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Shrubs and TreesShrubs
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Aesculus parviflorumBuckeye, Bottlebrush$12$22-SummerWhite4-8'4-8avg-heavyshade-p.shademed-nectar for hummingbirds, buckeyes for squirrelsyellow folliage in falloccasional
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Aesculus paviaRed Buckeye-$22-SpringRed12-30'4-8well-drainedp.shademed-nectar for hummingbirds, buckeyes for squirrelsprotect from afternoon sunseldom
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Acer rubrumRed Maple-$20-SpringRed40-70'3-9avgsun-p.shademed several moth species, 285 (non)showy speciesseeds for squirrels and some birdsgood deciduous fall color
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Amelanchier arboreaServiceberry - -$22-SpringWhite15-20'4-9avgsun-p.shademedRed spotted purple, viceroyberries for variety of wildlifered to purple berry-like fruits in summer good for jams and wildlife
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Aronia arbutifoliaChokeberry$10$18-SpringWhite5-10'4-9avgp.sun-sunwetSlight-berries for birdsacidic soil, red fall folliage
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Aralia spinosaDevils Walking Stick-$22-SummerWhite10-15'4-9well-drainedp.shadewet6 (non)showy speciesberries for variety of wildlifebiggest compound leaves in North America
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Asimina trilobaPaw Paw-$28-SpringMaroon15-30'5-9avgp.shade-sunmedZebra Swallowtailfruit for mammalslargest edible fruit of any native tree, tropical flavor in late summer, need two to fruitseldom
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Baccharis halimifoliaGroundsel$12$16-FallSilver6-12'4-11avgsunmedHigh27 (non)showy speciesNectar for butterfliesExcellent Fall Nectar Source/ Semi-evergreen, male and female produce different flowers
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Betula nigraRiver Birch-$25$45SpringBrown40-70'4-9avgsun-p.shadewetxMourning cloak, dreamy duskywing, Tiger Swallowtail, 413 (non)showy speciesseeds for birdseye-catching exfoliating bark, yellow foliage in the fall, great fast growing tree for wet areas
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Callicarpus americanusAmerican Beauty Berry$12$22-SummerPink10'5-8avgp.sunmedxSlightRustic Sphinx moth berries for birds and mammalsPurple berries in the fall, leaves are said to help repel mosquitosSeldom
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Calycanthus floridusSweetshrub (Carolina allspice) - $12$18-SummerMaroon8-10'4-9avgshade-p.shadewet-pollinated by sap-feeding beetles Crushed leaves and flowers aromatic, urn-shaped seed pods, tends to sucker and form colonies in the wildSeldom
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Castanea dentata x mollissimaDunstan Chestnut-$28-Spring White40-60'5-9well-drainedsunmed 125 (non)showy speciesnuts for mammalsblight-resistant, need two to fruit, bear in 3-5 years, large sweet-tasting nuts Sept-Oct
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Catalpa bignonioidesSouthern Catalpa$12$22-SpringWhite30-50'5-9avgsun-p.shadewetcatalpa sphinx mothnectar for beesgreat shade tree
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Ceanothus americanusNJ Tea$15--SpringWhite3'4-8avgshade-p.shademedspring azure, molted dustywingnectar for bees, fruit for turkey and quailnitrogen fixing, dried leaves made popular tea during the Revolutionary War
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Cephalanthus occidentalisButton bush$10$18$40SummerWhite6-12'5-9avg
p.shade-shade
wetxsphinx moth spp.nectar for bees, butterflies and hummingbirdsdecidious
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Cercis canadensisEastern Redbud-$18-SpringPink15-30'4-8avg
p.shade-shade
wetEastern-tailed Blue, Henry's Elfin, Northern Cloudywing, Southern Cloudywing, Orange Sulphurbeans provide seeds for birdsunderstory, nitrogen fixing, edible flowerFrequent
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Chionanthus virginicusFringetree - -$22$35SpringWhite15-30'3-9avgp.shade - sunwetsphinxnectar for bees, fruits for birdsshowy blooms right after dogwood blooms die out
