* denotes NEW plants 2017




Callicarpa americana

(Shrub to 4 to 8 feet) (Zone 7)  Lavender flowers and large violet fruit in clusters in the fall and winter. This native shrub is excellent for naturalizing and for cut fruiting branches.     
   
 

Callicarpa dichotoma 'Duet'
(Shrub to 4 feet)  (Zone 5) A new National Arboretum release with yellow/green variegated foliage, white flowers, and small white fruit that appear in late summer/early fall.  Grows in full sun but prefers light shade.                                                        

   
Callicarpa dichotoma ‘Issai’
(shrub to 3 feet) (Zone 5) An early flowering and fruiting cultivar with small violet fruit in the fall and winter. One of our favorite plants!                                                                                                        
‘Issai’
 



Caryopteris x clandonensis
'Dark Knight'
(Perennial to 3feet) (Zone 6) Deep blue flowers from June - September.       
 
Caryopteris ×clandonensis First Choice PP#11,958  Found in our PlantHaven Collection
 
Cercis chinensis 'Don Egolf''
(9 ft.x 9 ft.) (Zone 6) A shrub type redbud with abundant deep rosy mauve flowers up and down the stems in March.  A National Arboretum release named after renowned shrub breeder Dr. Don Egolf.  Blooms at a young age.
                                                                       
'Don Egolf''

                                              

   

 
 

Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Crippsii'
(Evergreen shrub to 50 feet) (Zone 4-8) A broad pyramidal form with graceful frond-like branchlets which gently droop at tips.  Sprays of feathery rich golden-yellow foliage changing to green within the plant's interior distinguish this fine-textured evergreen.
                                                                   

  
   

 
 

Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Gold Mop'
(Evergreen shrub 10-15 feet) (Zone 4-8) A compact yellow-foliaged from that performs well in the South.                           
 

 

Chamaecyparis pisifera 'King's Gold'
(Evergreen shrub 10-15 feet) (Zone 4-8) A yellow-foliaged cultivar that holds it color during the hot months in the South.  Looks to be more compact and spreading than 'Gold Mop'                       

 
 Clethra alnifolia ‘Hummingbird’
 (shrub to 3 feet) (Zone 3)  Compact form with dark green foliage and fragrant white flowers in June-July. Georgia Gold            Medal winner in 1996.     
 
Hummingbird’
   

 

Clethra alnifolia ‘Ruby Spice’
(shrub to 4 to 8 feet)  (Zone 3) The darkest pink-flowering cultivar available. The flower buds are red before they open. Has or will replace all other pink cultivars.    
 

 
Clethra alnifolia ‘Sixteen Candles’
(shrub to 3 feet) (Zone 3) A seedling of ‘Hummingbird’ selected by Mike Dirr. 4 to 6 inch long, white, fragrant flowers in July that are held upright and do not splay like ‘Hummingbird’.    
 
 

Cryptomeria japonica ‘Black Dragon’
(evergreen large shrub or small tree to 20 feet) (Zone 5) Compact dark green-needled form with pyramidal growth habit.                                                                                                                                                       

 
Cryptomeria japonica ‘Globosa Nana’
(evergreen shrub to 4 to 8 feet) (Zone 5)  Dense dome-shaped form. The foliage looks identical to the taller species.   
                                                                                                                                                     
‘Globosa Nana’
   

 

Cryptomeria japonica ‘Gyokuryu’
(evergreen shrub to 10 feet) (Zone 5)  Dense pyramidal growth with shorter needles and darker green foliage than the species. Holds its color in the winter.   

 

 
Cryptomeria japonica ‘Radicans’
   (evergreen shrub to 50 feet) (Zone 5)  A blue-green form that does not bronze as much in the winter.     
 
Cupressocyparis x leylandii
(Evergreen tree to 60 feet) (Zone 6) Fast growing, upright evergreen that maintains its dark green foliage through the winter. Great for screening and Christmas trees. Many people, including myself, have tried for years to replace the Leyland with a better plant, but have yet to succeed. The bottom line is it is still one of the highest demanded plants!    
 
×Cupressocyparis leylandii

 

Cupressocyparis x leylandi 'Murray x'
(Evergreen tree to 60 feet) (Zone 6) A finer textured selection that grows faster and has less disease problems than Leyland Cypress.                                                                                                                  

 

 

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