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Magnolia ashei
Common Name: Ashe Magnolia
Ashe Magnolia is a rare deciduous tree with very large leaves like its close relative the Bigleaf Magnolia (Magnolia macrophylla) but is much more shrub-like in growth habit. It has large white blossoms with a purple blotch at the base of the petals...

Magnolia laevifolia
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This lovely small evergreen Magnolia from Yunnan, China has relatively small dark green leaves.  It been through a number of name changes having been called several different Michelia and Magnolia species including Michelia crassipes, Ma...


Magnolia stellata 'Royal Star'
Common Name: Star Magnolia Cultivar
Star Magnolia, a hardy Japanese species, is a large rounded shrub with deciduous leaves 3-4 inches long. It is valued for its late winter or very early spring display of white star-like blossoms which cover the plant before the leaves come out. 'Roy...

Magnolia virginiana var. australis
Common Name: Southern Sweetbay

Large, fully evergreen tree.   Magnolia virginiana ranges from Massachusetts southward to Florida and westward to east Texas.   Several variants have been named and described but two distinct forms are the more shrubby...


Malus doumeyi
Common Name: Taiwan Crabapple

This small tree native to woodlands in southern China and Taiwan is evergreen to semi-evergreen and bears edible small apples.  It is sometimes classified as or confused with the genus Docynia.  An interesting but rarely seen tree that i...


Malvaviscus arboreus
Common Name: Turk's-cap

This subtropical Hibiscus relative is herbaceous in zone 8 but a shrubby evergreen in frost free areas.   It produces bright red flowers 2-3 inches long. The petals do not open out flat like Hibiscus but it is a showy garden subject for ...


Malvaviscus arboreus (pink)
Common Name: Turk's-cap

This subtropical Hibiscus relative is herbaceous in zone 8 but a shrubby evergreen in frost free zones.  Flowers are normally bright red and 2-3 inches long but this is the uncommon pink-flowered form.   The petals do not open out f...


Malvaviscus drummondii
Common Name: Small Turk's-cap

This Hibiscus relative is native to the Gulf Coast states and southward but widely grown elsewhere. It is a shrubby plant with bright red flowers less than two inches long but showy over a long period during the hot months and attractive to hummin...


Manfreda maculosa
Common Name: Rattlesnake Master

This perennial succulent is a member of the Amaryllis Family native to Texas.  It has 1 foot long soft fleshly, often dark spotted, leaves like the related Agave but they are not evergreen. The tall flower spikes produce spidery creamy white ...


Metasequoia glyptostroboides
Common Name: Dawn Redwood
Dawn Redwood is a large Chinese tree, a deciduous conifer, somewhat like Baldcypress (Taxodium). It was first known only from the fossil record but was found growing wild in a remote area of China in 1941. Some of the first Metasequoia planted in th...

Mimosa strigillosa
Common Name: Powderpuff
This native Mimosa is a prostrate deciduous groundcover with compound feathery leaves. It is vigorous and will cover bare areas with attractive foliage punctuated by erect 10 inch stems bearing marshmallow size pink powderpuff flowers. Found from Fl...

Monarda x 'Jacob Cline'
Common Name: Scarlet Beebalm

Monarda didyma is a fine clump or patch forming perennial native to eastern North America. It is a lovely red-flowered plant that produces flowers in terminal whorls on tall stems. Plant in rich moist soil with full sun or afternoon shade...


Moraea bicolor
Common Name: Butterfly Iris

Also known as Dietes bicolor, this clump forming rhizomatous subtropical Iris relative has long narrow grass-like leaves about 2'long. The flat yellow flowers have brown spots at the base of the petals.  This is a very striking plan...


Muhlenbergia capillaris
Common Name: Sweetgrass

A distinctive wiry upright bunch grass with beautiful reddish plumes up to about 3 feet tall. Blooms in late summer and fall. A choice ornamental grass for sunny bed or border. Native to southeastern U.S.   In the coastal area of South C...


Myrica cerifera 'Luray'
Common Name: Southern Waxmyrtle Cultivar

Myrica cerifera is a small tree or large shrub with aromatic evergreen foliage.  It is native to the southern U.S.   'Luray' is a male clone selected in Hampton County, SC by Bob McCartney for its dense ...


Myrica pensylvanica
Common Name: Northern Bayberry

This is the Northern Bayberry, the berries are the source of the wax once used to make Bayberry candles.  It is native in the northeast and along the immediate coastline to North Carolina.  It is a deciduous shrub growing to around ...


Myrica pumila
Common Name: Dwarf Waxmyrtle

The dwarf waxmyrtle native to frequently burned pinelands in the southern U.S. is also known as Myrica cerifera pumila or Myrica pusilla. It is a dense spreading evergreen shrub with small aromatic leaves that can form patches or...


Myrica pumila 'Willow Leaf'
Common Name: Southern Dwarf Waxmyrtle Cultivar

Morella is the now preferred name for the genus.  The dwarf waxmyrtle native to frequently burned pinelands in the southern U.S. is also known as Myrica cerifera pumila or Myrica pusilla.    It is a dense spreading eve...


Myrtus communis
Common Name: True Myrtle

This is the classic myrtle of the ancients.  It is an evergreen shrub with small glossy leaves and white flowers and is a nice plant for a sunny spot with well-drained soil where it can be used for topiary, bonsai, hedging. or as a speci...


Nerium oleander 'Double Pink'
Common Name: Double Pink Oleander

Oleander is a large sun-loving evergreen Mediterranean shrub cultivated since ancient times. It has dark green leathery lance shaped leaves in whorls around the long sparingly branched stems. The fragrant flower clusters, in variou...