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Clethra alnifoliaClethra or Summersweet$10$22-SummerPink3-8'3-9avgp.shade - sunmed-wetxModerate9 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, fruits for birds and small mammalsdecidiousSeldom
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Cornus floridaFlowering dogwood--$18
$45
15g, $75
SpringWhite15-30'5-9well-drainedp.shademedSpring azurefruits for birdsacidic soil, red fall fruit
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Cornus florida "Madison"Madison Flowering Dogwood-$22-SpringWhite15-30'6-9well-drainedp.shademedSpring azurefruits for birdslow branched, does well/vigorous in deep south
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Cornus florida "Weaver"Weavers's White Flowering Dogwood-$18-SpringWhite15-30'6-9well-drainedp.shademedSpring azurefruits for birdsDisease resistant, does well in deep south
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Crataegus marshalliiParsley Hawthorn -$18-SpringWhite25'4-11well-drainedp.shadedry 159 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, fruits for birdsfall red showy fruit, delicate parsley-like leaves, thorned
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Crataegus aestivalisEastern Mayhaw-$18-SpringWhite25'6-11avgsun-p.shademed-wet 159 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, fruits for birdssmalled decidious leaves, cranberry-sized fruits can be used for Mayhaw jelly
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Cyrilla racemifloraSwamp Ti-Ti-$22-SummerWhite15-35'5-10heavysun-p.shadewet2 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees and butterflies, cover for birds and small mammals and aquatic swamp wildlife, browse for mammalssemi-evergreen large leathery leaves, can sucker to form a colony, fragrant flowers, highly tolerant to flooding
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Diospyros virginianaAmerican Persimmon-$20-SpringYellow35'4-9well-drainedp.shademedxLuna Mothseeds for mammalsNeed male and female for fruit
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Euonymus americanusHearts A-burstin$12$16-SpringGreen6-12'6-9avgp.shademed13 (non)showy speciesseeds for turkey and mammalsNeat fruit in fall with seed pods that split!
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Fothergilla gardeniiDwarf Witch Alder - -$18-SpringWhite5-8'5-8heavysun-p.shademed-seeds for birds and small mammalsShowy fragrant flowers
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Ginkgo bilobaGinkgo-$20---60-100'3-8well-drainedsun med--golden fall color, grow slowly, gymnosperms that do not produce pollen or seeds for 2-4 decades, introduced
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Gordonia lasianthusLoblolly Bay-$22-SummerWhite30-60'7-9heavysun-p.shadewetno8 (non)showy speciescoverage for variey of wildlifeEvergreen with showy white flowersOccasional
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Hamelia patensFirebush - -$16-SummerRed3-6'9-11avgsun-p.sunmed-pluto sphinx mothContinuous bloomer
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Hydrangea quercifoliaOak Leaf Hydrangea$12$22$40SpringWhite6-10'5-9avgsun-p.shademedx-seeds for birds and mammalsdrought tolerant
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Hypericum densiflorumSt. Johns Wort, bushy - $12--SummerYellow2-6'6-10well-drainedsun-p.shademed21 (non)showy speciescoverage and seed for birdstaller variety, flaking bark, with prominent seeds in fall, semi-evergreen
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Hypericum frondosumSt. Johns Wort, Cedarglade - $12$16-SummerYellow3-4'6-10well-drainedsun-p.shademed21 (non)showy speciescoverage and seed for birdsblue-green folliage and puffy balls on center stamens, semi-evergreen
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Hypericum hypercoidesSt. Johns Wort, St. Andrews Cross - $12--SummerYellow2-3'6-10well-drainedp.sun-p.shademed21 (non)showy speciescoverage and seed for birdsfour petalled flowers resemble St. Andrews Cross, semi-evergreen
