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Callicarpa acuminata
Common Name: Black Beautyberry

This deciduous Mexican shrub is somewhat like Callicarpa americana.  The arching branches bear clusters of small shiny berries that are black instead of the more common purple of other Beautyberries.   It was collected...


Callicarpa americana
Common Name: American Beautyberry

American Beautyberry is a deciduous multi-stemmed shrub with rather large velvety leaves that are coarsely toothed and opposite on the stems.  . The flowers are small, purple, and in clusters around stems at the leaf nodes.  Th...


Callicarpa americana 'Welch's Pink'
Common Name: Pink Beautyberry

This Callicarpa americana (which see) is a selection with pink berries. It was found in east Texas by plantsman Matt Welch and introduced through the Mast Arboret um at Stephen F. Austin State University. Nacogdoches, Texas.  The sho...


Callicarpa bodinieri var. giraldii 'Profusion'
Common Name: Bodinier Beautyberry 'Profusion'

'Profusion' Beautyberry is an excellent Dutch cultivar of this hybrid Chinese deciduous shrub.  The upright arching branches bear bronze-purple new growth which turns pinkish purple in fall.  The abundant small purple berries are bo...


Callicarpa cathayana
Common Name: Chinese Beautyberry
Deciduous shrub with clusters of small purple flowers along stems followed by mauve purple berries in showy clusters. This Beautyberry acquired through the U.S. National Arboretum is little-known in cultivation and was probably first offered in the ...

Callicarpa dichotoma 'Splashy'
Common Name: Variegated Purple Beautyberry

'Splashy' is a deciduous shrub with arching branches, small pink flowers, and abundant clusters of small purple berries. This selection introduced from Japan by our friend Ted Stephens of Nurseries Carolinana is highly variegated with irregular wh...


Callicarpa formosana
Common Name: Beautyberry, Taiwan

Deciduous shrub with showy purple fruits.  This species of beautyberry is a good choice for gardens in warmer climate zones.   For detailed informaion see:   More Info


Callistemon paludosus (hybrid?)
Common Name: Bottlebrush Pink
Evergreen shrub with arching to pendulous branches. Leaves dark green lance like along stems. Flowers terminal pink "bottlebrushes". This relatively cold hardy bottlebrush is unusual in that it has pink flowers freely in mid-summer. Native to Austral...

Callistemon pinifolius
Common Name: Bottlebrush, Pine-leafed

Pine-leafed bottlebrush, as the name suggests, has needle-like leaves resembling pine foliage.  This rather upright shrub is native to southeastern Australia.  It is rather uncommon in cultivation, at least in the southern U.S.  Thi...


Callistemon rigidus 'Clemson'
Common Name: Bottlebrush 'Clemson'

This small to medium sized evergreen shrub with bright red "bottlebrush" flowers is a native of Australia.  Callistemons are generally considered subtropical plants but this one has survived outside for years at Clemson, SC., an area generall...


Callistemon sp. 'Woodlanders Hardy'
Common Name: Bottlebrush Cultivar

This bottlebrush is a medium, arching, evergreen shrub with bright red "bottlebrush" flowers in late spring. Originally offered by us as C. sieberi, but that species should have yellow flowers. Has proven winter hardy in Raleigh, NC. ...


Camellia crapnelliana
Common Name: Crapnell Camellia

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. Many varied and quite different species of Camellia occur in...


Camellia euryoides
Common Name: Camellia, Mockorange
Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. Many varied and quite different species of Camellia occur in the Far East and this is one of t...

Camellia hybrid 'Julia Mackintosh'
Common Name: Sasanqua Camellia, 'Julia Mackintosh'

This seedling selection of Camellia sasanqua which occurred here at Woodlanders was selected and propagated by George Mitchell and named for the late Julia Mackintosh who with her husband Robert founded Woodlanders.  I...


Camellia japonica 'Imura'
Common Name: Camellia 'Imura'

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. 'Imura' is a nice form of Camellia japonica with elegant ...


Camellia japonica 'Jury's Yellow'
Common Name: Camellia Cultivar

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. This is a nice form of Camellia japonica with semi-double flowers that are c...


