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Lagerstroemia indica Crepe Myrtle Muskogee Lavender

Lagerstroemia indica or Hardy Muskogee Lavender Crepe or crape myrtle.
Lagerstroemia indica Crepe Myrtle Muskogee Lavender

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Pint plant from this wonderful large shrub Lagerstroemia indica or Muskogee Lavender Crepe crape myrtle. This deciduous small tree of 15 to 20 feet has these large groups of deep lavender blossoms . This variety blooms earlier that most. Keep in full sun and tolerates a range of soil types. Can be grown as a shrub or small tree in zones 7-9.



Lantana Chapel Hill Yellow

Here I offer a Starter Plant of Lantana Chapel Hill Yellow. This brilliant hybrid was introduced in 2007, and attracts all kinds of birds, butterflies, and bees. This versatile plant is drought tolerant, deer resistant, and does not mind being grown in a pot. Its maximum height seems to be about 2 feet. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 11 Lantana Chapel Hill Yellow
Lantana Chapel Hill Yellow

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Here I offer a Starter Plant of Lantana Chapel Hill Yellow. This brilliant hybrid was introduced in 2007, and attracts all kinds of birds, butterflies, and bees. This versatile plant is drought tolerant, deer resistant, and does not mind being grown in a pot. Its maximum height seems to be about 2 feet. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 11




Leycesteria formosa Golden Lanterns Honeysuckle

Starter plant of Leycesteria formosa or Pheasant Berry or Himalayn Hoyeysuckle. This very unusual variety produces blossoms in the mid summer and bright red berries in the fall. These very unusual drooping maroon and white blossom clusters on the tips of the branches. Hardy in zones 4-9 and is very easy to grow and does keep in a nice shrub form. Starter plant of Leycesteria formosa or Pheasant Berry or Himalayn Hoyeysuckle. This very unusual variety produces blossoms in the mid summer and bright red berries in the fall. These very unusual drooping maroon and white blossom clusters on the tips of the branches. Hardy in zones 4-9 and is very easy to grow and does keep in a nice shrub form.
Leycesteria formosa Golden Lanterns Honeysuckle

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Starter plant of Golden Leycesteria formosa, Pheasant Berry, Golden Lanterns or Himalayn Hoyeysuckle. This very unusual variety produces blossoms in the mid summer and bright red berries in the fall. These very unusual drooping maroon and white blossom clusters on the tips of the branches. Hardy in zones 4-9 and is very easy to grow and does keep in a nice shrub form.



Ligustrum lucidum Japanese Privet

of the most fragrant of the southern shrubs, Ligustrum or Japanese Privit. This plant produces masses of lovely white blossoms in the summer that will cover the plant. In the summer, when in blossom the intoxicating fragrance carries 40 feet from the plant and the neighborhood is perfumed. This plant is a very fast grower and will reach up to 8 feet tall and 5 feet across, a favorite for evergreen hedges. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B area easily and will be hardy even in zone 7.
Ligustrum lucidum Japanese Privet

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Gallon plant 8 to 18 inches tall of the most fragrant of the southern shrubs, Ligustrum or Chinese Privet. This plant produces masses of lovely white blossoms in the summer that will cover the plant. In the summer, when in blossom the intoxicating fragrance carries 40 feet from the plant and the neighborhood is perfumed. This plant is a very fast grower and will reach up to 8 feet tall and 5 feet across, a favorite for evergreen hedges. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B area easily and will be hardy even in zone 7.



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