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Alabama Crimson Honeysuckle - trade gallon
Alabama Crimson Honeysuckle - trade gallon

$19.95
This native honeysuckle vine has crimson trumpet blooms with yellow throats, visited by hummingbirds at the nursery and hopefully in your garden too. Lonicera sempervirens ’Alabama Crimson’ is an easy, deciduous vine for sun in zones 4-9. The blooms while beautiful are not fragrant.
   
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John Clayton Honeysuckle - trade gallon
Yellow Honeysuckle - 1 gallon
Catalog:     Sku: 483 Browse Category: Vines
Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea - trade gallon
Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea - trade gallon

$20.95
Hydrangea quercifolia ’Alice’ is the most robust oakleaf we grow. A selection by Dr. Michael Dirr from a plant on the University of Georgia campus it has proven to be trouble free. Give it room as the original plant is 12 feet high and as wide. BIG! And ROBUST! It produces very large, slightly fragrant, creamy-white blooms in early summer that age to a fine rose color as the summer proceeds. Prefers a bit of shade around here but will do as well in full sun if need be. Easy to grow, native and splendid - just don’t crowd it. Deciduous. Zones 6 - 9.
   
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Amethyst Oakleaf Hydrangea - 3 gallon
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Catalog:     Sku: 610 Browse Category: Oakleaf
Amethyst Falls Native Wisteria - 2 gallon
Amethyst Falls Native Wisteria - 2 gallon

$24.95
This is NOT the invasive exotic wisteria species that has escaped to smother much of the roadside throughout the south, competing with Lonicera japonica. Rather Wisteria frutescens ’Amethyst Falls’ is an American native species, a selection found in the northwest corner of SC and introduced by Head-Lee Nursery. It flowers as a very young plant with slightly fragrant blooms well after any chance of frost. Give it lots of sun. It usually reblooms in late spring. Vigorous but not invasive, deciduous, for sun in zones 5-9.
   
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Wisteria sinensis ’Kofugi’ - 2 quart
White Native Wisteria - 1/2 gallon
Catalog:     Sku: 707 Browse Category: Vines
Amethyst Oakleaf Hydrangea - 3 gallon
Amethyst Oakleaf Hydrangea - 3 gallon

$42.95
The search for a pink oakleaf can be as troublesome as the search for a blue rose, but recently with Hydangea q. ’Amethyst’ the cause has been advanced. This compact oakleaf selection starts white but colors very quickly to a nice pink on a fairly short plant to about 6 feet high & 6 feet wide. Deciduous, best flower color in lots of sun but it sure appreciates some shade in the hot afternoon. Selected by plantsman, Dr. Michael Dirr. Zones 6-9.
   
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Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea - trade gallon
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Munchkin Oakleaf - 3 gallon
Catalog:     Sku: 3109 Browse Category: Oakleaf
Goldflame Honeysuckle - trade gallon
Goldflame Honeysuckle - trade gallon

$17.95
"Among the most handsome of the climbing honeysuckles." (Dr. Michael Dirr in his classic, Manual of Woody Landscape Plants, 6th ed.) What more can I say? Lonicera x heckrottii is truly a great honeysuckle vine. Slightly fragrant, yellow flowers that are flushed purple are held at the ends of shoots in late spring to late summer. Easy to grow, thrives in full sun but will do in light shade. Blooms on new growth of the season. Deciduous. It is not the Trumpian thug that consumes the Southeast forests & roadsides; that’s the Japanese honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica. Avoid it unless you delight in constant pruning and the heavy use of herbicide. Zones 5-9.
   
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Alabama Crimson Honeysuckle - trade gallon
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Hills of Snow Hydrangea - various sizes
Hills of Snow Hydrangea - various sizes

$20.95
Hydrangea arborescens ’Grandiflora’ is a native hydrangea similar to ’Annabelle’ with a lumpily rounded white bloom that is not so uniform as ’Annabelle.’ It is our opinion that it also has stouter stems & is not as likely to sprawl under the weight of its flowers. In all other respects it is similar: blooms on new wood, very cold hardy, a favorite of deer. Grow in partial shade in the south, more sun up north. Height to 4 feet. Zones 4-8.
   
