Native & Adapted Shrubs.

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3-6' H x 3-6' W

One of the most versatile shrubs, boxwoods bring year-round color to the garden. Their evergreen foliage brightens dreary winter landscapes, provides structure to both formal and informal gardens, and can be shaped into tightly clipped geometric forms or whimsical shapes.



70' H  x 40' W

Azaleas are typically deciduous while other rhododendrons are evergreen. Azalea flowers are funnel-shaped, somewhat two-lipped, and often fragrant. Flowers of rhododendrons, on the other hand, are more often bell-shaped. Azalea flowers typically have only 5 projecting stamens, as compared with 10 (or more) in rhododendrons. Intermediate forms, however, do occur.


Clayera japonica

10' H  x 15' W

 Plant this shrub in high organic matter well-drained soil in the full sun to partial shade.  In hot southern summers, it appreciates afternoon shade and it can in fact tolerate almost full shade.  Once established, they are quite drought tolerant but be sure to plant in an area with some protection from strong winds. 



3-5' H  x 3-5' W

Primarily found outdoors in the south and grown for their fragrant flowers and handsome foliage, gardenias (Gardenia augusta/Gardenia jasminoides) are popular ornamental shrubs, which are known for their finicky needs. In fact, in some areas, gardenias require considerable maintenance.

We have Frost Proof and August Beauty. 



We have Dwrf Buford, Needle Point, Dwrf youpon & Sky Pencil. 


Double Knockout Rose

3-4' H  x 3-4' W

 The full, double flowers look just like a classic rose. It is as resistant to black spot as the famous original, has the same bloom cycle, and is slightly more winter hardy. They mature at three to four feet wide and tall, but you can prune them while they're dormant—in late winter or early spring—if you want to control the size.

Texas Sage

5-8' H  x  5-8' W

The Texas sage is a fairly slow-growing plant, and may take up to 2 years to become fully established and bloom reliably. Once established, the Texas Sage is extremely drought tolerant, requires very little supplemental water, and will bloom after a good rain storm. (Don't try to trick it into blooming by watering heavily--it won't work.) After a week or two, the blooms will fall off, but the silver gray-green leaves stay year round. This plant can eventually grow to around 6 feet tall. The older it gets, the more intensely it blooms. Bees really like this plant when it's in bloom.


Wax Leaf Ligustrum

8' H  x  5' W

A versatile evergreen with a compact habit and glossy green foliage that responds well to regular pruning into formal topiary, clipped hedges, or small standard trees. Displays a profusion of fragrant, white blooms in spring. Useful as an informal hedge, screen or windbreak. Performs well in containers.


Southern Wax Myrtle

20-25' H  x  10-20' W

 The light olive green leaves are alternate with a toothed margin, a spicy aromatic odor when crushed, and yellow resin dots on both surfaces. The bark is thin, smooth, and gray-brown, almost white. In spring, small male and female slim, cylindrical flowers mature. The small tree produces a bluish-white drupe that matures in clusters on short stalks and lasts through the winter. Some populations are dioecious and some are monoecious, which means that in some cases only the females produce fruit.


8-12' H  x  12-18' W

Japanese pittosporum  is a tough, evergreen shrub, commonly grown in mid and coastal South Carolina. It is native to southern Japan and China. The attractive, dense evergreen foliage and mounded form, along with adaptability to many growing conditions, make it popular in landscapes as hedges and foundation plantings. Excellent salt tolerance makes pittosporum well suited for planting near the beach.

Japanese Yew

15-30' H  x  6-8' W

The Japanese yew is an evergreen that is native to several regions of Asia and has spiny needles and red, ornamental fruits. The yew can grow up to 50 feet in its native habitat but generally settles in at around 20 to 30 feet tall. The yew is widely grown in landscapes for decorative purposes, and it responds well to pruning. However, note that the Japanese yew’s foliage and seeds are quite poisonous and that in many areas of the American northeast it is considered an invasive species.


Clara Indian Hawthorn

4' H  x  3' W

Native to southern China, Indian Hawthorn is a popular landscape shrub due to the natural ability to stay at a manageable size, spring blooms, and attractive berries in the fall. If there was any drawback to the hawthorns, it would be that deer prefer them to any other plant when dining in everyone’s backyard. ‘Clara’ forms a natural mound shape, no more than five feet tall.

sweet Viburnum

25-30' H  x  25-30' W

Growing sweet viburnum bushes adds the delightful element of fragrance to your garden. This member of the large viburnum family offers showy, snowy spring blossoms with a very appealing scent. 


Blue Point Juniper

10-12' H  x  6-8' W

Densely branched, broad pyramidal evergreen with glowing blue-green foliage. A favorite for lawn specimens and tall screens. Blue Point will maintain its natural form with almost no pruning but can be topiaried for use in a formal entrance or patio.


Nandina Domestica 

4-8' H  x  2-4' W

Nandina domestica, commonly called heavenly bamboo, is a broadleaf evergreen shrub that is ornamentally grown for its interesting foliage and its often spectacular fruit display. It is native to Japan, China and India.


1-3' H  x  3' W

Agapanthus, also called Lily of the Nile or African Lily, are tough, heat and drought tolerant perennials that are perfect for our Southern climate. Our Southern Living varieties of Agapanthus are early blooming and rebloom spring through summer. Their green foliage serves as a lovely easy-care foundation plant when not in bloom. Find your favorite purple or blue agapanthus, white agapanthus, or unique bicolor blooming agapanthus, and plant them in mass plantings, in containers or in your garden borders. Then, enjoy them as cut flowers!


Red Tip Photinia

10-15' H  x  5-8' W

The red tip photinia is a popular shrub used as a fence row in the eastern half of North America. The oval leaves of photinia plants start out red but turn into dark evergreen after a couple of weeks to a month. During the spring, the photinia also has small, white flowers that produce red fruits, that often last into the winter.



8-12' H  x  6-8' W

An rounded, twiggy shrub, 1-12 ft. tall, with narrow, silvery-scurfy leaves on grayish-red branches. Small clusters of inconspicuous, cone-shaped flowers are spicily perfumed with a heavy, sweet scent. The fruit is a dry, mealy, whitish berry. This suckering shrub can form patches several yards in diameter.

Fast-growing, long-lived and resistant to disease and insect problems and drought. Transplants well, due to a shallow root system. A very hardy species for cold climates, sometimes used as a windbreak.


Plum Delight Loropetalum

6-8' H  x  4-6' W

Reddish-purple foliage year around.  Unlike some of the other purple leafed varieties it retains it coloration on old and new growth. New growth is almost as vivid as the flower color. Dark pink fringe-like flowers multiple times a year.  Flowers are similar to Witch Hazel.  Some winter flowering during warmer spells. Great for use as a flowering evergreen hedge, accent plant, or specimen plant.