This beautiful evergreen tree has holly-like leaves and grows 40 to 80 feet tall and 60 to 100 feet wide. It is capable of vigorous growth under favorable conditions, yet tolerates poor conditions that include compacted soils and salt spray. Used extensively in street plantings in the South.
Reddish purple flowers are white on the inside and appear before the foliage on this deciduous magnolia. The foliage is dark green and glossy. Jane grows to 10-12 feet.
Spectacular large shrub or small tree valued for its beautiful large tulip-shaped blooms, purplish-pink with white interior. Great garden specimen; use it to anchor shrub beds. Deciduous.
Compact, semi-erect conifer with interesting, thread-like needles that weep and drape over the entire shrub. Bright, golden-yellow new foliage, even in full sun. Excellent mop-headed accent plant that makes nice background border or small hedge. Evergreen.
A mounding and weeping variety with glossy, dark green leaves. New foliage is a rich, coppery red. Bright rosy-pink flowers appear in early spring before the foliage emerges. Grows to 5 feet tall with a spread of 5 to 12 feet.