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Ugni molinae
Common Name: Chilean Guava

The Chilean Guava is often listed as Myrtus ugni.  It is native to Chile and southern Argentina and is a charming evergreen shrub with small glossy opposite leaves and white flowers.  It is best known for it's tasty sweet c...


Ungnadia speciosa
Common Name: Mexican Buckeye

Mexican Buckeye is a deciduous small tree or large shrub has pink flowers in spring before the compound leaves emerge.  When in flower it suggests Redbud (Cercis).  The fruit consists of three marble size poisonous se...


Vaccinium arboreum
Common Name: Sparkleberry

Sparkleberry is a deciduous shrub with small glossy leathery leaves.  It can become a small tree to 25 feet.  Large old specimens can be very attractive especially with artistic pruning.  The fragrant small bell-shaped white fl...


Vaccinium crassifolium 'Well's Delight'
Common Name: Blueberry, Creeping 'Wells Delight'

This evergreen creeping blueberry is a North Carolina State University selection from southeastern North Carolina named for the late Dr. B.W. Wells, noted North Carolina ecologist. It has small shiny leaves that are even smaller than typical for t...


Vaccinium darrowi 'John Blue'
Common Name: Blueberry, Florida Evergreen 'John Blue'

'John Blue' is a selection of Vaccinium darrowii, a dense evergreen shrub with small blue-green leaves.  It was selected and named for its ornamental qualities by blueberry researchers at North Carolina State Uni...


Vaccinium elliottii
Common Name: Blueberry, Elliott's

Elliott's Blueberry is a graceful deciduous shrub to 10 feet.  It has small glossy leaves that turn brilliant red in fall.  Plant this very nice ornamental blueberry on well-drained acid soil.   The fruits are small but ta...


Vaccinium myrsinites
Common Name: Evergreen Blueberry

This native southern blueberry is a small upright growing dense evergreen shrub with very small glossy leaves. It produces small white to pink bell shaped flowers clusters in spring followed by blueberries which are small but tasty. It is native t...


Vaccinium tenellum
Common Name: Small Black Blueberry
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Viburnum awabuki 'Chindo'
Common Name: Japanese Evergreen Viburnum

'Chindo' is a selection of Viburnum awabuki made by the late Dr. J C Raulston in a school yard on Chindo Island, Korea. It was selected for its large red penduous fruit clusters.   It is a large upright evergreen shrub to 20 fee...


Viburnum cinnamomifolium
Common Name: Cinnamon Leaf Viburnum

This large evergreen shrub native to China has large glossy oval leaves that are deeply veined and distinctive.   It is somewhat like the lower growing Viburnum davidii but much better adapted in the southern U.S.  Large fl...


Viburnum foetidum var. rectangulatum
Common Name: Himalayan Evergreen Viburnum

This Viburnum is a rare evergreen to semi-evergreen shrub or small tree with spreading often drooping branches.  The glossy, leaves are relatively small.  It bears white flowers in summer followed by scarlet fruit. Hillier says...


Viburnum japonicum
Common Name: Japanese Evergreen Viburnum

This is a handsome evergreen Viburnum with relatively large lustrous dark green foliage and dense habit. Flat clusters of fragrant white flowers in spring are followed by red fruits. Probably first offered in U.S. by Woodlanders and still lit...


Viburnum luzonicum
Common Name: Luzon Viburnum

This essentially evergreen shrub has leaves somewhat like Arrowwood (Viburnum dentatum). It is grown in the Houston area which is where we got it but is apparently little known elsewhere in the U.S.  It grows well in fertil...


Viburnum nudum 'Pollinator'
Common Name: Smooth Witherod Viburnum

See: Viburnum nudum 'Winterthur'.  This Viburnum is apparently not dioecious but is somewhat self-sterile.  It is much more fruitful if more than one clone is present.  This selection was promoted as a "male" po...


Viburnum nudum 'Winterthur'
Common Name: Possumhaw Viburnum 'Winterthur'

An upright deciduous native shrub selected by the late Hal Bruce of Winterthur Gardens in Delaware.  It has shiny large leaves and is free-flowering with creamy-white flowers followed by berries which turn from white to pink to blue and ...


Viburnum obovatum 'Compactum'
Common Name: Dwarf Walter's Viburnum

This rounded and mounding evergreen shrub with small leaves and abundant white flowers in spring is one of several increasingly popular dwarf selections of this fine species native to the southern U.S.  This clone grown at the Raulston Arbore...


Viburnum odoratissimum
Common Name: Sweet Viburnum

This large-leafed evergreen Viburnum native to Asia is often confused with V. awabuki, but its leaves are shorter and broader, not so glossy, and it may be a little less cold hardy.  The pure white flowers are fra...


Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum 'Shasta'
Common Name: Doublefile Viburnum Selection

Dr. Michael Dirr (Manual of Woody Landscape Plants) highly recommends this "tremendous" introduction from Don Egolf's breeding program at U.S. National Arboretum. 'Shasta' is a large deciduous shrub with very showy white clusters of steri...


