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Rhamnus caroliniana
Common Name: Carolina Buckthorn
Carolina Buckthorn is a small deciduous tree with shiny, dark green foliage and attractive red fruit that matures into a deep purple or black. The fruits ripen in August and remain on the tree until around October. Relatively unknown to gardeners and...

Rhaphiolepis indica 'Ballerina'
Common Name: 'Ballerina' Indian Hawthorn

Indian Hawthorn and Yeddo Hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis indica and R. umbellata) have become very popular landscape plants in the southern U.S.  These dense evergreen shrubs come in many named varities which vary in...


Rhaphiolepis umbellata 'Blueberry Muffin'
Common Name: Indian Hawthorn

The leaves of this handsome Asian evergreen shrub are resistant to leaf spot   They are gray-green when they first open, and later mature to a dark green or blue-green color.  In winter the leaves may turn a subdued purple-green. The whi...


Rhododendron alabamense 'Frosty'
Common Name: Alabama Azalea 'Frosty'

'Frosty' is a named cultivar of Rhododendron alabamense (which see).  Cuttings of this form were shared with us by our "Plant Nut" friend Dean Jolly.  It is said to have been selected years ago in southwest Georgia by Terry...


Rhododendron arborescens 'Early'
Common Name: Early Sweet Azalea

Rhododendron arborescens is a tall deciduous native azalea with fragrant white flowers with red stamens.  This form of the Sweet Azalea is from a disjunct population of this shrub discovered by Woodland...


Rhododendron atlanticum
Common Name: Coast Azalea

Rhododendron atlanticum is a dedciduous azalea of suckering habit (stoloniferous). The leaves are bluish-green. The white, clove -scented flowers occur with or slightly before the leaves. The corolla is covered with sticky glands.  T...


Rhododendron atlanticum x austrinum (Pale Yellow)
Common Name: Native Azalea Hybrid

This fragrant early pale yellow flowered hybrid azalea is from a cross of two native azaleas which do not occurs together in the wild. Made some years ago by the late Robert Mackintosh it was introduced by Woodlanders. The flowers are si...


Rhododendron austrinum
Common Name: Florida Azalea

The Florida Azalea is a large growing deciduous azalea.   The fragrant golden yellow flowers appear very early.  It blooms here in South Carolina in late March to early April.  It is one of the best native ...


Rhododendron austrinum 'Harrison's Red'
Common Name: Florida Azalea 'Harrison's Red'

 

The Florida Azalea is a large growing deciduous azalea.   The fragrant flowers very early and typically yellow. The flowers of this clone are a unique coral color.  This selection was ...


Rhododendron austrinum hybrid ''Admiral Semmes''
Common Name:
Deciduous shrub azalea well suited to the Deep South's heat and humidity. One of the Tom Dodd "Confederate Series" this one is named for Confederate Admiral Raphael Semmes. It is a gorgeous large flowered yellow hybrid between the Exbury Hybrid 'Hots...

Rhododendron canescens 'Clyo Red'
Common Name: Piedmont Azalea 'Clyo Red'

This deciduous native azalea is possibly a hybrid between R. canscens x R. flammeum though we consider it the deepest red-pink selection of Rhododendron canescens (which see). We found this Woodlanders introduction in Effingham C...


Rhododendron chapmanii x dauricum 'Chapmanii Wonder'
Common Name: Azalea hybrid, 'Chapmanii Wonder'

A Japanese plant breeder crossed our endangered Florida native Rhododendron chapmanii with the very hardy white flowered form of Rhododendron dauricum, a species native to eastern Asia.  This resulted in this ...


Rhododendron colemanii
Common Name: Azalea, Red Hills

The Red Hills Azalea is a recently recognized species of native deciduous azalea first described in 2008.  It had previously been confused with Rhododendron alabamense which flowers earlier and has consistently white flowers with a y...


