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Tagetes lucida
Common Name: Mexican Marigold
While not hardy in cold regions, this perennial is great for the Deep South when given a sunny site with well-drained soil. It is easy to grow. The aromatic leaves are a French Tarragon substitute. It flowers in late fall with orange flowers. It i...

Taxodium distichum
Common Name: Bald Cypress

Baldcypress is a long-lived large deciduous conifer charactersitic of swamps and river margins in the southern U.S. where it is a valuable timber tree, Baldcypress is broadly pyramidal when young and has feather-like leaves.&#...


Taxodium mucronatum
Common Name: Montezuma Cypress

Taxodium mucronatum has shorter leaves and larger cones than Taxodium disticum (which see). Could grow to be a very large tree if well sited as the famous tree "El Tule" in Oaxaca, Mexico is the largest tree in the world (trunk d...


Tecoma garrocha
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This deciduous pinnate leaf shrub from Argentina similar to the more familiar, yellow-flowered Tecoma stans except the flowers are red. It appears to be tender. We offer these thanks to fellow explorer Tony Avent.  The seed we c...


Tecoma stans var. angustatum
Common Name: Yellow Elder

Tecoma stans var. stans is a shrub or small tree in subtropical areas.  The variety stans is less hardy but frequently used in tropical or subtropical regions.  This is the variety angustatum which is native in west Te...


Tetracentron sinensis
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Tetracentron is a very rare deciduous tree with heart-shaped leaves. Heronswood Nursery in Washington describes it as a rare relative of Cercidiphyllum japonicum...a living link to the flora of past geologic eras and perhaps the most valu...


Thelypteris kunthii
Common Name: Fern, Southern Shield

This native southern fern is a large pale green spreader.  The large finely cut upright and arching fronds are deciduous.  It received considerable publicity in a Southern Living article which suggested it could b...


Thuja plicata 'Green Giant'
Common Name: Western Redcedar, 'Green Giant'

'Green Giant' is an excellent large dark green conifer possibly a hybrid between Thuja plicata and Thuja standishii, both of which are native to northwestern North America however 'Green Giant' was selected as a seedling fro...


Thujopsis dolobrata 'Nana'
Common Name: Hiba Arborvitae, Dwarf

This is a shrubby rounded dwarf form of a large Japanese evergreen tree with flattened sprays of shining evergreen foliage. Dirr (Manual of Woody Landscape Plants) says it is seldom found in the U.S. but a beautiful plant for shady sites ...


Tibouchina granulosa
Common Name: Tibochina

This Brazilian Tibouchina is a large shrub or root-hardy perennial long cultivated in Florida.  The glossy, deep-veined leaves and smaller, but more abundant flowers distinguish it from T. urvilleana. Cut back plants after...


Tibouchina urvilleana
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Tibochina is a subtropical shrub which is a die-back perennial in all but essentially frost-free areas. It has velvety textured leaves with prominent veins and very showy deep purple flowers. Foliage may become red in fall before being killed by f...


Tilia caroliniana
Common Name: Basswood, Florida

Basswoods are medium to large deciduous trees with heart shaped leaves, yellowish fragrant flowers, and small nutlets on stalks attached to a papery wing.  There are many species in the Northern Hemisphere but the...


Torreya grandis
Common Name: Chinese Torreya

Little-known in cultivation and rare in the U.S. this yew-like conifer has sharp-tipped green needle-like leaves. It becomes a tree in the wild but Hillier (Manual of Woody Landscape Plants) says it is the "least gran...


Torreya taxifolia
Common Name: Stinking Cedar

"Stinking Cedar" is a beautiful conifer despite the name. The foliage actually smells pleasant! It is a medium size pyramidal evergreen tree with Yew-like leaves and purple nutmeg-like fruit on female plants. Needs light organic soil, adequate moi...


Trachelospermum asiaticum
Common Name: Star Jasmine

Asian Jasmine is not a true Jasmine but is a close relative of the popular "Confederate Jasmine" (named for the Malay Confederation). It is less of a climber but a great dense groundcover vine with small, lustrous, dark green, leathery evergreen f...


Trachelospermum asiaticum 'Ogon Nishiki'
Common Name: Jasmine, Asiatic Star 'Gold Brocade'

This is a highly variegated form of Trachelosperumu asiaticum (which see).  The name 'Ogon Nishiki' translates to Gold Brocade.  This is an extremely colorful plant with leaves splotched with green, yellow, and orange.  ...


Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Mandianum'
Common Name: Star Jasmine, Yellow

A popular evergreen vine in the southern U.S., the "Confederate Jasmine" is native to Asia and named for the Malay Confederation.  The commonly grown form of this vine has white star-shaped fragrant flowers but this selection which we have ca...


Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Variegata'
Common Name: Confederate Jasmine, Variegated

This twining evergreen vine has leaves bordered and spotted with white and pink. The leaves are larger than most Trachelospermum jasminoides varieties. The star shaped flowers are white, fragrant, and followed by long pods....


Trachelospermum sp.
Common Name: Jasmine
From the U.S. National Arboretum....

Trachycarpus fortunei
Common Name: Windmill Palm

This fan leaf palm is native to eastern Asia but is grown worldwide. It is the most common palm seen northward and grows well in cool regions including the British Isles and coastal British Columbia. Good specimens have grown outdoors as far north...


Tripterygium regelii
Common Name: Regel's Threewingnut
Native to Japan, Korea, and Manchuria, this hardy and vigorous scandent shrub is almost vinelike with reddish warty branches. It is deciduous and bears large clusters of yellowish or greenish white flowers in late summer followed by pale green three...

Tulbaghia violacea
Common Name: Society Garlic

Society Garlic is a perennial from a bulb which multiplies and divides freely.  The leaves are linear and blue green with strong onion odor when crushed.  The flowers are borne on 1-2 foot tall stems and are rosy lavender clusters b...


Tulbaghia violacea 'Silver Lace'
Common Name: Society Garlic, Variegated
Tulbaghia violacea 'Variegata' or 'Silver Lace' is an attractive variety of Tulbaghia violacea (which see) with white margined leaves....
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