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Hypericum reductumSt. Johns Wort, Atlantic - $12--SummerYellow6-18"6-10well-drainedsun-p.shadedryno21 (non)showy speciescoverage and seed for birdssmall needle-like leaves, dense clumping shrublets, evergreen, very drought resistant
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Ilex cassineDahoon Holly-$18$35SpringWhite20-30'7-9avgsun-p.shademed-wetxHenry's elfin, 43 (non)showy speciesberries for birdsmale and female plants. Only females produce red berries
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Ilex glabraInkberry (gallberry)$12$22-SummerWhite6-12'4-9heavyp.shade-sunmed-wetxModerate43 (non)showy speciesberries for birds, nectar for beesevergreen, dense folliage, black berries, acidic soilSeldom
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Ilex opacaAmerican Holly-$18-Spring White25-60'5-9avgsun-shademedHenry's elfin, Spring azure, 43 (non)showy speciesnesting for birds, Berries easten by birdsevergreen, pyramid shaped, red berries on females only. Slow growing
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Ilex vomitoriaYaupon holly-$22$40SpringWhite12-25'7-9avgsun-shademedhighHenry's elfin, 43 (non)showy speciesSeeds for birds after several freeze-thaw cyclesevergreen, easy to shape, red fruit (female)Seldom
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Ilex vomitoria 'shadows female'Yaupon Holly 'Shadows Female' - -$18-SpringWhite10-12'7-10avgsunmed43 (non)showy speciesSeeds for birds after several freeze-thaw cyclesevergreen, pyramid shape, red fruit (female)Seldom
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Illicium floridanum
Florida Anise, Red
- $12$22$40SpringMaroon6-10'7-10avgp.shademed-wet-pollinated by a wide variety of insects including beetles and fliesevergreen, good for privacy, crushed leaves smell like anise spice, not edibleSeldom
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Illicium floridanum
Florida Anise, Red, Dwarf
- $12$22$40SpringMaroon3-4'7-10avgp.shademed-wet-pollinated by a wide variety of insects including beetles and fliesevergreen, dwarf cultivar with profuse floweringSeldom
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Illicium parviflorumFlorida Anise, Yellow$12$22$40SpringYellow10-15'7-10avgp.shademed-wet-pollinated by a wide variety of insects including beetles and fliesevergreen, good for privacy, crushed leaves smell like anise spice, not edibleSeldom
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Itea virginicaVirginia Sweetspire
- $12$18-SpringWhite3-5'6-9avgsunmedxPoplar Tent Mothnectar for butterflies, seeds for birdfsfolliage turns nice red in fall, Occasional
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Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet'sweetspire 'henry's garnet'$12$18-SpringWhite3-5'5-9avgsun-p.shademed-wetxPoplar Tent Mothnectar for butterflies, seeds for birdfslarger flowers than straight species
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Juglans nigra Black Walnut-$18-SpringGreen75-100'4-9well-drainedsun-p.sunwet 124 (non)showy speciesnuts for woodpeckers, foxes and squirrelsshowy and edible nut (2inches) is produced in Sept-Oct after the leaves fall off. Large tree suitable for large landscapes.
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Juniperus virginianaEastern Red Cedar - -$18-SpringGreen50'3-9well-drainedp.sun-sunmedmoderateOlive, Great Purple & Juniper Hairstreaksnesting cover, fruit eaten by birds, squirrels, opossum, Nesting for hummingbirds, birds and small mammalsevergreen, thick folliage, drought resistant, wide range spans east of the RockiesSeldom
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Juniperus virginiana silicicolaSouthern Red Cedar-$18-Spring Green30'7-11well-drainedsun-p.sunmedmoderateOlive, Great Purple & Juniper Hairstreaksnesting cover, fruit eaten by birds, squirrels, opossum, Nesting for hummingbirds, birds and small mammalsonly in southeast, found within maritime forests, coastal dunes and river sandbanks. smaller in size. fleshy cones also smaller than var. virgiana. great windbreak tree for coastal properties.
