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Hamamelis virginiana
Common Name: Common Witchhazel
Witchazel is a large deciduous shrub or small tree found in woodlands over much of eastern North America. It is interesting in the landscape for its fragrant yellow flowers with little strap-like petals which cover the branches in November. Novembe...

Hamelia patens
Common Name: Firebush

This plant is a shrub in the tropics and south Florida.  It is a perennial to 4 feet or more in the Deep South.  This heat tolerant bush has reddish leaves and tubular red flowers and has become very popular in Texas.  Cut back plan...


Hedychium coronarium
Common Name: Butterfly Ginger

This tall herbaceous perennial spreads by rhizomes.  It bears showy spikes of very fragrant white flowers with a greenish or yellowish blotch.  It blooms in summer on terminals of tall plants with long corn-like leaves and spreads in ric...


Heimia salicifolia
Common Name: Willow-leaf Heimia

This spreading and much-branched smooth shrub looks very much like a Hypericum but is not related.  It is actually related to Crepe Myrtle! The axillary flowers are yellow and followed by a dry capsule.  This plant is said...


Helianthus angustifolius
Common Name: Swamp Sunflower

Swamp Sunflower is a tall robust perennial that can be an aggressive spreader in a moist sunny location. A good perennial plant for the garden with ample space. In late summer and fall the plants are smothered in 2 1/2 inch wide bright yellow flow...


Helleborus orientalis
Common Name: Lenten Rose

The Lenten Rose is not a rose but it does flower around Lent. It is an evergreen herbaceous perennial with attrative palmate leaves with leathery toothed leaflets. The attractive flowers are a couple inces across and are white or purple tinged or ...


Heteropterys glabra
Common Name: Redwing

Redwing (Heteropterys glabra) is a vining or scandent deciduous shrub with small lanceolate leaves and clusters of yellow flowers followed by red winged fruits that look just like maple "keys".  It is not related...


Hibiscus aculeatus
Common Name: Pineland Hibiscus
Pineland Hibiscus is a perennial species native to the southeastern U.S. Coastal Plain where it grows in flatwoods and damp roadside ditches, etc. It is more spreading, branched, and prickly than other native Hibiscus. The leaves are deeply lobed a...

Hibiscus coccineus
Common Name: Red Rose-Mallow

This tall open perennial Hibiscus with maple-like (or Marijuana-like !) leaves has bright red 3-5 inch flowers with extended stamens.  It is a striking ornamental Hibiscus that grows naturally in very wet sites in the southern U.S. but i...


Hibiscus coccineus 'Lone Star'
Common Name: Scarlet Rose Mallow - White form

This tall perennial Hibiscus with maple-like or marijuana-like leaves typical of Hibiscus coccineus (which see) but this little-known cultivar has pure white flowers rather than red.   Grows well in wet to moist soil i...


Hibiscus cubensis
Common Name: Cuban Rose Mallow

This tall perennial hibiscus has gray-green foliage and slightly prickly stems.  The flowers are fairly large purplish pink.  It grows naturally in marshy places but is fine in ordinary garden soils in sunny location. This litt...


Hibiscus dasycalyx
Common Name: Neches River Hibiscus

A very rare and endangered perennial Hibiscus found on the Neches River in east Texas where it is threatened by hybridizaton with Hibiscus militaris. This species has multiple stems from a thick base. It is readily distinguished by the na...


Hibiscus grandiflorus
Common Name: Great Rose Hibiscus

This is a tall perennial Hibiscus with gray-green soft pubescent foliage. The large pink flowers are very showy. This Hibiscus is native to very wet habitats in the Deep South but grows well in ordinary garden soil that is moist or irrigated. It s...


Hibiscus hamabo
Common Name: Yellow Hibiscus

This woody Hibiscus is a tall branching shrub to 15 feet or more It bears single yellow flowers with a crimson spot at the base. This large shrub has wide rounded deciduous leaves. The bright yellow hibiscus flowers are produced in the summer. Thi...


Hibiscus militaris
Common Name: Halberd-leaf Hibiscus
A relatively widespread native perennial Hibiscus found along streams and in wet areas in the southern U.S. The leaves and stems are smooth and the pointed leaves are halberd shaped. The flowers borne in summer are a pink with a reddish base. Like ...

Hibiscus mutabilis 'Plena'
Common Name: Confederate Rose

Confederate Rose is neither Confederate nor Rose. It is a shrub Hibiscus native to China. A wonderful big multi-stem deciduous shrub with leaves like a cotton plant and large double peony-like showy flowers in the fall that open white and change t...