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John Clayton Honeysuckle - trade gallon
John Clayton Honeysuckle - trade gallon

$18.00
A selection of our native lonicera that was found at the Abington Episcopal Church, White Marsh, Va by members of the Virginia Native Plant Society and named for colonial botanist, John Clayton, who was also president of the Virginia Society for Promoting Useful Knowledge (which this certainly is). This vine is rather compact growing and is a repeat blooming, yellow-flowered form. It is not fragrant or invasive. Deciduous in all but the warmest zones. Zones 4 - 9.
   
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Native Woodvamp - trade gallon
Native Woodvamp - trade gallon

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Growing 20’-40’ our native "hydrangea" vine, Decumaria barbara, sports fragrant fuzzy balls of creamy flowers which are neither mophead nor lacecap in form. Excellent dark green foliage turns a splendid, soft yellow in fall. Climbs by holdfasts on any reasonable vertical. Deers love it - be forewarned. Sun or shade. Early season. Zones 5-9.
   
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Pink Pincushion Hydrangea - trade gallon
Pink Pincushion Hydrangea - trade gallon

$24.95
Our introduction of a native species found on the nursery near the gristmill beneath the towering white oak. The flowers are pink in bud, opening to a fertile white tuft, surrounded by occasional white sepals. Excellent addition to your woodland path or informal border. Hydrangea arborescens subsp. discolor ’Pink Pincushion’ will mature at 4 feet tall by 5 feet wide. Zones 4-8.
   
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Snow Queen Hydrangea -gallon
Snow Queen Hydrangea -gallon

$19.51 - $22.95
A Yankee from New Jersey, ’Snow Queen’ produces large panicles of pure white held above the foliage. If you are looking for a larger oakleaf that won’t spill out into paths, walkways or patios she will fill the bill. Confused about the difference between ’Snow Queen’ and ’Snowflake’? ’Snow Queen’ is the regal one, with upright bearing and head held high. Queenly indeed. Originally introduced by Princeton Nurseries in 1979. Zones 5-9. 6’ x 6’. Some images courtesy of Raulston Arboretum.
   
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Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea - trade gallon
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Catalog:     Sku: 31 Browse Category: Oakleaf
Snowflake Oakleaf Hydrangea - trade gallon
Snowflake Oakleaf Hydrangea - trade gallon

$21.21 - $24.95
There is no other oakleaf like Hydrangea quercifolia ’Snowflake’. Period. Line up the lot and look closely at them in bloom. It’s obvious (and we grow the best of the rest). The multiple bracts of this sterile form give the appearance of double flowers that continue to open at the base, ever elongating the dramatic flower head. Blooms can reach 12-15". Happiest in part shade in the South. Hey, it’s a native plant if that tickles your tummy! Early summer bloom for us in GA. These are absolutely the real plant, our first cuttings came from the original stock block at Snowflake Nursery near Boaz, AL (Thanks to the Aldridges!) and now from the 40 or so stock plants planted in our garden around the nursery. This is by far our largest selling plant and no matter how many we grow it’s never enough. Mature height 7’ with width the same. Zones 6-9.
   
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Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea - trade gallon
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White Native Wisteria - 1/2 gallon
White Native Wisteria - 1/2 gallon

$18.95
Wisteria frutescens ’Nivea’ is the white flowered form of our native American wisteria. Like ’Amethyst Falls’ it is NOT invasive. White blooms in early May are fragrant. Wonderful native vine, quite rare even so. We don’t understand why gardeners set free W. floribunda to eat their birthright but don’t grow this restrained native. It’s in the Constitution I suppose. Deciduous, for sun, in zones 5 - 9.
   
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Amethyst Falls Native Wisteria - 2 gallon
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