Delight Viburnum is a selection of the southeastern native Walter's Viburnum, Viburnum obovatum, and its dense mounding habit lends it to use anywhere a small compact shrub is desired in the landscape. It is generally evergreen into zone 8A and tends to be deciduous to semi-evergreen in zones 6 and 7. Use this tough little native shrub in place of Dwarf Yaupon, Indian Hawthorne, or anywhere a small, disease resistant, low maintenance shrub is desired. Provide a full sun to part shade site in an average to well-drained soil for optimum vigor. Item# 12728

Grows To: 3'H x 3-4'+W potentially to 4-5'H
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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October Affair Camellia

Camellia japonica 'October Affair'

One of the earliest large flowering Japonica Camellias to begin flowering, October Affair produces an abundance of perfectly formed, 3-4" wide, fully double flowers with cupped petals that are pure white at their center but with the outer rows of petals becoming tipped in light to rosy pink. A vigorous yet dense and compact growing evergreen shrub with a naturally upright habit becoming rounded with age. Hybridized and registered by Dr. Clifford Parks in 1975. This has quickly become one of our favorites! Image courtesy of Mercedes A. Hanchey. Item# 12744

Grows To: 8-12'H x 6-10'W
Outdoor Light: AM sun, Part sun, Part shade, Filtered shade, Light shade
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Producing larger than normal white and purple flowers that are self-fertile and produce medium-sized egg shaped red fruit filled with juicy tangy tropical flesh surrounding the black seeds. Red Rover Passion Fruit, a Patrick Worley hybrid reportedly from a cross between the Yellow and Purple Passion Fruit (Passiflora edulis f. flavicarpa x P. edulis f. edulis), that is reported to be a good producer with moderate vigor and does not require a pollinator for fruit set. The fruit can be eaten fresh or juiced. Provide a full sun to partly shaded site, midday shade is often recommended for hot summer climates, in a fertile, average moist, average to well-drained soil for optimum vigor and fruit production. The Passion Fruits can be planted out in areas that experience mild winters like zones 9-10 but may need protection during hard freezes. Red Rover Passion Fruit can also be overwintered as a container plant if provided with a warm sunny location. Item# 12751

Grows To: 10-15'H
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
4.5 inch Pot / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
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Ruby Snow™ Loropetalum, Chinese Witch Hazel

Loropetalum chinense 'sPg-3-002' PP25832

A breakthrough in Loropetalum breeding producing frilly bright white flowers in spring that absolutely shine against the foil of deep burgundy, purple, to near black foliage. Ruby Snow™ Loropetalum, a.k.a Chinese Witch Hazel, is an exciting new selection with a naturally rounded habit that can be utilized as a large hedge or screen and can even be trained into tree forms and espalier. Chinese Witch Hazel is fast growing and has few pests or disease problems when grown in an average to well-drained, acidic to neutral soil with average fertility in a full sun to partly shaded site. Images courtesy of Star Roses and Plants®, Inc., all rights reserved. Item# 12748

Grows To: 6'H x 6'W potentially larger with age
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
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Sandankwa Viburnum

Viburnum suspensum

Large leathery, deep green, rounded to ovate, textured foliage is accented by small clusters of fragrant small white flowers in spring and are borne at the tips of the stems. The flowers attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. The Sandankwa Viburnum, Viburnum suspensum, is a vigorous large growing evergreen shrub to small tree that makes a quick and easy hedge or screen. If pollinated, the plant generally needs another Viburnum that flowers at the same time for cross pollination, it produces 1/4" diameter red berries that ripen in the fall and may be utilized by wildlife. Provide a full sun to part sun location in an average moist, fertile, average to well-drained soil for optimum growth and vigor. Salt tolerant and deer resistant. Item# 12733
 

Grows To: 8-12'H x 8-12'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade
4.5 inch Pot / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
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Sky Mirror Siberian Iris

Iris x 'Sky Mirror'