Camellia japonica 'Kujaku Tsubaki'
Common Name: Peacock Camellia

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. This is an unusual selection of Camellia japonica with rather tubul...


Camellia japonica 'Tama no ura'
Common Name: Picotee Flowered Camellia

  Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. This is a nice form of Camellia japonica.  It is a famo...


Camellia japonica (single red)
Common Name: Red Camellia (named cultivar ?)
(unknown cultivar) Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. This is an unusual but nice form of Camellia japonica. This beautiful and ...

Camellia japonica x reticulata 'Brian'
Common Name: Camellia 'Brian' Hybrid
Evergreen shrub with showy Cyclamen pink, semi-double flowers with silvery cast. As best we can determine this is a Camellia reticulata x Camellia japonica hybrid . Flowers in late winter. Compact upright growth habit....

Camellia oleifera
Common Name: Camellia, Tea-oil

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. This less well-known species has less glossy leaves than most other...


Camellia reticulata x fraterna 'Crimson Candles'
Common Name: Camellia, Crimosn Candles

'Crimson Candles' is a fine hybrid camellia introduced by Camellia Forest Nursery in North Carolina.  It is winter flowering with abundant small rose red blossoms which hold up well to below freezing nights.  The plant has an uprigh...


Camellia rosaeflora
Common Name: Camellia, Rose flower

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. Many varied and quite different species of Camellia occur in the Far East an...


Camellia saluensis 'Appleblossom'
Common Name: Camellia 'Appleblossom'

A selection of Camellia saluensis with abundant pink flowers. Originally acquired from the Norfolk, VA garden of the late Fred Huette, a great plantsman and first director of Norfolk Botanical Garden.

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Camellia sasanqua 'Leslie Ann'
Common Name: Sasanqua Camellia 'Leslie Ann'

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. This Camellia sasanqua variety is a beautiful fall flowering plant ...


Camellia sasanqua 'Misty Moon'
Common Name: Sasanqua Camellia, 'Misty Moon

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. This Camellia sasanqua variety is a relatively new selection of thi...


Camellia sasanqua x reticulata 'California Dawn'
Common Name: Camellia 'California Dawn' Hybrid
Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. This is a hybrid between Camellia sasanqua and the large flowered but rather tender Chinese sp...

Camellia x 'Cinnamon Cindy'
Common Name: Hybrid Camellia

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. This plant is a hybrid between Camellia japonica 'K...


Camellia x williamsii 'Donation'
Common Name: Camellia Hybrid, 'Donation'

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. 'Donation' is a hybrid between Camellia japonica 'Donkelaeri' and <...


Carex flaccosperma
Common Name: Blue Wood Sedge
Ornamental Carex are tufted or clump-forming grass like plants. This clump forming sedge has glaucus blue to blue-green slightly quilted leaves to 1/2 inch wide. Drought tolerant once established but best in moist soil and semi-shade. Native to sou...

Carya glabra
Common Name: Pignut Hickory

A large deciduous tree of finer texture than Mockernut Hickory (C. tomentosa).  Pignut Hickory is widespread in eastern U.S., but like other hickories it is rarely offered by nurseries.  Grows well in good soil t...


Cassia bicapsularis
Common Name: Showy Senna

This subtropical shrub has abundant bright yellow flowers in late fall.  It is evergreen in zone 10 and stem hardy in zone 9.   The seeds are said to be poisonous but not deadly. In zone 8 it may freeze bac...


Castanea mollissima
Common Name: Chinese Chestnut

This bushy Chinese deciduous tree is widely grown as a substitute for the once widepread American Chestnut tree (C. dentata) that was essentially eliminated by the chestnut blight brought in from China in 1904. It produces large edib...


Castanea pumila
Common Name: Chinquapin, Alleghany
Deciduous large shrub occasionally tree-like. Oval serrated leaves and edible and very tasty nuts the size of a hazelnut enclosed in a spiny burr as with the related chestnut. Somewhat resistant to chestnut blight or better able to overcome it beca...

Catalpa ovata
Common Name: Catalpa, Chinese

Smaller than our native Catalpas, this Chinese species is an attractive and precocious to flower small tree.  It has the same heart-shaped leaves and long slender pods as other Catalpa trees.  The large upright clusters of one inch ...


Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Prostrata'
Common Name: Japanese Plum Yew

Cephalanthus is and evergreen conifer similar to Yew (Taxus). This variety is prostrate in growth habit and is a good substitute for Taxus in the South. Plant in moist but well-drained soil.  It will tolerate drought once it is esta...


Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Filicoides'
Common Name: Hinoki Falsecypress
A small evergreen tree with bright green leaves in fern-like sprays. Somewhat random habit of growth but very attractive. One of many horticultural selections of this Japanes conifer. Plant in sun or semi-shade in well-drained soil....

Chasmanthium latifolium
Common Name: River Oat Grass

Chasmanthium (Uiola) latifolium is a luxuriant and shade tolerant perennial grass with relatively wide leaf blades and taller spikes of drooping seed heads much like "Sea Oats". Attrative in the garden and seed stalks a great component fo...


Chionanthus retusus var. serrulatus
Common Name: Fringetree, Chinese
A very ornamental small deciduous tree with heavy-textured oval glossy serrated leaves that look as though they would be evergreen. Abundant white feathery flowers in spring. Attractive light tan scaly bark. As an established tree in the landscape...

Cistus x purpureus
Common Name: Orchidspot Rockrose

This Rockrose is a low evergreen shrub to 4 feet.  It is a hybrid with showy 2-3" wide purple flowers blotched with maroon.  Rockroses are not roses and are not related.  Plant this shrub in full sun and in well-drained so...


Citrus (Citrus paradisi x Ponciris trifoliata) 'Swingle'
Common Name: Citrumelo, 'Swingle'

'Swingle' Citrumelo is a thorny, semi-evergreen Grapefruit x Ponciris hybrid with fragrant white flowers and somewhat pear-shaped yellow fruits the size of a large orange. Fruit is more ornamental than edible but this is a quite hardy plant which ...


Citrus aurantium 'Gou Tou'
Common Name: Sour Orange, Gou Tou

Woodlanders has been a leader in offering a wide range of Citrus and Citrus hybrids which are hardy outdoors beyond the normal Citrus growing areas.The Gou Tou Sour Orange is reported to be widely grown in southeast Asia.  The fruit is like a...


Citrus ichangensis
Common Name: Ichang Papeda
Thorny evergreen tree with white flowers and inedible rough yellow orange-like fruits with many large seeds. This species is probably the most cold hardy evergreen Citrus but probably not winter hardy above zone 7, possibly zone 8. The parent of a ...

Citrus reticulata 'Keraji'
Common Name: Keraji Mandarin

Woodlanders has been a leader in offering a wide range of Citrus and Citrus hybrids which are hardy outdoors beyond the normal Citrus growing areas.  Keraji Mandarin is a medium size evergreen tree with typical white fragrant ...


Citrus taiwanica
Common Name: Nanshodaidai

Woodlanders has been a leader in offering a wide range of Citrus and Citrus hybrids which are hardy outdoors beyond the normal Citrus growing areas. This is a vigorous upright spreading evergreen thorny citrus with sour tangerine to orange-like fr...


Citrus (Citrus X) Citrus ichangensis X Citrus grandis (maxima)
Common Name: Ichang Lemon

Woodlanders has been a leader in offering a wide range of Citrus and Citrus hybrids which are hardy outdoors beyond the normal Citrus growing areas. Ichang Lemon is a medium size evergreen tree with large leaves with winged petioles and thorny bra...


Citrus (Citrus X) Citrus x meyeri 'Meyer'
Common Name: Lemon, 'Meyer'

Small evergreen tree with fragrant purple tinted white flowers and large lemon-like fruits. A favorite container-grown citrus. The Meyer Lemon is probably a hybrid between a lemon and some other citrus. It was discovered near Peking, China in 1908...


Citrus (X Citrus) Poncirus trifoliata x Citrus paradisi 'Dunstan'
Common Name: Citrumelo, 'Dunstan'
A trifoliate Orange x Grapefruit hybrid said to produce 4" yellow fruit which "if sprinkled with sugar, smell and taste like an ordinary grapefruit, harvested perhaps a bit too early." "May be the best overall hybrid with 50 percent trifoliate parent...

