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Aesculus parviflora - 3 Qt
Aesculus parviflora - 3 Qt

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Buttercup Winterhazel - 2 quart
Buttercup Winterhazel - 2 quart

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Corylopsis pauciflora is the smallest of the Corylopsis species, and therefore perhaps the easiest to use in most gardens. It reaches 5 or 6’ and is easily as wide, and brings butter-yellow dangling flowers to the late winter garden before the new leaves emerge. Whether the blooms are fragrant is debatable, some say yes, some say no - my nose says no. Excellent in sun or part shade; it works well in woodland sites. Deciduous, zones 6-8.
   
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Calycanthus floridus ’Michael Lindsey’ - 2 quart
Calycanthus floridus ’Michael Lindsey’ - 2 quart

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One of the holy grail of woody ornamentals, Calycanthus floridus ’Michael Lindsey’ in our opinion is the best sweetshrub for many reasons -- fragrance, stature, dark green foliage. Some difficulty in propagating this plant has contributed to its mythic status. These are rooted cuttings from the original plant we bought from Holbrook Farm in the early 90’s. For years we were bollixed in our attempt to propagate it & may be again, but for now we have a few of the real deal. Zones 5 - 9. Deciduous & delicious. Height to 6 feet.
   
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    Sku: 195 Browse Category: Trees & Shrubs
Corylopsis species - 7 gallon
Corylopsis species - 7 gallon

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These are seedlings from the mature Winterhazels planted in field #4. As named when we planted them are four different species: Corylopsis glabrescens; C. veitchiana; C. sinensis; C. spicata. The seedlings sprouted downhill in a damp area below C. veitchiana, but we have no way to know which of the species are the parents. All of the potential parent species are large (12-15’ tall) multi-trunked shrubs so these seedlings will become a sizeable addition to any garden. Winterhazels bloom with dangling chains of pale yellow flowers in late winter before the new foliage emerges in the spring. Texts claim the flowers are fragrant, but if so, not heavily. A "smell test" survey from March, 1998, by a panel of four agreed that 5 of the 21 specimens were "slightly" or "faintly" fragrant and 1 was definitely so (C. glabrescens). None will be confused with Osmanthus. Zones (6 - 8). These are available for pickup at the nursery only.
   
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    Sku: 471-0 Browse Category: Trees & Shrubs
Evergreen Flowering Dogwood - trade gallon
Evergreen Flowering Dogwood - trade gallon

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These are seedlings of Cornus elliptica, a Chinese evergreen dogwood that has performed wonderfully in the gardens here at Wilkerson Mill. Blooms in June for up to a month if the weather is kind (not too hot and dry). Happiest in bright shade, I think; no all-day direct summer sun here (GA). Height to 20 feet and almost as wide. Zone information in the literature suggest 7(b) - 9.
   
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Gold Finch Paperbush - 2 qt
Gold Finch Paperbush - 2 qt

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’Gold Finch’ is a selection of Edgeworthia chrysantha we collected from Dixon Gardens and Museum in Memphis in February, 2014. It’s a vigorous and handsome shrub for gardeners who live in Zones 7 - 9. The fragrant flowers appear in late winter at the tips of the branched stems before the new leaves emerge. It’s in the same botanical family as Daphne with a similar intoxicating fragrance as D. odora. Fortunately it is not as finicky about it’s care. Plant in a partially shaded, adequately moist spot in a part of the garden you regularly visit in late winter and enjoy. Height to about 5 feet.
   
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Golden Bridalwreath - 2 quart
Golden Bridalwreath - 2 quart

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In earliest spring the graceful arching branches of the 4 foot Spiraea thunbergii ’Ogon’ are clothed in small white blooms which dance unfazed by late frosts. The sparkling chartreuse foliage of spring and summer turns amber in the fall -- an eye-catching bright spot in the garden. Sun or perhaps even better in lightest shade. Deciduous. Zones 4 - 8.
   
