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  • A dwarf plant with graceful, silvery green arching foliage that becomes a whirl of orange, gold, and burgundy in fall. Spectacular in mass plantings or mixed into perennial borders.

    Pot Size (gallons), Height: #3

  • Also known as the Christmas Palm, because its fruit blossom corresponds with the ever popular Christmas holiday, this south Florida staple has a smart and formal appearance.

    Pot Size (gallons), Height: 16′

  • Similar to Yoshino but has fragrant pink flowers.

    Zoning: 4
    Mature Height and Spread: 25’

  • The Alexandrina is a Japanese Magnolia tree with large, beautiful purple flowers that will make an elegant and tranquil edition to your yard or garden area. The Alexandrina is a deciduous tree, and its flowers bloom in late winter to early spring.

    Trunk Diameter: 8-10′

  • Rounded deciduous shrub with dark leathery green foliage and white flowers.

    Zoning: 5-8
    Mature Height and Spread: 6-8’

  • The stately American beech holds a special place in many hearts. The wide-spreading canopy provides great shade in the summer and beautiful bronze coloring in the fall.

    Trunk Diameter: 2.5-3”

  • A rapid growing, strong strain of Opacas with glossy green foliage and bright red berries.

    Zoning: 6-9
    Mature Height and Spread: 30-40’ & 15-25’
    Pot Size (gallons), Height: 6’, 7’, 8’

  • New leaves emerge reddish-purple, changing to dark green, then turn yellow to orange-red in the fall, offering a kaleidoscope of color throughout the year.

    Trunk Diameter: 2.5-3″

  • Commonly called rosebay rhododendron, this is a large, upright, loose, multi-stemmed, late-blooming, evergreen shrub that is native to North America.

    Pot Size (gallons), Height: 3-4’, 4-5’, 5-6’