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Leucothoe axallarisCoastal Doghobble-$18-SpringWhite3-5'5-9avgp.shade-shademed-nectar for beesacidic soilOccasional
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Leucothoe populifoliaPipestem/fetterbush-$22-SpringWhite6-12'7-9well-drainedshade-p.sunwet-winter cover and nesting sites for birdsevergreen, glossy folliage, tolerates rigorous pruning, acidic soil
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Lindera benzoinSpicebush - -$18-SpringYellow6-12'4-9avgp.shade-sunmedxtiger swallowtail,spicebush swallowtail, palamedesseeds for birdsdecidious, crushed leaves smell spicey
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Magnolia grandifloraSouthern Magnolia-$28-SummerWhite60-80'7-10avgsun-p.shademed22 (non)showy speciesfruit for birds, beetle pollinators evergreen broadleaf, huge flowers 6-12"
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Magnoila macrophyllaBigleaf Magnolia - -$22-SpringWhite30-40'5-8heavyp.shademed22 (non)showy speciesfruit for birds, beetle pollinators Biggest simple leave in North America - up to 32" long. flowers 6-12"
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Magnolia virginianaSweet bay Magnolia-$2215g, $80SpringWhite10-35'5-10avgp.shade-sunmed-wetxModeratetiger swallowtail, 22 (non)showy speciesseeds for birds, beetle and bee pollinatorsevergreen broadleaf, flowers 2-5", blooms on old wood
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Malus angustifoliaCrabapple$12$18$35SpringPink25-30'4-8well-drainedp.shademed 311 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees and butterflies, fruit for birds and mammalsedible but very sour fruit good for cooking with or leaving for a variety of wildlife that love them
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Malvaviscus arboreus var. drummondiiTurks cap$10--SummerRed3-6'8-10avgsun-p.shademedxModerateTurk cap white skippernectar for hummingbirds, butterflies, moths, fruit for birds and mammalsnectar for hummingbirds and butterfliesSeldom
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Melanthera niveaSalt & Pepper Bush-$16-SpringWhite
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Morella ceriferaWax Myrtle$12$22$40SpringWhite4-12'7-11heavysun-p.shadewetxHighRed banded Hairstreakberries for birds, nesting coverevergreen, only females produce berries, waxy berries once used to make candles, tolerates heavy pruning, good for privacySeldom
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Morus rubra Red Mulberry -$22-SpringGreen35-50' 4-8avgsun-p.shademedRosy Maple Mothfruit for birds and small mammalsblackberry-like edible fruit, diecious either male or female
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Myrcianthes fragrans Simpsons Stopper$12$18-SpringWhite10-20'9-11avgsun-p.shademedmoderate-berries for birds evergreen, orange fruit
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Nyssa ogeecheeOgeechee Lime-$18-SpringGreen 30-50'3-9avgp.shadewetx35 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, fruit for mammals and large birdsExcellent Nectar source for bees, fruit ripen in fall
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Nyssa sylvaticaBlack tupelo-$18-SpringGreen 30-50'3-9avgsun-p.shademed-wetx35 (non)showy speciesnectar source for bees, fruit for birds, opossum, gray squirrel adn white-tailed deerstraight trunk, great shade tree, red fall folliage, can grow in standing water
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Osmanthus americanusWild Olive / Devilwood-$22-SpringWhite12-30'5-9heavyp.shade-p.sunwethigh2 (non)showy speciesfruit for birds and small mammalsevergreen, fragrant blossoms, native alternative to Tea Olive
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Philadelphus inodorusScentless Mock Orange - -$18-SummerWhite4-8'6-10well-drainedp.shademedxcecropia mothscover for birds and small mammalsarching branches, endangered in the wild in several states
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Pinus palustris:ongleaf Pine-$18-WinterBrown 80-100'7-9well-drainedsundryPine elfin, 203 (non)showy speciesendangered Red-cockaded woodpecker habitat, seeds for variety of wildlifeEvergreen, can tolerate seasonal wet
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Platanus occidentalissycamore-$18-SpringYellow & Red75-100'4-9well-drainedsun-shadewet40 (non)showy specieswinter seed source for birds, habitat and nesting for birds, cavity nesting for some mammalsgreat shade tree, widest trunk diameter of all native hardwoods
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Prunus serotinusBlack Cherry-$18-SpringWhite80'3-8well-drainedp.sun-sunwetRed-spotted Purple, Striped Hairstreak, Tiger Swallowtail, 456 (non)showy speciesnectar for butterflies, fruit for variety of wildlifefoliage poisonous to livestock
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Prunus angustifolia Chickasaw plum$10$22-SpringWhite15-30'6-9well-drainedsun-p.shadedry-medHighRed-spotted Purple, Coral Hairstreak, Striped Hairstreak, tiger swalowtail, io, polyphemus, 456 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, habitat and nesting for birds, fruit for variety of wildlifeEdible Fruits and Native! Also works as a rootstock for grafting peaches, plums and nectarines. Thicket Forming if allowed
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Prunus mexicanaMexican plum-$18-SpringWhite15-30'6-8avgsun-p.shadedry-medRed-spotted Purple, Striped Hairstreak, Tiger Swallowtail 456 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, habitat and nesting for birds, fruit for variety of wildlifeEdible Fruits!
