• Plumeria White

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    Fresh customizable cutting from our Hawaiian White Plumeria tree. There are five white petals on each flower featuring a vibrant yellow center. The petals release a sweet, fragrant tropical scent. Shipping is free!

    $35.00
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    Plumeria White

    $35.00
  • Viburnum Carlesii 2 1/2″ pot

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    Sold By: JLPfarmsTN

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    This listing is for 1) Carlessii Viburnum 2 1/2″ pot

    Viburnum carlesii commonly called Koreanspice viburnum is a slow-growing, upright, rounded, deciduous shrub which typically matures to 4-5′ tall but may reach a height of 8′ in optimum growing conditions.

    Like most viburnum shrubs, this is a relatively slow grower, adding 1 to 2 feet per year until it reaches its mature size of about 6 feet. Some cultivars are shorter plants, but these are even slower growing, still requiring at least three years to reach their mature size

    Zone‎: ‎4 to 7

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    $12.00
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    Viburnum Carlesii 2 1/2″ pot

    $12.00
  • Chicago Lustre Viburnum 2 1/2″ pot

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    This listing is for 1) Chicago Lustre Viburnum 2 1/2″ pot

    Chicago Lustre Arrowwood Viburnum, Viburnum dentatum ‘Synnestvedt’, is selected for its upright, rounded, dense habit and glossy, deep green foliage that turns red-purple in fall. They grow 8-10′ tall mature..

    The creamy white flowers bloom in June and mature into clusters of globe-shaped fruit. The fruit are deep porcelain blue to blue-purple, maturing in August and providing food for the birds.

    Chicago Lustre is a medium-sized to large-sized ornamental shrub, that can grow even larger under optimum conditions. It has an upright, oval growth habit in youth, becoming arching, spreading, and suckering with age. It has a medium growth rate and prefers full sun to partial shade with moist, well-drained soils.

    The foliage turns yellow and progresses through red into purple in autumn.

    This Viburnum is highly adaptable to dry soils, poor soils, and soils of various pH, heat, drought, and pollution. It is also known for its resistance to bores. It makes an excellent formal or informal hedge, border, entrance way, foundation, utilitarian, group planting, naturalizing, or specimen shrub.

    Viburnum tends to be multi-season plants with ornamental value throughout a large part of the season.

    Heads of White Flowers
    Porcelain Blue Fruit in August
    Attracts Butterflies and Wildlife

    Zones: 5-7

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    $12.00
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    Chicago Lustre Viburnum 2 1/2″ pot

    $12.00
  • 1 Sweet Shrub – Quart

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    Sweetshrub (Calycanthus floridus) has many common names, including Carolina allspice, strawberry-bush, sweet bubby, sweet Betsy and spicebush. As these names indicate, it is valued for the sweet, often fruity fragrance of its flowers. Sweetshrub is native along the east coast from Pennsylvania south to northern Florida and west to Mississippi. In South Carolina it is native in the Upstate and Central regions, and grows well throughout the state.

    Mature Height/Spread
    Sweetshrubs grow 3 to 9 feet tall by 6 to 12 feet wide. Plants grown in full sun will be shorter than those grown in part shade. Sweetshrubs have a dense, broad, rounded form in cultivation. They are multi-stemmed shrubs that tend to spread widely by growing new shoots (suckers) along the outer edges of the clump. Wild plants are much more open, tall, and even scraggly.

    Growth Rate
    Plants grow at a moderate rate of 12 to 18 inches per year under ideal growing conditions of deep, moist, loamy soil and with partial shade. Growth rate will be much slower in dry soil and full sun.

    $15.00
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    1 Sweet Shrub – Quart

    $15.00
  • 1 Native Buttonbush – Quart

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    1 Native Buttonbush bareroot seedling in a Quart pot!

    Buttonbush is a spreading, multi-branched shrub or sometimes small tree with many branches (often crooked and leaning), irregular crown, balls of white flowers resembling pincushions, and buttonlike balls of fruit. 6-12′ shrub when mature. Buttonbush is a handsome ornamental suited to wet soils and is also a honey plant. Ducks and other water birds and shorebirds consume the seeds. These generally bloom from June – September.

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    $15.00
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    1 Native Buttonbush – Quart

    $15.00
  • 1 Japanese Snowball Bush

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    You are buying 1 Japanese Snowball 6-12″ plant in a 3″ pot.

    Japanese snowball trees (Viburnum plicatum) are likely to win a gardener’s heart with their lacy white globes of flower clusters hanging heavy on the branches in spring. These large shrubs look like they could require a lot of maintenance, but Japanese snowball care is really quite easy.

    Topping out at 15 feet, Japanese snowball trees might better be termed shrubs. Japanese snowball information gives a range of 8 to15 feet for mature height, and a little larger for mature spread. Snowballs are upright, multi-stemmed shrubs. Japanese snowball trees flower heavily in spring. The pure white clusters appear in April and May, some reaching 4 inches wide. The clusters include both showy, 5-petaled infertile flowers and small fertile flowers. Butterflies enjoy visiting the snowball flowers. The fruits of the Japanese snowball ripen as summer wanes. The small oval fruits mature in late summer, turning from red to black. Japanese snowball information confirms that the fruits are a source of food for wild birds. The rounded, green leaves of Japanese snowballs trees are attractive, and create dense foliage in summer. They turn yellow, red or purple in fall, then drop, revealing the shrub’s interesting branching structure in winter.

    Planting Snowball Bushes: Thriving in U.S. Department of Agriculture Zones 3 to 9, snowball bushes prefer full sun but also do well with partial shade. Best planted in the fall or spring, snowball bushes appreciate well-drained soil. These are deer resistant.

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    $12.00
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    1 Japanese Snowball Bush

    $12.00

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