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Jasminum beesianum
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This little Jasmine vine from western China has small deciduous leaves which are dull dark green and taper to a point. It develops a dense tangle of slender stems and is noteworthy for its flowers which while small are fragrant and of an unusual dee...

Jasminum nudiflorum
Common Name: Winter Jasmine
Winter Jasmine produces a broad spreading rounded mass of trailing branches arising from a central crown. It could be trained on a trellis but is usually planted on slopes or embankments. It is one of the hardiest Jasmines and is valued for its yell...

Jasminum officinale var. grandiflorum
Common Name: Spanish Jasmine

Deciduous or semi-evergreen vine similar to Jasminum officinale but less vigorous, less hardy, but with larger white fragrant flowers. In southern Europe it is grown to make perfume. Recommend planting on a trellis in a very sheltere...


Jasminum x stephanense
Common Name: Jasmine, Hybrid

Jasminum x stephanense (Jasminum beesianum x Jasminum officinale)is a rather vigorous semi-evergreen vine or scrambling shrub with small pinnate or incompletely compound leaves Flowers small, pink, fragrant. Hybri...


Juniperus coahuilensis
Common Name: Juniper, Roseberry

This low-branched and shrubby Juniper, (commonly called Cedar) is a medium sized evergreen tree native to the southwestern desert grasslands.  Its species name relates to the border state of Coahuila, Mexico.  Like other Junipers the mal...


Juniperus communis var. depressa
Common Name: Ground Juniper
Prostrate, vigorous evergreen tolerant of dry, sandy soil. Southernmost form from Aiken, SC. (See DIR)...

Justicia brandegeana
Common Name: Shrimp Plant
Shrimp Plant is so called because of the shape and color of the terminal flower clusters. This subtropical plant is native of Mexico and is an evergreen shrub in frost free climates. In colder areas it is grown as an annual or in much of the Deep s...

Kalmia latifolia x hirsuta
Common Name: Hybrid Laurel

This seemingly unlikely hybrid between the common Mountainlaurel (Kalmia latifolia) and the diminutive, less well-known, and very different Sandhill Laurel (Kalmia hirsuta) of the Deep South was probably first mad...


Koelreuteria paniculata
Common Name: Goldenraintree

Golden Raintree is a small to medium size deciduous tree with compound leaves.  It is grown for the abundant panicles of showy golden flowers in early summer (later northward).  It is an excellent adaptable tree for lawn areas.  It ...


Koelreuteria paniculata 'Woodlanders Low Form'
Common Name: Goldenrain Tree, Low Form

Goldenrain tree is a medium size deciduous tree with compound leaves and showy panicles of small yellow flowers.  We originally received this variety from Chollipo Arboretum in Korea where it grew near coastal beaches as a shrubby f...


Kolkwitzia amabilis 'Pink Cloud'
Common Name: Beautybush

This large deciduous shrub has showy pink flowers in spring. Dr. Michael Dirr in his "anual of Woody Landscape Plants says: "E.H. Wilson considered it one of the finest plants he introduced into cultivation" and that is saying a lot ...


Kosteletzkya virginica
Common Name: Seaside Mallow
Seaside Mallow is a medium size perennial with grayish leaves and showy 2 inch pink Hibiscus-like flowers in summer. It is a plant native primarily to brackish marshes in the eastern U.S. but it is good in sunny garden beds and borders....

Kosteletzkya virginica 'Alba'
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Seaside Mallow is a medium size perennial with grayish leaves and showy 2 inch pink Hibiscus-like flowers in summer. It is a plant native primarily to brackish marshes in the eastern U.S. but it is good in sunny garden beds and borders. This selec...


Lagerstroemia fauriei
Common Name: Copper-barked Crape Myrtle

This species of Crepe Myrtle from Yakushima Island, Japan is tree-like, has white flowers. and spectacular copper-colored bark. It is one of the parent species for the "Indian Tribe" hybrids (including the very popular 'Natchez') i...


Lagerstroemia indica 'Bayou Marie'
Common Name: Crepe Myrtle, 'Bayou Marie'

'Bayou Marie' is a smaller Crepemyrtle selected by David Chopin of Washington, PA and introduced by Hines Nursery in California.  Likewise with the variety 'New Orleans' which is also in the "Dixie Series".  'Bayou M...