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Quercus albaWhite Oak-$22-Spring Yellow60-80'3-9avgsundry-medBanded Hairstreak, Red-banded Hairstreak, White M Hairstreak, Horace's Dustywing, Juvenal's Dustywing, 534 (non)showy speciesacorns for mammals and birdsgood purplish fall color, inconspicuous flowers
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Quercus falcataSouthern Red Oak-$22-SpringYellow60-80'6-9avgsundry-medRed-banded hairstreak, White M hairstreak, Horace's Dustywing, Juvenal's Dustywing, 534 (non)showy speciesWarblers, acorns eaten by birds, squirrels, wild turkeyreddish-brown fall color, wonderful shade tree
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Quercus phellosWillow Oak -$18-SpringYellow50-100'5-9avgsunmed-wetRed-banded Hairstreak, White M Hairstreak, Horace's Dustywing, Juvenal's Dustywing, 534 (non)showy speciesacorns for mammals and birdsgold fall color
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Quercus virginianaLive Oak-$22-Spring Yellow40-50'7-10avgsun-p.shademedRed-banded hairstreak, White M, Banded & Striped hairstreaks, Horace's Dustywing, Juvenal's Dustywing, 534 (non)showy speciesabundant acorns for wildlifeThe next angel oak? evergreen
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Rhododendron atlanticumAzalea, Coastal - -$22-SpringPink3-6'5-9well-drainedp.shade-shadedry48 (non)showy speciesnectar for many butterflies, hummingbirds and bees, nesting for birdsacidic soil, underground runners can produce a low-growing colony
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Rhododendron flammeumAzalea, Oconee -$22$45SpringOrange6-8'6-7well-drained
p.sun- p.shade
med48 (non)showy speciesnectar for many butterflies, hummingbirds and bees, nesting for birdsacidic soil, orangish but straight species color varies slightly
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Rhododendron flammeumAzalea, Florence - -$22$45SpringOrange6-8'6-8well-drained
p.sun- p.shade
med48 (non)showy speciesnectar for many butterflies, hummingbirds and bees, nesting for birdsacidic soil, selected for orange flowers with yellow blotches
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Rhododendron austrinumAzalea, Florida Flame$12$22-SpringOrange6-10'6-9well-drainedp.sun-p.shademed48 (non)showy speciesnectar for many butterflies, hummingbirds and bees, nesting for birdsacidic soil, yellow-orange frangrant flowers
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Rhododendron austrinumAzalea, Don's Variegated-$22-SpringOrange6-8'6-9well-drainedp.shademed48 (non)showy speciesnectar for many butterflies, hummingbirds and bees, nesting for birdsacidic soil, selected for orange frangrant flowers and varigated foliage
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Rhododendron x 'My Mary'Azalea 'My Mary' - -$22-SpringYellow4-6'5-8well-drainedp.shadewet48 (non)showy speciesnectar for many butterflies, hummingbirds and bees, nesting for birdsR. ‘Nacoochee’ x R. austrinum, acidic soil
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Rhododendron x 'Admiral Semmes'Azalea 'Admiral Semmes'-$22-SpringYellow4-6'5-9well-drainedp.shadewet48 (non)showy speciesnectar for many butterflies, hummingbirds and bees, nesting for birdsR. 'Hotspur Yellow' x R. austrinum , acidic soil
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Rhododendron canescensPiedmont Azelea-$22-SpringPink6-15'5-9well-drainedp.shademed48 (non)showy speciesnectar for many butterflies, hummingbirds and bees, nesting for birdsacidic soil, sweet fragrance, straight species so shade of pink can vary
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Rhododendron serrulatumSwamp Azalea-$22-SummerWhite10-15'6-9well-drainedp.shadewet48 (non)showy speciesnectar for many butterflies, hummingbirds and bees, nesting for birdsacidic soil
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Rhus copallinum
Winged Sumac/ Shining Sumac
$10$18-SummerYellow12-25'4-9well-drainedsundryRed-banded Hairstreak, Luna, Hairstreakberries for birdsdecidious, showy sour fruit edible (go well in lemonade)