Rhododendron eastmanii
Common Name: May White Azalea

Maywhite Rhododendron is a rather recently described species from the South Carolina midlands.  It was probably first found by Mike Creel of Lexington, SC a retired Dept of Natural Resources employee who was our source.   It has whi...


Rhododendron flammeum 'Florence'
Common Name: Azalea, Oconee 'Florence'

'Florence' is a robust selection or possibly hybrid of Rhododendron flammeum (which see).  It was selected and named by our friend Charles Webb of Superior Trees in Florida.  Florence, for whom it is named, is the wife...


Rhododendron oldhamii
Common Name: Taiwan Azalea

This spreading open-branched evergreen azalea has dull green to yellowish-green fuzzy leaves.  The deep pink to rust colored flowers may appear sporadically through summer, but typically this species flowers in the fall, which is a uniqu...


Rhododendron periclymenoides 'Purple'
Common Name: Pinxterbloom Azalea

Rhododendron periclymenoides was formerly known as Rhododendron nudiflorum. a medium sized multi-branched, stoloniferous decidious shrub. This normally pink-flowered species is widespread in the eastern U.S.  This unusu...


Rhododendron prunifolium
Common Name: Azalea, Plumleaf

This native deciduous azalea is considered one of the finest of the American Azaleas. It has orange-red to red flowers in July and August, much later than most native azaleas. It is a rare species found only in western Georgia and ...


Rhododendron serrulatum
Common Name: Hammocksweet Azalea

A large growing native deciduous azalea that ranges farthest south into central Florida.  It is one of the latest flowering of the azaleas, sometimes blooming in Setember.  It has rather small fragrant white flowers and grows in swampy a...


Rhododendron x ''Pastel #04''
Common Name: Azalea, Native Pastel Hybrid

A spontaneous hybrid probably including  Rhododendron. alabamensis, R. canescens and R. flammeum. Blooms in mid-spring. A happy blend of colors which adds interest to any garden. Woodlanders regularly offers several numbered selectio...


Rhododendron x 'Pastel #06'
Common Name: Native Azalea Pastel Hybrid
Floriferous. A spontaneous hybrid probably involving R. alabamensis, R. canescens and R. flammeum. Mid-spring blooming. Flowers are a light to mid orange. An exclusive Woodlanders' introduction....

Rhododendron x alabamensis 'Addison'
Common Name: Azalea, Hybrid 'Addison'

'Addison' is a tall-growing, open deciduous native azalea from Rhododendron alabamense (which see) seed.  It is surely a hybrid but exact parentage is unknown.  It was first named 'Stunning' because that describes the large dens...


Rhododendron x kosterana x prinophyllum
Common Name: Mollis Azalea Hybrid

This upright deciduous shrub with large flowers that are orange marked with yellow. This hardy azalea is a large flowered cross made by Woodlanders founder the late Robert Mackintosh who crossed our native Roseshell Azalea (Rhododend...


Rhododendron x Pastel 'Casille'
Common Name: Azalea 'Casille'

'Cassile' is a spontaneous hybrid between R. alabamensis, R. canescens and R. flammeum. This azalea blooms in mid-spring with flowers that are an exciting blend of colors.  This exclusive Woodlanders' introduction was named by George Mitchell...


Rhodoleia championii
Common Name: Rhodoleia

Rhodoleia is a large evergreen shrub or small tree native to China.  It is a beautiful plant with thick, shiny, somewhat rounded  leaves that are glaucous underneath.  It has drooping rose-colored flower clusters in ...


Rhus aromatica
Common Name: Fragrant Sumac

This sumac is a fine textured deciduous shrub with leaves remarkably like poison oak but harmless, somewhat blue green, and aromatic.  Female plants produce clusters of hairy red fruit persistent into winter. Can be used for massing on b...


Rhus glabra
Common Name: Smooth Sumac

Smooth Sumac is a colony-forming large tree form deciduous shrub that is good for mass planting in sunny sites with dry soil.   It could be grown as a single tree-like specimen if root suckers are controlled.  The long pinnate leave...


