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Genus speciesCommon Name1 gal $ 3 gal $ Bloom Time/colorHeightZonesSoilExposureWater needsRain Garden Salt ToleranceButterfly hostnotesDeer Damaged?
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Shrubs and TreesShrubs
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Aesculus parviflorumBuckeye, Bottlebrush2 $ 8 june- july white w/ red anthers4-8 ft.4 to 8rich loamshade- p.shademediumoccasional
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Aesculus paviaRed Buckeye9 $ 22 March, Red12-30moistp.shadewell drainedprotect from afternoon sunseldom
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Amelanchier arboreaServiceberry5 $ 25 March-April15-20 ft4-9avgsun-p.shadeavg
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Aronia arbutifoliaChokeberry3 $ 10 1 $ 18 spring,white5-10'acidpart sun to sunmoistSlight
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Asimina trilobaPaw Paw3 $ 16 10 $ 22 April/May. red15-305-9p.shade-sunavg-wetZebra Swallowtailseldom
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Baccharis halimifoliaGroundsel0 $ 8 0 $ 16 Fall/Silver 6-124-11neutralsunHighExcellent Fall Nectar Source/ Semi-evergreen
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Callicarpus americanusAmerican Beauty Berry1 $ 10 10 $ 18
Purple berries in fall
10ftpart sunavgxSlightSeldom
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Calycanthus floridusSweetshrub (Carolina allspice)4 $ 12 2 $ 18 april-july, red8-10moistshade/pt shadeavgSeldom
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Catalpa bignonioidesSouthern Catalpa0 $ 10 2 $ 18 May, June. White25-40avgp.shadewet,moist
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Ceanothus americanusNJ Tea0 $ 8 white, march 3ftavgshade to p. shadeavgazurenitrogen fixing
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Cephalanthus occidentalisButton bush2 $ 10 5 $ 18 June-Sept. White6-12
p.shade-shade
wet,moistxsphinx moth spp.decidious
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Cercis canadensisEastern Redbud4 $ 18 Spring, Pink15-30avg
p.shade-shade
Moistunderstory, nitrogen fixing, edible flowerFrequent
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Chionanthus virginicusFringetree6 $ 18 Spring, White15-30avgp.shademoistsphinx
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Clethra alnifoliaClethra or Summersweet2 $ 8 5 $ 18
July-Aug, Pink-white
3-8p.shademed-wetxModeratedecidiousSeldom
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Diospyros virginianaAmerican Persimmon1 $ 22 April-Jun. Yellow354-9part shadedryavgxLuna MothNeed male and female for fruit
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Euonymus americanusHearts A-burstinShowy fruit, fall6-12p.shade -shademoist
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Halesia dipteraTwo-winged SilverbellApril to May, white2-30 ft.5 to 8avgsun to part shademed
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Hydrangea quercifoliaOak Leaf Hydrangea36 $ 12 12 $ 18 spring white6-10 ft.5 to 9avgpart to full shadeavgdrought tolerant
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Hypericum hypercoidesSt. Johns Wort, St. Andrews Cross5 $ 8 summer yellow1-3 ft.6 to 10sandysun to part shadecan survive drought
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Hypericum frondosumSt. Johns Wort, Cedarglade24 $ 8 0 $ 15 summer yellow1-3 ft.6 to 10sandysun to part shadecan survive drought
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Ilex cassineDahoon Holly5 $ 16 red berries (females only) 20-30avgsun-part shadeavg-wetx
male and female plants. Only females produce berries
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Ilex glabraInkberry (gallberry)0 $ 12 8 $ 15 3-6 ft or more4 to 9moist, acidp. shade - sunavg to moistxModerateevergreenSeldom
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Ilex glabraInkberry 'shamrock'0 $ 12 5 $ 16 white/spring54 to 9moist, acidp.sun -sunavg to moistxModerateevergreen, compact variety. Good hedgeSeldom
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Ilex opacaAmerican Holly5 $ 16 red fruit (female)25-60avgsun-shadeavgelfevergreen, berries on females only. Slow growing
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Ilex vomitoriaYaupon holly0 $ 16 red fruit (female)12-25avgSun to shadedry-moisthighxevergreen, easy to shapeSeldom
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Illicium floridanumFlorida Anise, Red4 $ 12 6 $ 18 spring, maroon6-10 ft.7 to 10avgp.shadeavg to moistevergreenSeldom
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Illicium parviflorumFlorida Anise, Yellow5 $ 12 1 $ 18 spring/yellow10-157-10p.shadeavg-wetevergreenSeldom
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Itea virginicaSweetspire0 $ 10 12 $ 16 Spring/ white3-56-9sunavgxOccasional
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Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet'sweetspire 'henry's garnet'3 $ 10 2 $ 18 spring/white3-55-9avgsun-p.shadeavg-wetxlarger flowers than straight species
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Juniperus virginianaEastern Red Cedar5 $ 12 503-9p.sun-sunwell drainedmoderateevergreenSeldom
