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Baccharis dioica
Common Name: Broombush Falsewillow

This rare semi-evergreen shrub is similar to our common Baccharis halmifolia but quite distinct.  In 1979 just before Hurricane Frederick did tremendous damage to the Mobile, Alabama area, we discovered...


Baccharis halimifolia
Common Name: Groundsel Bush

This common Baccharis is a semi-evergreen shrub Composite with small gray-green toothed leaves. Originally found along the edges of coastal salt marshes but now widely naturalized inland on sunny disturbed sites. Female plants of this adaptable an...


Baptisia alba
Common Name: False Indigo, White
Multi-stemmed perennial with tall spikes of showy white flowers in spring. A great, long-lasting plant for sunny, well-drained sites in the garden bed or border. Several tall white Baptisias with fat seed pods formerly classed as separate species a...

Baptisia australis
Common Name: Blue Wild Indigo

When Woodlanders began in 1980 this was about the only Baptisia known to gardeners. We subsequently introduced many other species which have become popular garden perennials. Baptisia australis is a long-lived perennial that is essentiall...


Bauhinia yunnanensis
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Bauhinia is in the Legume family.  The genus has many species,  The genus is pantropic and mostly trees and shrubs usually referred to as "Orchid Trees" for their variously colored showy flowers.  This species from southern China is...


Bignonia capreolata 'Helen Fredel'
Common Name: Helen Fredel Crossvine

Crossvine is a high climbing semi-evergreen vine with bright orange trumpet shaped flowers.  It is a good flowering vine that climbs high by tendrils and hold-tights and is effective if planted on a fence or trellis in sun or ...


Bignonia (Anisostichus) capreolata var. atrosanguinea
Common Name: Red Crossvine

Crossvine is a vigorous evergreen or semi-evergreen vine climbing by tendrils or hold-fasts.  The leaves on this clone may be narrower and longer than is typical for the species but its main feature is abundant red trumpet shaped flowers...


Buddleia cordata ssp. tomentella
Common Name: Los Lerios Butterflybush

This is a large evergreen shrub with somewhat heart-shaped gray green leaves with lighter undersides. Originally it was collected by Yucca-do Nursery near Los Lerios, Cohuila, Mexico and originally offered by us a "Buddleia sp. "Los Leri...


Buddleia davidii x fallowiana 'Lochinch'
Common Name: Butterflybush, 'Lochinch'

'Lochinch' is a hybrid Butterfly Bush blooming on new growth with showy panicles of small fragrant lavender blue flowers that have an orange "eye".   This is a vigorous and fast-growing decidous shrub with gray-g...


Buddleia madagascariensis
Common Name: Madagascar Butterflybush
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Buddleia salvifolia
Common Name: Sageleaf Buttrtflybush

This is a medium to large South African shrub which has proven surprisenly hardy in trials at Athens, GA. Flowers of pale lavender are not particularly fragrant but Dr. Dirr says: "All visitor's to our trials have become enamored with the foliage"...


Buxus harlandii
Common Name: Harland Boxwood

 

This small boxwood with narrow, bright green leaves and abundant and noticible bloom is apparently the true Buxus harlandii.  The boxwoods commonly sold in the South as B. harlandii,&...

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