Citrus (X Citrus) Poncirus trifoliata x Citrus sinensis 'Rusk'
Common Name: Citrange, 'Rusk'

'Rusk' is a Ruby orange x trifoliata hybrid dating back to 1897 and therefore one of the first Citranges. The tree is vigorous, tall-growing, and quite hardy. It is evergreen to semi-evergreen and dense with trifoliate leaves. The fruit is deep or...


Clerodendrum indicum
Common Name: Turk's Turban
Tall perennial with tyically unbranched leafy stems with long narrowly elliptic leaves. Stems are topped with long cluster of showy tubular white flowers which are followed by black berries. This is a striking plant but it can be invasive if allowe...

Clerodendrum trichotomum
Common Name: Harlequin Glorybower

This is a large decidous shrub or small tree that forms thickets from root suckers unless planted in an open area that is kept mowed. It is the hardiest of the Clerodendrons and a very attractive landscape plant in the right spot. It has heart-sha...


Clethra alnifolia ''Hummingbird''
Common Name: Clethra 'Hummingbird'

Clethra alnifolia and the southern Clethra tomentosa are stoloniferous deciduous shrubs commonly called Summersweet or Sweet Pepperbush. They form colonies in moist acid soil and make good garden subjects. They are valued for the...


Clethra alnifolia 'Ruby Spice'
Common Name: Pink Summersweet

Clethra alnifolia and the southern Clethra tomentosa are stoloniferous deciduous shrubs commonly called Summersweet or Sweet Pepperbush. They form colonies in moist acid soil and make good garden subjects. They are valued for their termin...


Clethra fargesii
Common Name: Chinese Clethra

Chinese Clethra is similar to Clethra barbinervis (which see) but it is not so tall.  The leaves are dark glossy green and widest in the middle.   This Clethra bears 5-7 inch long racemose panicles of f...


Clethra pringlei
Common Name: Mexican Clethra
This large evergreen shrub or small tree has long racemes of cinnamon scented white flowers in summer. Leaves are elliptic and toothed toward the terminal end. This is a relatively new introduction from Mexico by the folks at Yucca-Do Nursery in Texa...

Cleyera fortunei
Common Name: Variegated Cleyera

This evergreen shrub is related to Camellia.  This species is known only in the variegated form cultivated in Japan. The narrow leaves have a white margin. Grow in well-drained fertile soil with ample moisture. Sun or semi-shade. This is...


Clinopodium coccineum
Common Name: Red Savory

Clinopodium (Satureja) (Calamintha)coccineum is an aromatic evergreen shrub with small leaves. Loose open growth habit. Very showy tubular red flowers in summer. Attractive to hummingbirds. Occurs only on deep, well-drained sands. Plant i...


Clinopodium coccineum 'Amber Blush'
Common Name: Amber Blush Red Basil

 

'Amber Blush' is a new yellow-flowered clone of Clinopodium coccineum (which see) from the Florida Panhandle that was introduced and shared with us by Rich Lewandowski of Shangri La Gardens in Orange, T...


Clinopodium georgianum
Common Name: Georgia Savory

Clinopodium (Satureja) georgianum is a semi-evergreen mint shrub with highly aromatic foliage and abundant pinkish flowers in late summer. It is a good border plant for sunny or semi-shady spots with good drainage.  Georgia Savory will grow i...


Clinopodium georgianum hybrid 'Desi Arnez'
Common Name: Clinopodium Hybrid

Clinopodium (Satureja) georgianum hybrid is a chance hybrid of uncertain parentage that was introduced by Woodlanders. It occurred here in the garden of Robert Mackintosh. It is possibly a Clinopodium geo...


Clinopodium (Satureja) (Calamintha) coccineum 'Ohoopee Yellow'
Common Name: Yellow Flowered Red Savory

Clinopodium (Satureja) (Calamintha) coccineum 'Ohoopee Yellow' is a contradictory common name, but this is a clear bright yellow flowered selection of a usually red flowered mint shrub Clinopodium coccineum. This yellow form was ...