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Leucothoe axillarisCoastal Doghobble1 $ 15 spring, white3-5 ft.5 to 9acidpart to full shadeavgSeldom
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Leucothoe populifoliaPipestem/fetterbush04 $ 16 white/inconspicuous, evergreen18'shade-part sunwell drained.moist
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Lindera benzoinSpicebush7 $ 18 march6-124-9p.shade-sunavgxtiger swallowtail,spicebush swallowtaildecidious
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Magnolia virginianaSweet bay Magnolia0 $ 20 spring, white10-355-10p.shade-full sunavg-wetxModerate
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Malvaviscus drummondiiTurks cap0 $ 10 summer-fall, red2-4part shade-part sunavgModerateSeldom
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Morella ceriferaWax Myrtle0 $ 10 15 $ 15 spring/white w blue berries4-12 ft7 to 11avgsun to part shademoist, richxHighevergreenSeldom
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Osmanthus americanusWild Olive / Devilwood10 $ 25 white/april12-30p.shade-p.sunmoist, richhighevergreen, fragrant blossoms
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Philadelphus inodorusScentless Mock Orange6 $ 8 0 $ 12 april,may4-8 ftp.shadex
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Plantus occidentalissycamore1 $ 10 75-100sun-shademoist well drained
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Prunus serotinusBlack Cherry17 $ 8 80'p.sun-sunmoist well drainedmany
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Prunus angustifolia Chickasaw plum0 $ 8 8 $ 18 spring,white15-30sun-p.shadedry,avgHigh15 spp., tiger swalowtail, io, polyphemus
Edible Fruits and Native! Also works as a rootstock for grafting peaches, plums and nectarines. Thicket Forming if allowed
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Rhododendron flammeumAzalea, Oconee 6 $ 22 spring,orange6-8 ftacidic
p.sun- p.shade
well drained
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Rhododendron austrinumAzalea, Florida Flame9 $ 12 16 $ 22 spring, orange/yellow6-10acidicp sun- p.shadewell drained
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Rhododendron austrinumAzalea, Don's Variegated8 $ 22 spring, red/orange6-8acidicp.shadewell drained
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Rhododendron canescensPiedmont Azelea3 $ 12 8
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Rhus copallinumWinged Sumac7 $ 8 July-August. Yellow12-25sunDryLunadecidious, sour fruit edible
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Rosa palustrisSwamp Rosejune- july pink3-6 ft.4 to 9rich, acid,boggyfull sunwet
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Sabal minorDwarf Palmetto2 $ 20 white/may5-10sun-shademoist,wetmoderateevergreenSeldom
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Sambucus canadensisElderberry9 $ 8 0 $ 12 late Spring, white3-6 ft acidsun to part shademoist, richx
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Sassafras albidumSassafras1 $ 20 30-60avgp.shade-sunmedxSeldom
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Serenoa repensSaw Palmetto -green-12 $ 20 white/may-july10-12p.shadeSeldom
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Spirea tomentosaSteeplebushPink/spring
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Vaccinium asheiRabbiteye Blueberry7 $ 10 28 $ 16 pink/spring15well drainedsun-p.shade
Edible, Great Blueberries: Cultivars Becki Blue, Tifblue, Climax, Woodard, Premier
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Vaccinium corymbosumBlueberry, Southern highbush08 $ 15 Pink/spring6-12acidsun to shadeavgEdible: Great BlueberriesFrequent
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Vaccinium darrowiiBlueberry, Dwarf18 $ 20 white/spring2-4 ft8 to 9acidsun to part shadeavgEdible: Tiny berries, evergreen, acidic soilsFrequent
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Viburnum dentatumViburnum, Arrowwood5 $ 8 5 $ 12 6-102-8part sun-sunwetxdecidiousOccasional
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Viburnum nudumViburnum, Possumhaw17 $ 8
spring. Blue berries
12-20acidsun-shademoist, wetOccasional
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Viburnum obovatumViburnum, Walter's -mrs schillers7 $ 8 0 $ 16 spring/white w red,then black berries6 ft. 6 to 9moistsun to part shademoist, richSlightOccasional
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Viburnum obovatumViburnum, Walter's6 $ 8 4 $ 16 spring/white w red,then black berries6 ft. 6 to 9moistsun to part shademoist, richSlightOccasional
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Xanthorhiza simplicissimaYellowroot7 $ 8 spring, purple2 ftwet, sandydappledwet
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Yucca filamentosaAdams Needle0 $ 8 Summer, white2-3neutralsundryevergreen
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Yucca aloifoliaSpanish Bayonet10 $ 8 $ 15 summer white3-6 ft.8 to 11avgsun can survive droughtHighevergreenSeldom
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Zanthxylum clava-herculisToothache tree6 $ 20 yellow/march15-25ftsundryhighGiant Swallowtail
