Night Blooming Jessamine

Night_Blooming_Jasmine

Fragrant Flowers
Damaged by Cold

Vanhoutte Spirea

Vanhoutte Spirea

Privet

Privet

Pomegranate

Pomegranate

Oakleaf Hydrangea

Oakleaf Hydrangea

6′
Summer Flowers

Ligustrum

ligustrum-hedge

15′
Often Used as a Clipped Hedge

Giant Turk’s Cap

turks-cap

Gardenia

gardenia-plant

5′
Fragrant Cream Colored Flowers in Summer
Smaller Varieties Available

Forsythia

Forsythia shrub

Double Knock-out Rose

Chinese Witch Hazel

Beautyberry

Buttonbush

Buttonbush

Dwarf Camellia, Shi Shi

Dwarf Camellia, Shi shi

Wax Myrtle

Wax Myrtle

Virginia Sweetspire

Virginiasweetspire

Viburnum Suspensum

Viburnum Suspensum

Variegated Privet

variegated_privet

Texas Sage

Texas Sage

Sweet Olive

Sweet Olive

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

Sweet Box

sweetbox

Sasanqua Camellia

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8′
Many Varieties
Excellent Show of Flowers in Winter

Photinia, Red tip

Photinia, redtip

15′
Often Clipped as a Hedge
Serious Problems with Fungus
(Cleyara is a Good Substitute)

Pyracanthus

Pyracanthus

12′ Attractive Bright Red Berries
The Thorns Cause
a Burning Sensation
(The Name Means Fire-stick)

Primrose Jasmine

Primrose Jasmine

Pittosporum

Pittosporum

10′
Prone to Cold Damage

Pfitzer Juniper

Pfitzer Juniper

Pineapple Guava

Pineapple Guava

6′
Requires Several Plants to Produce Fruit
Needs Good Drainage

Pencil Holly

Pencil Holly

Oleander

oleander

12′
A Large Plant for the Landscape

Nandina

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Luster Leaf Holly

Luster Leaf Holly

Loropetalum

Loropetalum

8′
Loose Form Unless Trimmed
Flowers in the Spring
Dwarf Loropetalum Available

Littleleaf Boxwood

Littleleaf Boxwood

Leatherleaf Mahonia

leatherleaf-mahonia

5′
Coarse Texture, Upright Form
Fruit Looks Like Grapes

Kumquat

Kumquat

8′
Well Suited for Small Spaces

Harrington Plum Yew

Harrington Plum Yew

Japanese Yew

Japanese Yew

20′
Often Used as a Hedge
Unusually Narrow Leaves

Japanese Viburnum

Japanese Viburnum

10′
Grows Larger than Expected

Japanese Pieris

Japanese Pieris

Inkberry

Inkberry

Indian Hawthorn

Indian Hawthorne

4′
A Very Reliable Shrub
Flowers and Berries are Hardly Noticeable

Indian Azalea

Indian Azalea

Harland Box

harland

Golden Euonymus

Gold Spot Euonymus

6′
Significant Problems with Insects

Glossy Abelia

Glossy Abelia

-Grows to 6′
-Small White Flowers in Summer
-Loose Form
-Smaller Varieties Available

Fraser’s Photinia

Fraser Photinia

Fortune’s Osmanthus

Fortune's Osmanthus

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