The sky blue falls and standards are accented with violet-blue veining and signals creating a complimentary two-tone effect and are topped by sky blue style arms. The appropriately named Sky Mirror Siberian Iris flowers in mid to late season and is a vigorous diploid reaching up to 36" high. Provide Siberian Iris with an average moist to consistently moist moderately fertile soil and they can be planted near ponds, streams, and bog gardens as well as in average moist garden and landscape settings. They generally keep the best looking foliage where they have reliable access to moisture during the growing season. Images courtesy of Walter's Gardens, Inc., all rights reserved. Item# 12738

Grows To: 36"H space at 12-18" apart
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny
4.5 inch Pot / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
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Snowcicle Oakleaf Hydrangea

Hydrangea quercifolia 'Snowcicle' PP33072

Huge 12-14" long panicles composed of numerous double sterile florets open bright white and slowly change as summer progesses adding red, pink, cream, and green tinges and are held on strong sturdy stems beginning in late spring or early summer with flower clusters lasting into winter. Snowcicle Oakleaf Hydrangea boasts some of the largest flower clusters among its peers, excellent vigor, and strong sturdy stems to support its massive flower clusters. In fall, the bluish-green, fuzzy, oak-like foliage changes into shades of red, purple, and orange. The Oakleaf Hydrangea is truly a plant for all seasons as winter shows off the bare stems with peeling bark. Provide a well-drained, average moist, fertile, acidic soil and although they are tolerant of full sun they flower well even in fairly dense shade. The Oakleaf Hydrangea will have the most intense fall foliage coloration where the plants receive at least 4-6 hours of direct sunlight. An organic mulch, especially important under full sun conditions in areas with hot summer climates, will to help alleviate moisture stress during dry periods among its numerous other benefits. Images courtesy of Plants Nouveau, all rights reserved. Item# 12578

Grows To: 4-6'H x 4-6'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun, Filtered shade, Shade
4.5 inch Pot / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
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Southern Fall Obedient Plant, False Dragonshead

Physostegia virginiana ssp. praemorsa

Dense spikes of rosy pink tubular flowers are produced in late summer and fall atop sturdy stems attracting butterflies, larger bees, and hummingbirds. The Southern Fall Obedient Plant, Physostegia virginiana ssp. praemorsa, is a clump forming species of Physostegia, whereas most species spread via long rhizomes, this one is a much more mannerly native perennial better suited to garden culture. It will slowly multiply developing into a dense clump of foliage and flowering stems. Provide a full to mostly sunny site in a wet to moist to average moist, fertile soil for optimum vigor and flowering. Item# 12752

Grows To: 2-3'H x 8-12''W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade
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Sunfisher Siberian Iris

Iris x 'Sunfisher'

The large deep yellow falls are topped by contrasting light primrose yellow standards and style arms and the flowers are reported to have a light sweet fragrance. One of the earlier Siberian Irises to begin flowering, Sunfisher grows to about 24-30" high. Provide Siberian Iris with an average moist to consistently moist moderately fertile soil and they can be planted near ponds, streams, and bog gardens as well as in average moist garden and landscape settings. They generally keep the best looking foliage where they have reliable access to moisture during the growing season. Images courtesy of Walter's Gardens, Inc., all rights reserved. Item# 12739

Grows To: 24-30"H space at 12-18" apart
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny
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In summer, clusters of tubular buds open to starry, pure-white flowers that attract bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and likely hummingbird or Sphinx moths as well. The Swamp Azalea, Rhododendron viscosum, is a native deciduous shrub growing to about 6'H x 3-5'W that is native from East Texas and along the Gulf Coast as well as long as all along the Eastern Seaboard and into southern Maine. In the Pineywoods this species is typically found in consistently moist soil near bogs and small streams and is the only locally native (west central Louisiana) species of Rhododendron to flower in summer. In sunnier sites, the Swamp Azalea can produce burgundy and yellow fall color. Provide a moist to average moist loamy soil rich in organic matter and mulch with a breathable organic material such as pine straw or pine bark. Even though it is common to more moist sites, it can tolerate short periods of drought once fully established and should perform well in average moist garden soils provided it is properly mulched and receives some midday shade. Item# 12742