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Perennial Flowers Flowers
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Achillea millefoliumYarrow3 $ 7 0 $ 10 3sun-p.shadeavgdrought tolerantSeldom
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Agastache foeniculumGiant Hyssop17 $ 7 Summer/Purple2-4sun to part shadeavgteaSeldom
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Aquilegia canensisColumbine10Spring/pinkshade to part shade
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Baptisia australisBlue Wild Indigo3 $ 7 summer/blue1-3 ft.4 to 8avgsun to part shadedryseldom
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Baptisia albaFalse Indigo, White12 $ 7 apr-jul/white2-4acidsundry-moistseldom
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Brickella cordifoliaFlyr's Nemesis0 $ 7
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Calamintha georgianaGeorgia Savory4 $ 7 summer/pinkish white6-18 in.6 to 9avgsun to part shadedrought tolerant
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Canna flaccidaGolden Canna Lily9 $ 7 summer yellow2-3 ft.8 to 11avgfull sun to shademoist soil
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Chrysogonum virginianumGreen and Gold18 $ 7 spring, yellow1 ftwell drained, fertilepart shade-sunmoistsemi-evergreen, groundcoverseldom
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Conradina canescensFalse Rosemary3 $ 7 5 $ 15 summer/lavender1-2 ft,7 to 10sun
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Coreopsis Coreopsis, Double9 $ 7 Summer/gold double1-2 ft.3 to 8avgsundrought tolerantSlightseldom
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Coreopsis auriculataCoreopsis, Dwarf18 $ 7 Summer/gold 1-2 ft.3 to 8avgsundrought tolerantSlightseldom
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Coreopsis integrifoliaCoreopsis, Chipola River 10 $ 7 fall/yellow1 ft5-9avgsun-p.shademed/wet
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Coreopsis lanceolataCoreopsis, Lanceleaf15 $ 7 Summer/gold 1-2 ft.3 to 8avgsundrought tolerantSlightnectarseldom
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Coreopsis verticillataCoreopsis, Threadleaf9 $ 7 Summer/gold1-2sundrySlightseldom
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Crinum americanaSouthern Swamp Lily22 $ 12 white/summer1-38-11part shadewetSlightevergreenSeldom
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Dyschoriste oblongifoliaTwin flower2 $ 7 evergreen/lavendar6-12 inacidp.shade to p. sunmoistgroundcover/ Drought tolerant
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Echinacea purpureaConeflower, Purple0 $ 7 Summer/ pink1-2 4 to 8 Sundry-medSlightseldom
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Eryngium aquaticumMarsh Rattlesnake master3 $ 7 May-August/White3-6acidpart shadeMoist, wet
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Erythrina herbaceaCoral Bean9 $ 8 0 $ 15 red/spring3-4 ft.7b-10bavgsun to part shadedrought- tolerantslight
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Eupatorium fistulosumJoe Pye Weed 'gateway'0 $ 7 Pink/summerto 4 feet8 to 10Avgsun to part shademoistxseveral mothsleaves may scortch is allowed to dry outseldom
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Eupatorium coelestinumWild Ageratum/ Mistflower9 $ 7 mid-May blue/purple1-3 ft.4 to 8Avgsunmedxnectar
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Eurybia divaricataAster, Wood0 $ 7 fall/white1-2 ft3 to 8loamyshade-part shademoist, well drainedpearl crescent
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Gallardia pulchellaBlanket Flower0 $ 7 June-Sept.8-10 in.2 to 10Avg to poorsunwell-drainedHighbordered patch, painted schinia mothseldom
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Geranium maculatumWild Geranium0 $ 7 spring.pink/blue1-23-8p.shade-p.sunmoist.well drainedxdoes well in spring/dormant in summer
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Helianthus lemon queenSmall Woodland Sunflower21 $ 7 0 $ 10 2-4p.sun-sundry-med
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Helianthus angustifoliaSwamp Sunflower 'morninglight'5 $ 7 Fall / Yellow2-4 ft.5 to 10AvgFull sunmoist to wetx
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Helianthus debilisBeach Sunflower15 $ 7 yellow, year round2-4sunavg
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Heliopsis helianthoidesSmooth Oxeye16 $ 7 spring to summr golden w mahogany center36-48 in.3 to 9Avg to goodFull sunwell-drained
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Heuchera americanaCoral Bells 'Dales strain'12 $ 7 1-2acidp.shade-shademedxbest heuchera in southern heatseldom
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Heuchera villosaCoral Bells 'citronelle'23 $ 7 1acidp.shade-shademedgrows well in potsseldom
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Hibiscus coccineus Mallow, Scarlet Rose 'texas star'15 $ 8 Summer/ White2-7 ft7 to 11AvgFull sunMed.to moist
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Hibiscus laevisMallow, Halberd leaf rosemallow7 $ 7
May-Nov, white/red
6ftsun-p.shademoist
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