Viburnum sempervirens
Common Name: Chinese Viburnum

This tall evergreen shrub has glossy, leathery leaves about 4 inches long. It bears white flowers in flat-topped clusters followed by bright red fruits. It has proved hardy here in zone 8. Our plants were originally received from the U.S...


Viburnum tinus 'Spring Bouquet'
Common Name: Laurustinus

Laurustinus is an evergreen Viburnum native to southern Europe and northern Africa. This selection is more compact than the species. It has lustrous dark green relatively small leaves and dark red flower buds which open to white fl...


Vitex agnus-castus 'Shoal Creek'
Common Name: Chastetree

Chaste tree is a small deciduous tree in South but can be grown as a perennial in the North. The leaves have been mistaken for those of Cannabis (Marijuana).  The clusters of lilac flowers in summer have caused some to call it "Summer Lilac"....


Vitex rotundifolia
Common Name: Roundleaf Vitex

 This Vitex is a prostrate trailing shrub with rounded deciduous bluish green leaves about 2" in diameter.  It has bright blue flowers in late summer.  While a salt tolerant plant being used for seashore and dune planting it ha...


Vitex trifolia 'Variegata'
Common Name: Three Leaf Vitex

This deciduous shrub or small tree has three leaflets with white marginal variegation.  The blue to purple flowers somewhat resembling lilac flowers. This Vitex is more cold sensitive than Vitex agnus-castus or V. ...


Vitis rotundifolia ''Triumph''
Common Name: 'Triumph' Muscadine Grape
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Weigela florida 'Java Red'
Common Name: Old Fashioned Weigela

Weigela is a deciduous shrub of rounded habit and opposite oval leaves.  This cold-hardy old fashioned favorite is native to eastern Asia.  'Java Red' is an old variety also known as 'Foliis Purpureis'....


Weigela florida 'Variegata'
Common Name: Old Fashioned Weigela

This is a relatively compact form of this old favorite garden shrub. Leaves are deciduous and are variegated with pale yellow or creamy white margins. Deep rose colored flowers appear in late spring. This old-fashioned shrub in its many varie...


Wisteria frutescens
Common Name: American Wisteria

This twining woody deciduous vine native to the southern U.S. has compound leaves and short clusters of blue flowers appearing with the leaves.  A much less rampant vine than the common Asian Wisterias.  This native Wisteria was vir...


Wisteria frutescens var. nivea
Common Name: American Wisteria Selection

Twining woody deciduous vine with compound leaves and short cluster of white flowers appearing with the leaves. A much less rampant vine than the common Asian Wisterias. This native vine was virtually unknown to American gardeners when introduced ...


x Citrofortunella mitis 'Calamondin'
Common Name: Calamondin Orange
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Xanthorhiza simplicissima
Common Name: Yellowroot

Yellowroot is a curious shrub related to the Buttercup.  It is native to eastern U.S.  The compound leaves are deciduous but turn bright yellow in the fall. The roots are bright yellow when cut. Typically it grows in shady streamsid...


Xylosma congestum
Common Name: Xylosma, Shiny

Shiny Xylosma is sometimes listed as Xylosma senticosa.  It is an attractive heat and drought tolerant evergreen shrub with glossy leaves about 3" long and 1" wide.  It is much grown in California and the Southwest as a hed...


Yucca constricta
Common Name: Buckley Yucca

Buckley Yucca is a stemless or short stemmed, single or multiple head yucca with many very narrow blue-green, spine-tipped leaves with marginal filaments.  This is an ornamental yucca with spikes of showy greenish-white, bell-...


Yucca reverchonii
Common Name: Yucca, San Angelo

This essentially trunkless Yucca found sparingly in central Texas has been considered by some to be a hybrdid between Yucca thompsoniana and Y. rupicola.  It is found primarily in the Edwards Plateau where it is usually on limestone ...


Zelkova serrata
Common Name: Japanese Zelkova

Japanese Zelkova is a large elm-like deciduous shade tree with ascending branches.  In Japan it is said to be an important timber tree and favorite bonsai subject but here according to Dirr, Manual of Woody Landscape P...


Zenobia pulverulenta 'Woodlanders Blue'
Common Name: Zenobia, Dusty

This is the blue-foliaged form of this fine semi-evergreen ornamental shrub native to the coastal Carolinas. Our introduction, the 'Woodlanders Blue' selection with blue foliage, has become more widely available.   Zenobia was virtually ...


Zenobia pulverulenta (green)
Common Name: Dusty Zenobia

This is the green foliaged form of this fine semi-evergreen ornamental shrub native to the coastal Carolinas. Showy racemes of white bell-shaped flowers in spring. Moist sandy acid soil in sun or semi-shade. See also the 'Woodlanders Blue' selecti...


Zephyranthes candida
Common Name: August Rain Lily
This fall blooming Rain-lily produces masses of white flowers from grass-like clumps of foliage. It is tolerant of a wide range of soils and conditions but likes moisture. It spreads and naturalizes nicely in the South. It is native to Argentina. The...
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