Grows To: 4-6'H x 4-6'W potentially larger with age
Outdoor Light: Full sun (N regions), Mostly sunny (N regions), Part shade, Part sun, Filtered shade
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Sweet Viburnum

Viburnum odoratissimum

The light apple green new growth eventually matures to a medium matte green and in spring pyramidal clusters of small fragrant white flowers are produced at the ends of the stems attracting bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. Pollinated flowers develop into 1/4" diameter round berries that turn red and eventually ripen to black. The Sweet Viburnum, Viburnum odoratissimum, is evergreen well into zone 8 but may become deciduous in zones 6-7. This is a vigorous and large growing shrub that can be trained into a treeform or pruned into a neat but coarse-textured hedge. Its lighter green foliage makes a wonderful foil for other plants with darker green foliage and brightly colored flowers. This was one of my favorite hedges to help maintain at 4'Hx4-5'W at Judge and Lady Hall's residence in DeRidder, Louisiana when we still owned Bonny Plants. Provide a full to partly sunny site in an average moist, fertile, well-drained soil for optimum growth and vigor. Item# 12732

Grows To: 4-5'+H x 4-5'+W, potentially to 10-20(-30)'H x 10-20'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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Another excellent native shrub for the landscape! The dense neat mound of whorled deep green glossy foliage and red tinged stems is topped by clusters of white flowers in spring which make way to red berries ripening through purple and finally black. The flowers attract a variety of pollinators and the fruit attract songbirds and smaller fructivores. Walter's Whorled Class Viburnum is a medium-sized selection of the southeastern native Walter's Viburnum, Viburnum obovatum, and as its name implies, its foliage is whorled around the stem thus providing 33% more greenery as compared to non-whorled selections of this species. This shrub's dense habit lends it to use anywhere a medium-sized shrub is desired in the landscape. It is generally evergreen into zone 8A and tends to be deciduous to semi-evergreen in zones 6 and 7. Use this tough native shrub in place of Dwarf Yaupon, Indian Hawthorne, or anywhere a medium-sized, disease resistant, low maintenance shrub or hedge is desired. Provide a full sun to part shade site in an average to well-drained soil for optimum vigor. Item# 12730

Grows To: 5-6'H x 5-6'+W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade
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Winter Gold Winterberry Holly

Ilex verticillata 'Winter Gold'

Dainty white and green spring flowers develop into dense masses of 1/4-3/8" diameter, deep golden yellow berries that adorn the bare winter stems for months. Winter Gold Winterberry, a selection of Ilex verticillata, is a native, deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub growing to about 5-8'H x 5-8'W. Young plants tend to have an upright habit and then become rounded at maturity. The fruit of the Winterberry Holly is utilized by a variety of songbirds. Provide a full sun to partly shaded site in an average moist to wet, fertile soil. A male holly, not necessarily of the same species, that flowers at the same time is required for good fruit set. The nectar and pollen laden flowers are an important resource for a variety of native bees and smaller pollinators. Item# 12745 

Grows To: 5-8'H x 5-8'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade
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Bigleaf Magnolia

Magnolia macrophylla

The sweet melon scented, 8-10" wide huge white flowers are produced in midspring and can potentially reach 12" across with pollinated flowers producing large cones with bright orange-red fleshy seeds. One of the most notable aspects of the Bigleaf Magnolia, Magnolia macrophylla, as its name suggest is its huge, wide, bluish-green foliage with a white reverse that can be up to 30" long and over 12" wide boasting the largest leaves of any native North American tree. This is a medium sized, deciduous tree with a slow to moderate rate of growth with a pyramidal habit when young eventually developing a rounded crown at maturity. Provide the Bigleaf Magnolia with an average moist, well-drained, acidic soil rich in organic matter preferably sited out of strong winds to protect the foliage. It can be grown in full sun to partly shaded conditions and flowering usually begins at around 10 years of age. The flowers offer nectar to a variety of pollinators and the ripe fruit is utilized by birds and small mammals. Item# 12600

Grows To: 25-40'H x 20-40'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
     

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