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Rosa palustrisSwamp Rose - $10--Summer Pink3-6'4-9heavysunwet-nesting and fruits/seeds for birdsacidic soil, cut flowers, small thorny branches
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Sabal minorDwarf Palmetto-$22-SpringWhite5-10'7-10avgsun-shadewetmoderate4 (non)showy speciesfruit for mammals and large birdsevergreen, trunk undergound with fronds sprouting right out of the groundSeldom
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Salix nigraBlack Willow - -$12-SpringGreen10-60'3-9avgsun-shadewetMourning Cloak, Red-spotted Purple, Viceroy, Dreamy Duskywing, Tiger Swallowtail, 456 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, leaves and twigs for beavers and other browsing mammals, fruit for birdsfine texture shade tree, inconspicuous flower
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Sambucus canadensisElderberry-$22-SpringWhite3-6'3-9heavysun-p.shadewetx27 (non)showy speciesnectar, fruit for birdsacidic soil, dark berries traditionally used to make syrup
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Sassafras albidumSassafras-$22-Spring Yellow30-60'4-9avgp.shade-sunmedxSpicebush Swallowtailfruit for birds. leaves and twigs for mammalsLeaves aromatic when crushed, orange fall foliageSeldom
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serenoa repens 'silver'Saw Palmetto -$25-SpringWhite10-12'8-11well-drainedp.shademedPalmetto Skippernectar for bees, fruit for mammals and large birdsseasonally wet, evergreen, dense groundcover, 3 ft flower stalks prized by bees who create the famous saw palmetto honey, foliage becomes silver as it agesSeldom
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serenoa repens 'green'Saw Palmetto -$22-SpringWhite5'8-11well-drainedp.shademedPalmetto Skippernectar for bees, fruit for mammals and large birdsseasonaly wet, evergreen, dense groundcover, trunkless, smaller mature size than silver
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Taxodium ascendens Pond Cypress - --$35WinterBrown70-80'5-9heavysun-p.shadewet17 (non)showy speciessmall seeds for birds and squirrels deciduous with bright green needles that will turn rusty orange before dropping, showy knobby roots in wet areas
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Taxodium distichum Bald Cypress-$20-SpringPurple & Brown50-70'4-11heavysun-p.shadewet17 (non)showy speciessmall seeds for birds and squirrels deciduous with bright green needles that will turn rusty orange before dropping, showy knobby roots in wet areas, can grow larger than Pond Cypress
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Vaccinium arboreumSparkleberry - -$16-SpringWhite12-30'7-9well-drainedp.shadedryBrown Elfin, Striped Hairstreak 288 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, berries for birdslargest of our Vaccinium, berries inedible but great for wildlife, lustrus leaves and bell-shaped flowers.
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Vaccinium asheiRabbiteye Blueberry$12$16-SpringPink15'7-9well-drainedsun-p.shademedBrown Elfin, Striped Hairstreak 288 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, berries for birdsEdible, Great Blueberries, Many cultivars available
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Vaccinium corymbosumBlueberry, Southern highbush - $12$18-SpringPink6-12'7-9avgsun-shademedBrown Elfin, Striped Hairstreak, 288 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, berries for birdsEdible: Great Blueberries, straight species, acidic soilFrequent
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Vaccinium darrowiiBlueberry, Dwarf-$22-SpringWhite2-4'8-9avgsun-p.shademedBrown Elfin, Striped Hairstreak, 288 (non)showy species nectar for bees, berries for birdsEdible: Tiny berries, evergreen, small leaves, acidic soilFrequent
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Vaccinium ellottiiBlueberry, Elliott's-$18-SpringWhite4-9'8-9avgsun-p.shademedxBrown Elfin, Striped Hairstreak, 288 (non)showy speciesnectar for bees, berries for birdsEdible, acidic soilsFrequent
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