Rhus typhina
Common Name: Staghorn Sumac
Colonial shrub or small tree. Very adaptable to all sunny environments except water logged areas. Bright green pinnate leaves and redish-brown fuzzy stem. Leaves turn yellow, orange, and scarlet in fall. Greenish yellow flowers and persistent red fru...

Ribes curvatum
Common Name: Granite Gooseberry

Granite Gooseberry is a rare shrub found on rocky soils in widely scattered localities from Georgia to Texas.  It is a deciduous shrub with arching branches which root where they contact the ground.  It has rath...


Rohdea japonica 'Claudia Phelps'
Common Name: Sacred Lily of China

Rohdea makes a bold groundcover grown for its dark almost black tufted evergreen leaves.   This plant should be planted in the shade where it adds interest to a winter landscape.  The rather sizeable red berries are somewhat hidden ...


Rosa banksiae 'Albo-plena'
Common Name: Rose 'White Lady Banks'

 

Lady Banks Rose is an old southern Garden favorite.  This thornless climber has abundant but small lightly fragrant double yellow flowers in the typical form but this the form with double white flowers


Rosa banksiae 'Lutea'
Common Name: Rose 'Lady Banks'

Lady Banks Rose is an old southern Garden favorite.  This thornless climber has abundant but small lightly fragrant double yellow flowers in spring. This rose is very adaptable and vigorous and requires much less special care ...


Rosa hybrid 'Louis Philippe'
Common Name: Louis Philippe Rose

'Louis Philippe' Rose, also known as Cracker Rose is a long time favorite in the Deep South where it thrives and is quite trouble free.  It was introduced into Texas from France in 1834.  The 2-3 inch wide double flowers are re...


Rosa sp. 'Magic Dragon'
Common Name: Rose 'Magic Dragon'

'Magic Dragon' is a small-flowered deep red rose that is trailing or semi climbing, long blooming, and trouble free. Its leaves are small, dark green, and leathery. It blooms from mid spring to mid fall and should have full sun. George Mitchell go...


Rosa sp. 'Old Blush'
Common Name: China Rose 'Old Blush'

We don't usually sell a lot of roses but we love this old fashioned trouble free southern favorite with medium semi-double pink flowers in clusters. It is a rambling climber that is ideal for arbors, etc.  William Welch (P...


Rosmarinus officinalis
Common Name: Common Rosemary

This familiar and highly aromatic shrub has evergreen needle-like leaves and blue flowers.  It is a standard culinary herb native to the Mediterranean region  It requires full sun and well-drained, preferably neutral to slightly alk...


Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus'
Common Name: Prostrate Rosemary

This is a low trailing form of the Common Rosemary. It likewise has blue flowers, and aromatic needle-like evergreen leaves.  It is a Mediterranean native which should have full sun and a well-drained, preferably alkaline, soil...


Rostrincula dependens
Common Name: Rostrincula

Rostrincula is an unusual deciduous shrub recently introduced from south China and not widely available.  It is in the mint family and resemblea a Butterfly Bush (Buddleia) but the unusual flowers which appear in summer are pinkish ...


Rubus irenaeus
Common Name: Bigleaf Raspberry

This raspberry relative is an attractive trailing vine with large rounded evergreen leaves (6' or more diameter) and weak prickles.  It is a rare and handsome groundcover plant that can live in full shade to full sun. This plant is also attra...


Ruellia caroliniensis
Common Name: Wild Petunia

This southeastern U.S. native perennial is called "Wild Petunia" and makes a good garden plant. It has beautiful blue or violet petunia-like flowers that appear in the spring, summer, and fall. The informative and entertaining book Passalong P...


Ruellia coccinea
Common Name: Yerba Maravilla
A warm climate perennial that is somewhat woody at the base, this Ruellia has bright red tubular flowers about 1 inch long in summer. It will rebloom if cut back. A showy subtropical species that does well in the Deep South as a perennial for semi-...
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