Hibiscus mutabilis 'Rubrum'
Common Name: Single Red Confederate Rose

This Hibiscus mutabilis has slightly smaller and smoother leaves than the "Confederate Rose" and the bright red Hibiscus flowers that are single, not double, and do not change color. It is a warm climate shrub so will freeze back some or ...


Hibiscus palustris
Common Name: Rose-mallow, Pink

The Pink Rose-mallow is a close relative of Hibiscus moscheutos and occupies similar wetland habitats, mostly in the northeastern U.S. It is likewise an attractive garden perennial when grown in good soil with ample moisture and a sunny l...


Hibiscus x sp. 'Peppermint Flare'
Common Name: Hibiscus, Peppermint Flare

This perennial Hibiscus hybrid is a 2010 Texas Superstar award winner.  It was selected by Greg Grant and is floral sport or perhaps a seedling of 'Flare' a H. moscheutos hybrid developed by Dr. Sam McFadden...


Holboellia coriacea
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Holboellia coriacea is a very nice evergreen twining vine native to western China. Little-known in cultivation but well worth growing on a shady or semi-shady arbor or pergola in the southern garden. Our plants were propagated from the Ch...


Holmskoldia sanguinea
Common Name: Chinese Hat Plant

The Chinese Hat Plant is a viney shrub native to the Himalayas and southeast Asia.  Leaves are thin, green, several inches long and 2 inches wide with a long tip and serrated edges.  They are borne opposite or in whorls on long will...


Hosta tardiflora
Common Name: Plantain Lily
Hostas come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and varieties with immaginative names. We wouldn't begin to tackle these! This small growing Hosta is a neat little green leaf species from Japan that flowers in fall and adds a nice touch to the woodland ga...

Hosta yingeri
Common Name: Yinger's Plantain Lily

This Hosta species was introduced from an island off Korea by our plantsman friend Barry Yinger for whom this previously undescribed species was named. It is distinctive for its very glossy leaves. It has grown well here in South Carolina and...


Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'
Common Name: Smooth Hydrangea 'Annabelle'

'Annabelle' is a selection of our native Hydrangea arborescens. It is a deciduous shrub to 5 or even 6 feet with very showy white snowball flower clusters in early summer.  It was selected by the late Dr. J.C. McDaniel at t...


Hydrangea macrophylla 'All Summer Beauty'
Common Name: Hydrangea 'All Summer Beauty'
This popular Macrophylla Hydrangea is a compact, 3 to 4 foot deciduous shrub with sterile mophead flowers supposedly produced on new growth. Flower color will vary according to soil. Pink flowers (Alkaline soil) or Blue flowers (Acid soil) If old fl...

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Mariesii'
Common Name: Lacecap Hydrangea Cultivar
This fine Hydrangea produces large, graceful, lace-cap flowers which can be pink (alkaline soil) or blue (Acid soil) It can grow to 6 feet. If old flowers are removed, Hydrangea may flower again in August. Choose planting site with shade from the h...

Hydrangea quercifolia 'Alice'
Common Name: Oakleaf Hydrangea 'Alice'

Oakleaf Hydrantgea is a large deciduous shrub with large oak-like leaves, big panicles of white flowers, and exfoliating bark,  It is native almost exclusively to rich woods in Alabama but is very widely grown as a favored ornamental shrub. &...


Hydrangea quercifolia 'Alison'
Common Name: Oakleaf Hydrangea 'Alison'

'Alison' is a large deciduous shrub with large oak-like leaves, big panicles of white flowers, and exfoliating bark, this species is native almost exclusively to rich woods in Alabama but is very widely grown as a favored ornamental shrub. 'Alison...


Hymenocallis liriosme
Common Name: Texas Spiderlily[
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Hypericum frondosum 'Sunburst'
Common Name: Cedarglade St. Johnswort 'Sunburst'

This Hypericum is a semi-evergreen shrub with blue-green foliage and powderpuff golden flowers in summer. This species is widely scattered as a native plant in the southeastern U.S. The selection 'Sunburst' was made by Dr. Richard Lighty of Mt. Cu...


Hypericum lissophloeus
Common Name: Smooth-barked St. Johnswort
Woodlanders was probably the first nursery to offer this rare tree-like hypericum native to a limited area in the Florida Panhandle. It is a graceful evergreen to 10 feet with needle-like leaves and outstanding copper-colored exfoliating bark. Native...

Hypericum reductum
Common Name: Atlantic St. Johnswort

This Hypericum is a low heatherlike needle-leafed evergreen shrub with yellow flowers.  This St. Johnswort is native to open sites with deep sandy soils in coastal plain of the southeastern U.S. and is one of our favorite Hypericums.  It...

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