Nerium oleander 'Double Yellow'
Common Name: Oleander 'Double Yellow'
Oleander is a large sun-loving evergreen Mediterranean shrub cultivated since ancient times. It has dark green leathery lance shaped leaves in whorls around the long sparingly branched stems. The fragrant flower clusters, in various colors, are sho...

Nerium oleander 'Hardy Pink'
Common Name: Oleander 'Hardy Pink'
Oleander is a large sun-loving evergreen Mediterranean shrub cultivated since ancient times. It has dark green leathery lance shaped leaves in whorls around the long sparingly branched stems. The fragrant flower clusters, in various colors, are sho...

Nerium oleander 'Hardy Red'
Common Name: Oleander 'Hardy Red'
Oleander is a large sun-loving evergreen Mediterranean shrub cultivated since ancient times. It has dark green leathery lance shaped leaves in whorls around the long sparingly branched stems. The fragrant flower clusters, in various colors, are sho...

Nerium oleander 'White'
Common Name: Oleander 'White'

Oleander is a large sun-loving evergreen Mediterranean shrub cultivated since ancient times. It has dark green leathery lance shaped leaves in whorls around the long sparingly branched stems. The fragrant flower clusters, in various colors, are sh...


Nyssa aquatica
Common Name: Water Tupelo

Water Tupelo is a large swamp tree which in frequently flooded areas often has a swollen base . The relatively large pointed leaves turn bright yellow in fall.  It will grow in average moist soil or in very wet conditions....


Nyssa ogeche
Common Name: Ogechee Plum

The Ogechee Tupelo is a medium sized deciduous tree with rather large leaves and large red fruits on the female plants. The sour fruits have been used for jelly.  It grows in creek and river swamps but is adaptable to well-drained s...


Nyssa sylvatica
Common Name: Black Gum
Black Gum, known in the North as Tupelo or Pepperidge, is a medium to large deciduous tree native to eastern U.S. It is a very desirable landscape tree valued for the brilliant orange-red fall color. It is adaptable to various soil types but is not...

Odontonema callistachyum
Common Name: Purple Firespike

Similar to Odontonema stricta, the Cardinal Spear, but leaves perhaps somewhat larger and more fleshy and the large colorful spikes of flowers are purple rather than red. Obtained from JoAnn Breland at Hampton Park in Charleston, SC and s...


Olea yunnaensis
Common Name: Yunnan Olive
Our source, Camellia Forest Nursery in North Carolina, described this plant as an Osmanthus-like evergreen becoming a small tree with small black fruit. It was collected near a temple in China at about 7,000 feet elevation. This little-known new intr...

Osmanthus americanus
Common Name: Wild Olive

Osmanthus americanus is an evergreen shrub or tree with smooth margined elliptical leaves and small white flowers in spring. It is native to the southeastern U.S., primarily in coastal plain woodlands. 'Devilwood', so named for it's diffi...


Osmanthus armatus
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Osmanthus armatus is an uncommon large multi-branched shrub with thick lustrous dark green holly-like leaves with prominent marginal and terminal spines. Leaves may become spineless on mature plants.  It has fragrant cream-white flowers in au...


Osmanthus fragrans 'Conger Yellow'
Common Name: Tea Olive 'Conger Yellow'
Tea Olive is an evergreen Asian shrub that can become almost tree-like in mild climates. The leaves are about 3 inches long with small marginal teeth. It is highly prized in southern U.S. gardens for the deliciously fragrant small white flowers that...

Osmanthus fragrans 'Fudingzhu'
Common Name: Fudingzhu Tea Olive

This is a cultivar of Osmanthus fragrans (which see).  It is notable for the abundance of it's fragrant flowers.  Various clones of Tea Olive are noteworthy for their fragrance but in this clone the small white flowers...


Osmanthus heterophyllus 'Goshiki'
Common Name: Holly Osmanthusm 'Goshiki'
'Goshiki' means Five colors in Japanese and this rather dwarf form of Holly Osmanthus is highly variegated with flecks of creamy or yellow variegation against the dark green background of the holly-like evergreen foliage. The new growth has showy pi...

Osmanthus heterophyllus 'Purpureus'
Common Name: Holly Osmanthus

Holly Osmanthus is a large evergreen Asian shrub with holly-like leaves and fragrant white flowers. It is a long time favorite in southern gardens and is useful for hedges, borders. screen, or barrier plantings. It is best in sun or semi-shade wit...


Osmanthus heterophyllus 'Sasaba'
Common Name: Holly Osmanthus 'Sasaba'
Evergreen shrub with small leaves whose sharp marginal and terminal spines point in all directions. Dirr says: A plant handler's worst nightmare with deeply cut, incised, sharp, spiny, stiff, lustrous dark green leaves..." This uncommon Japanese cl...

Osmanthus suavis
Common Name: Sweet Olive

Sweet Olive is an evergreen shrub with rather small serrated and pointed leaves.  It bears clusters of small fragrant trumpet-shaped white flowers.  This attractive shrub is surprisingly rare in cultivation.  It is native to th...


Osmanthus x fortunei ''San Jose''
Common Name: ' San Jose' Fortune's Osmanthus

This large evergreen shrub is a hybrid between Holly Osmanthus (Osmanthus heterophyllus) and Tea Olive (O. fragrans).  'San Jose' has thinner, more finely toothed leaves, and more upright growth habit th...


Osmanthus x fortunei 'Natchez'
Common Name: 'Nachez' Fortune's Osmanthus

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