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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...

Hedychium coccineum 'Disney'
Common Name: Scarlet Ginger, Disney
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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...


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 lasiocarpus
Common Name: Wooly Mallow
A perennial Hibiscus native to central and southern U.S. This species has rather wooly grayish leaves. Adaptable to ordinary garden soil in sunny location with ample moisture, this species has 4-5 inch wide pink or white flowers with a red center. It...

Hibiscus moscheutos
Common Name: Swamp Rose Mallow
This common perennial Hibiscus or Marsh Mallow is found in wet areas, including brackish marshes, throughout the eastern U.S. It has relatively large broad and lobed leaves and showy white flowers with a dark center. This species makes a good garde...

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 syriacus 'Freedom'
Common Name: 'Freedom' Rose-of-Sharon

This highly recommended selection of Althea or Rose of Sharon was from Shadow Nursery in Tennessee.  It has semi-double red flowers which close in rainy weather but it is long flowering in summer.   Can be used in border or gro...


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...

Hydrangea angustipetala f. formosa
Common Name: Hydrangea, Willow leaf

This deciduous shrub is a Hydrangea but has willow-like leaves. Flowers are tiny yellowish fertile flowers with scattered marginal white fading to yellowish fertile florets. This is a new and little-known introduction which we obtained from Tony A...


Hydrangea macrophylla 'Blue Billows'
Common Name: Lacecap Hydrangea Cultivar
This lacecap Hydrangea grown from Korean seed and selected by Dr. Richard Lighty of Mount Cuba Gardens in Delaware has blue flowers (in acid soil)and has shown good bud hardiness in colder zones. If old flowers are removed, hydrangea may flower again...

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...


Hydrangea serrata 'Woodlander'
Common Name: Serrated Hydrangea Cultivar

This Woodlanders introduction was grown from seed that we obtained from Chollipo Arboretum in Korea. This Hydrangea serrata is a small-leafed selection that has been much admired here. The serrated deciduous leaves display a purplish cast...


Hymenocallis liriosme
Common Name: Texas Spiderlily[
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Hypericum densiflorum
Common Name: Hypericum, Dense

This Hypericum is a dense twiggy shrub with small dark green narrow leaves and golden yellow flower clusters from summer to fall. It is stoloniferous so spreads to form colonies.  It is native to southeastern U.S. mostly on moist, or eve...


Hypericum nudiflorum
Common Name: St. Johnswort
Slender medium size shrubby St. Johnswort with relatively wide light green leaves. Rather uncommon along streams and swamps in the Southeast. Long oval leaves are light green and flowers are golden with many stamens as is typical for the Hypericums....

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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