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An important element of any landscape, shrubs not only provide beauty but help screen, shade and protect your home. Shrubs come in all shapes, sizes, colors and textures ready for you to create a design that fulfills your special needs.

There are two major categories of Camellias, Camellia Sasanqua and Camellia Japonica. Camellia Sasanqua have similar leaves than Camellia Japonica. Sasanquas bear clusters of smaller flowers in late fall and early winter. Evg. ALS - 5'T x 3'W.

Carissa Holly
An outstanding dwarf, dense growing shrub. The leaves are dark glossy green with one spine at the tip. Evg. ALS - 3'T x 3'W.

Cast Iron Plant
An evergreen perennial with lance-shaped, glossy, dark green leaves. Erect, broadly bell-shaped cream flowers with maroon inside bloom early summer. Evg. ALS - 2'T x 3'W,

Chinese Privet
Fast growing shrub with variegated foliage. Evg./Dec. ALS - 8'T x 6'W.

Rounded upright shrub with dark glossy foliage. New growth is bronze-red. Evg. ALS - 5'T x 4'W.

Crape Myrtle
The lilac of the south. Small ornamental tree, beautiful flowers all summer long. Choose form colors of red, rose, pink, purple or white. Dec. ALS - 25'T x 15'W.

Crimson Pygmy Barberry
Small growing compact shrub with bronzy blood red foliage. Needs min. minimum maintenance.

Dwarf Chinese Holly
Compact low growing shrub with a rounding growing habit. Requires acid soil. Evg. ALS - 3'T x 2'W.

Dwarf Crepe Myrtle
Same as the crape myrtle but in a small shrub form. Dec. ALS - 5'T x 3'W.

Dwarf Gardenia
Small growing shrub with glossy green leaves and small white intensely fragrant flowers in spring. Evg. ALS - 1'T x 2'W.