Arborbivitae Fern

Arborvitae Fern

Viburnum

vibdentlg

Loblolly Bay

Loblolly Bay

Loblolly Bay

Deciduous Holly

Dahoon Holly

Dahoon Holly

Dahoon Holly

Chinese Quince

Variegated Algerian Ivy

algerian-ivy

Trumpet Vine

Southern Smilax

Crossvine

crossvine

Rose Of Montana

rose-of-montana

40′
Excellent Climbing Vine
Pink Flowers
Fall Color

Potato Vine

Potato Vine

15′
Damaged by Cold
Available in Yellow-Green and Purple

Native Clematis

Native Clematis

Morning Glory

morning glory

Maypop

maypop

Mandevilla

Mandevilla

Lady Banksia Rose

ladybanks

Honeysuckle

wild-honeysuckle

Trumpet Honeysuckle is more manageable than other varieties
Flowers as it Matures

Grape Vine

grapevine

30′
Edible Fruit
Attracts Wildlife

Firecracker Vine

firecracker-vine

Fig Vine

figvine

50′
-Makes an Excellent Vine to Cover a Walk
-Self Clinging
-Looks Best Trimmed Often
-Not Good to Brick and Mortar

Fatshedara

Fatshedara

Evergreen Wisteria

Coral Honeysuckle

coral-honeysuckle

Confederate Jasmine

Confederate Jasmine

Very Fragrant
An Aggressive Growth Rate
Requiring Regular Hedging

Chinese Wisteria

Chinese-Wisteria

Clematis

Native Clematis

10′

China Fleece Vine

China Fleece Vine

Carolina Yellow Jessamine

Carolina Yellow

20′
Difficult to Keep Full at
the Lower Levels as
the Vine Grows

Butterfly Vine

Butterfly Vine

Bouganvilla

pink-bougainvillea

Killed by Freeze

Boston Ivy

Boston Ivy

Asian Jasmine

Asian Jasmine

12″
An Aggressive Grower Which is Difficult to Control Among Other Plants

Controlled Well WIth Quarterly Mowings (The First Cut is Unnerving)

Allamanda

Allamanda

10′
Yellow Flowers Most of the Year
Killed by Cold

Oakleaf Hydrangea

Oakleaf Hydrangea

6′
Summer Flowers

Gardenia

gardenia-plant

5′
Fragrant Cream Colored Flowers in Summer
Smaller Varieties Available

Virginia Sweetspire

Virginiasweetspire

Sweet Olive

Sweet Olive

20′
Small Fragrant Flowers
(Not Noticeable to Everyone)
Slow Growing
(Often Planted too Close to Foundations)

Sasanqua Camellia

db_sasanqua_camellia1

8′
Many Varieties
Excellent Show of Flowers in Winter

Pittosporum

Pittosporum

10′
Prone to Cold Damage

Nandina

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Fatsia

Fatsia

Very Large Leaves
Course texture
Not a Reliable Performer

Dwarf Gardenia

Dwarf Gardenia

Chinese Mahonia

Chinese Mahonia

4′
Naturalistic Form

Virginia Willow

Virginia-Willow

Titi

titi-Tree

Indigo

Indigo

3′
Summer Flower Resembling Wisteria
Spreading, but Easy to Control
Best in Shade

French Mulberry

French Mulberry

6′
Rings of Purple Berries
Deciduous

Althea

Althea

8′

Shrimp Plant

Shrimp Plant

Salvia

Salvia

12″

Hidden Lily

Hidden Lily

Performs Best in Shade
Flowers Hidden With-In Foliage

Geranium

Geranium

2′
Stressed by the Summer Heat

Cardinal Flower

Cardinal Flower

Bear’s Breech

Bear's Breeches

Amaryllis

Agapanthus

Agapanthus

2′
Distinctive Blue Flowers on a Single Stem in Summer

Marsh Fern

marsh-fern

Liriope

Giant Liriope

12-18″
-Subtle Flowers in Summer (Not Consistently)
-Wider Blade Than Monkey Grass
-Damaged by Afternoon Sun
-Giant Variety Grows 24″
-Should be Cut in Late Winter Every Couple Years

Aspidistra

Aspidistra

2′
Requires Very Little Light
Foliage Burns in Sunlight
Milky Way – Interesting Variety

Ajuga

Ajuga

Sweet Bay Magnolia

Sweet Bay Magnolia

30′
Foliage Thins in Winter
Fragrant White Flowers in Late Spring

Wax Leaf Ligustrum

Wax Leaf Ligustrum

Witch Hazel

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Silver Bell

Silver Bell

25′
Attractive Flowers

Redbud

Redbud

20′
Magenta Flowers on Bare Tree
Dark Color Branches

Pawpaw

Pawpaw

Parsley Hawthorn

Parsley Hawthorn

20′
Interesting Bark
Thorns When Young
Spring Flowers

Japanese Maple

Japanese Maple

12′ x 10′
Excellent Fall Color
Specimen/Focal Plant
Red Maple Foliage Can be “Burned” in Full Sun

Ironwood

ironwood

Has a Temperamental Nature

Devil’s Walking Stick

Devil’s Walking Stick

15′
Unique Tall Cane Covered in Thorns

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