Lagerstroemia indica 'New Orleans'
Common Name: Crepemyrtle, 'New Orleans' Dwarf

There are now many named varieties of dwarf Crepemyrtle.  'New Orleans' is a purple-flowered clone in the "Dixie Series" which Dirr (Manual of Woody Landscape Plants) calls "minature weeping crapemyrtles".  As with other Crepemy...


Lagerstroemia indica 'Pixie White'
Common Name: Crepe Myrtle, Pixie White
A dwarf white Crepemyrtle probably the same as 'Dwarf White' or 'Snow'from Greenleaf Nursery or Hines Nursery. In any case a good white flowered selection that stays relatively small (perhaps six feet) and useful in smaller landscapes or in container...

Lagerstroemia indica x fauerei 'Pocomoke'
Common Name: Dwarf Crape Myrtle Cultivar
'Pocomoke' is one of the first two minature hybrid crepemyrtles released by the U.S. National Arboretum. This selection with deep pink flowers is ideal for containers, small spaces, and rock garden type plantings. Retains dense mounded habit without...

Lantana camara 'Hybrida'
Common Name: Yellow Lantana

This Lantana is a creeping and drought tolerant hybrid that is hardy in a sheltered spot in zones 8 and 9.  It makes a low groundcover and procuces showy yellow flowers over a long time period in summer.   Given rich soil and ample ...


Lantana camara 'Miss Huff'
Common Name: Hardy Lantana

'Miss Huff' is a now popular form of this very floriferous orange-flowered shrub attractive to butterflies. Discovered in cultivation near Athens, GA, and introduced by Goodness Grows Nursery, 'Miss Huff' Lantana is a good warm climate shrub ...


Lantana montevidensis
Common Name: Trailing Lantana

A small-leafed trailing Lantana with purple flowers.   It is a good vigodrous groundcover for sunny, well-drained sites in the Deep South. After frost kills the tops the plants can be cut back and mulched for the winter.  ...


Laurus nobilis x Umbellularia californica
Common Name: Hybrid Bay

Obtained as cuttings from the J. C. Raulston Arboretum in Raleigh, NC this large shrub or small tree has evergreen foliage that is is highly aromatic as are both parents. We expect this to become a small tree. NOTE: This may be 'Saratoga' a p...


Leitneria floridana
Common Name: Florida Corkwood
Corkwood is an uncommon shrub which forms colonies of tall slender stems in moist to wet soil in a few places in the southeastern U.S. and the lower Mississippi valley. It is notable for the very light wood which has been used like cork for fishing f...

Ligustrum quihoui
Common Name: Waxyleaf Privet

This is an uncommon deciduous shrub to 12 feet.  It is much like some other "Privet" species but is much more showy in flower.  Krussmann in Cultivated Broad-leaved Trees and Shrubs says: "Muc...


Lindera strychnifolia
Common Name: Japanese Evergreen Spicebush
This Asian shrub is a beautiful evergreen spicebush with glossy, rather heart-shaped leaves about 3 inches broad and with prominent veins. The flowers are greenish yellow but not very showy and the berries are black. The plant is worth growing for th...

Lonicera sempervirens 'Leo'
Common Name: Trumpet Honeysuckle 'Leo'
This semi-evergreen vine has blue-green leaves, some of which encircle the stems. Bright red tubular flowers over a long period attract hummingbirds. This is an excellent free-flowering clone of our native red honeysuckle. We have been unable to dis...

Lonicera x tellmanniana
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This honeysuckle vine is a hybrid of our native Coral Honeysuckle (Lonicera sempervirens) and the Chinese L. tragophylla. Hillier (Manual of Trees and Shrubs) calls it "A superb hybrid".  It has larg...


Lygodium japonicum
Common Name: Japanese Climbing Fern

This very attractive climbing fern is an attractive foliage vine for a trellis or arbor but this species has become an invasive nuisance in some Deep South bottomlands. For this reason it should probably not be planted in zone 9 or in some of...


Lyonia ligustrina
Common Name: Maleberry

Maleberry is a hardy deciduous shrub found in moist acid soil from Maine to Florida and Texas.  It has terminal clusters of small bell-like to rounded white flowers in late spring.  It is an ericaceous plant related to blueberries, azale...

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