Clytostoma callistegioides
Common Name: Trumpet Vine, Argentine Purple

This is a vigorous evergreen vine related to our native Crossvine.  It bears glossy leaves and 5" long purple trumpet flowers in spring.  It climbs by tendrils.  It is relatively care free in warm climates but needs water in prolong...


Conradina canescens
Common Name: Gray Conradina
Conradinas are dense aromatic low shrubs in the mint family with small, usually linear green or gray leaves, and small pale purple flowers. There are 6 or possibly 7 species in the southern U.S., primarily in Florida where they grow on sand or very ...

Conradina sp.
Common Name: Styx River Rosemary

Some years ago we introduced two selections of Conradina collected on Styx River in southern Alabama.  We called these "Low Gray" and "Low Green" and hope these clones may still be in cultivation somewhere.  In re-visitin...


Conradina verticillata
Common Name: Cumberland Rosemary

Federally listed THREATENED species. CANNOT BE SOLD IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE. Low trailing evergreen shrub with aromatic Rosemary-like leaves. Other Conradina species are native to Florida and Gulf Coast of Alabama. This one is native to limited are...


Cornus florida 'Suwanee Squat'
Common Name: Dogwood, Dwarf Flowering

'Suwanee Squat' Dogwood is a most unusual form of this favorite flowering tree. It has typical white Dogwood blossoms in spring. Growth habit is very low and spreading, almost prostrate. Would spill down over wall or bank. There are lots of dogwoo...


Cornus kousa var. chinensis
Common Name: Chinese Dogwood

This Chinese dogwood is a spreading small to medium size deciduous tree with nice foliage and showy white-bracted flowers. Unlike our native American Dogwood, the bracts are pointed. It flowers about a month later than ou...


Crataegus brachycantha
Common Name: Hawthorn, Blueberry
This is a beautiful round topped small deciduous tree with small shiny leaves. White flowers in spring followed in fall by bright blue fruit. This fruit color is unique as other haws have red or yellow fruit. Blueberry Haw is adapted to moist or w...

Crataegus marshallii
Common Name: Parsley-leaved Hawthorn

The Parsley Haw is a distinctive and attractive small tree with shiny green dissected parsley-like leaves.  The white flowers with red stamens appear in spring and are followed by red fruit.  It is native to Piedmont and Coastal Pla...


Crataegus opaca
Common Name: Mayhaw, Western
Small deciduous tree with abundant white flowers in early spring soon followed by edible fruit which makes excellent jelly. Native to intermittant ponds but grows well on sites not subject to flooding. Very similar to Crataegus aestivalis but nativ...

Crocosmia masonorum x paniculatus 'Lucifer'
Common Name: Montbretia
This is a perennial from a bulb or corm and a great plant for southern gardens multiplying well in good moist neutral or acid soil in sun or semi-shade. Showy spikes of orange-red flowers over long period in spring and summer. Grass-like flattened l...

Cryptomeria japonica
Common Name: Japanese Cedar

Japanese Cedar is a tall, pyramidal or conical, evergreen coniferous tree.  The blue-green apressed needles may develop bronzy or purple-bronze winter color in cold climates. The reddish-brown bark exfoliates on the trunks.  It is a...


Cudrania cochinchinensis
Common Name: Cockspur Thorn

This spiny sprawling or vining shrub has glossy evergreen leaves.  It is sometimes classified as a Maclura and is related to our Osage Orange.  Apparently widespresd in eastern Asia down to Australia it see...


Cunninghamia lanceolata
Common Name: Chinafir

Chinafir is a large, pyramidal, often multi-trunked coniferous evergreen tree with rather long flattened needles in more or less two dimensional arrangement on twigs.  It bears interesting small cones and is an attrative and somewhat curious ...


Cycas revoluta
Common Name: Sago Palm

Sago Palm is not a palm.  Cycads are palm-like primitive plants more related to the ferns.  The Sago Palm is native to Japan and is a favorite and very noticible landscape plant in the Deep South, U.S.   It...


Cyrilla racemiflora 'Graniteville'
Common Name: Leatherwood

'Graniteville' Titi is a low growing selection of Cyrilla racemiflora (which see).  This Woodlanders introduction was propagated from an almost prostrate plant we found some years ago on an eroded sandhills seepage slo...

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