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Graham Thomas Rose - trade gallon
Graham Thomas Rose - trade gallon

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We don’t grow many roses, only two or three, because we haven’t the patience to spray and prune and spray and prune and spray, as many roses require in order to perform in the garden. But we consider Rosa ’Graham Thomas’ to be a winner. Introduced in 1983 at the Chelsea Flower Show by David Austin the blooms are double, of pure yellow and very fragrant. It’s generally classified as an English shrub rose, and it gets tall, 8 to 9 feet, so plan ahead. Correct cultivar name is Rosa ’Ausmas’ named for a duly famous English plantsman. Zones 5 - 9
   
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Red Cascade Rose - trade gallon
Catalog:     Sku: 3512 Browse Category: Trees & Shrubs
Grefsheim Spirea - trade gallon
Grefsheim Spirea - trade gallon

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A hybrid from Norway, Spiraea x cinera ’Grefsheim’ is particularly heavy-flowering in early spring before the leaves appear. Blooms are white. Growth habit is upright with arching stems. It will tolerate some shade but is best in full sun. Height to 4 feet or so and about as wide. The foliage is a soft sea-green. Dr. Dirr writes "about as handsome an early-flowering spirea as one could ever hope to find." Zones 4 - 8.
   
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Early Dutch Woodbine Honeysuckle - 1 gallon
Catalog:     Sku: 59 Browse Category: Trees & Shrubs
Jane Platt Dwarf Fothergilla - 3 qt
Jane Platt Dwarf Fothergilla - 3 qt

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Fothergilla gardenii ’Jane Platt’ is a dwarf form of the native witch-alder with a drooping habit, to a height of perhaps 3 feet. This is a true "gardenii" species unlike the more commonly sold selection ’Mt. Airy’. ’Jane Platt’ will grow in either sun or shade but will have better fall color in more sun. The flowers are creamy-white, honey-scented, in spring before the foliage appears. Deciduous. Zones 5 - 8.
   
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Japanese Maple - 3 qt
Japanese Maple - 3 qt

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These are Acer palmatum seedlings from one of many 15’ tall green-leaf Japanese maples in our gardens. As seedlings they will exhibit genetic diversity, although I expect most will be upright-growing with green foliage turning orange-to-red in autumn like the mama trees. Our experience with Acer palmatum is that once established it is a tough survivor even through periods of neglect. An example, we planted 3 seedlings across the creek some 25 years ago and watered them in with a 5 gallon bucket of creek water. We never watered or fertilized them again. They all survive. Zones 6 - 8.
   
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Kalopanax septemlobus - 2 quart
Kalopanax septemlobus - 2 quart

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Castor-aralia is a little-used and little-known deciduous shade tree that over time becomes a magnificent specimen where space allows. The primary objection to this beauty is the sharp, numerous trunk thorns or "prickles" that make it not user-friendly at a young age. The ultimate attraction when it gains some age is the large green foliage creating a tropical-like canopy on a tree that can reach 50’ or more. I first saw it in full maturity at Mount Auburn Cemetery outside Boston during an International Plant Propagators Society tour some 20+ years ago. Had to grow it. Fall color in Georgia has been a consistent butter yellow. Bees love the summer flowers. Zones 4 - 7.
   
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Large-Flowered Two-Winged Silverbell - 2 gallon
Large-Flowered Two-Winged Silverbell - 2 gallon

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Orange-flowered Tea Olive - 3 quart
Orange-flowered Tea Olive - 3 quart

$27.95
’Beni Kin Mokosei’ osmanthus is a fragrant selection of Osmanthus fragrans var. aurantiacus that nurseryman Ted Stephens brought back from Japan. It is a darker orange-red form of the large-growing evergreen shrub that perfumes the garden in the fall and early winter in Zones 7 - 10. You would be wise to have it in your garden if space allows. Height to 15 feet, usually multi-stemmed. Sun or or bright shade; deer don’t browse. We only have a few. If we’re sold out, go to the source Nurseries Caroliniana.
   
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