* denotes NEW plants for 2014



Ilex crenata ‘Hoogendorn’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 3 feet) (Zone 5)  Low-growing dense evergreen shrub. The hardiest of the crenata cultivars. A male from Hoogendorn Nursery in Rhode Island.  Will pollinate Ilex verticillata.                                                                          0.80˘ each
Ilex crenata ‘Sky Pencil’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 10 feet) (Zone 6)  Columnar form of the species, thus the name ‘Sky Pencil’. Excellent for height in limited spaces.     0.80˘ each
‘Sky Pencil’

'Soft Touch'

Ilex crenata ‘Soft Touch’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 4 feet) (Zone 6)  A compact cultivar with small, soft foliage. Along with ‘Hoogendorn’, a superior choice to ‘Helleri’ and ‘Compacta’.    0.80˘ each
Ilex crenata ‘Steeds’
(Broadleaf evergreen to 8 feet) (Zone 6)  An upright pyramidal grower with lustrous dark green foliage.     0.80˘ each
                                                                                                                                 Ilex 'Nigra'
Ilex glabra ‘Nigra’
(Broadleaf evergreen 3 ft x 6 ft) (Zone 4)  Darkest green, best foliage, heaviest fruiter, and fullest to the ground of any inkberry.  Attractive purplish foliage in the winter.  Drawing rave reviews throughout the country.  Rediscovered by Mike Dirr at the Arnold Arboretum.                                                                                 0.90˘ each
Ilex glabra ‘Shamrock’
(Broadleaf evergreen to 4 feet) (Zone 4)  Smaller, more elliptical foliage than the above. The best known of the small inkberrys, but its days are numbered.     0.90˘ each
Ilex glabra ‘Shamrock’


Ilex verticillata ‘Red Sprite’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 4 feet) (Zone 5)  A compact growing Winterberry with heavy red fruit set.     $1.10 each

‘Red Sprite’

Ilex verticillata ‘Southern Gentleman’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 5 feet) (Zone 3)  Male pollinator for Sparkleberry, ‘Winter Red’, and many others.    $1.00 each


                                                                                                                         Ilex 'Winter Red'


Ilex verticillata ‘Winter RedŽ’
(Shrub to 10 feet) (Zone 4)  Large clusters of red fruit in the fall and winter.        $1.00 each                                                                


Ilex verticillata × I. serrata ‘Apollo’
(Shrub to 6 feet) (Zone 4)  Male, deciduous holly. A perfect match for ‘Sparkleberry’.     $1.00 each


Ilex verticillata × I. serrata ‘Sparkleberry’
(Shrub to 10 feet) (Zone 4) A National Arboretum release and award-winning deciduous holly. New growth is purple and has abundant red fruit in the fall thru winter.     $1.00 each
Illicium floridanum
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub 6 -10 feet) (Zone 7)  Native evergreen shrub for the shade. Maroon-red flowers in April/May and aromatic foliage.     $1.00 each
Illicium floridanum
Illicium parviflorum
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 15 feet) (Zone 7) Best Illicium for the sun. Olive green foliage makes this evergreen an excellent screening plant.     $1.00 each
Illicium parviflorum


Indigofera amblyantha
(Shrub to 8 feet) (Zone 6) We received this plant from Ted Stephens at Nurseries Caroliniana and continue to marvel at this plant. Ted lists it as one of his top 10 favorite plants. It produces pink flowers at every node from March to mid-October. The profuse flowering over a long period and graceful foliage and habit makes for a wonderful garden addition.      $1.00 each
Indigofera amblyantha


Indigofera decora
(Shrub to 3 feet) (Zone 6)  Low-growing, spreading shrub with pink drooping flowers throughout the spring and summer.                                                                                                                                      $1.00 each
Indigofera decora


Itea virginica ‘Henry’s Garnet’
(Shrub to 5 feet) (Zone 5) Very adaptable native shrub for sun, shade, wet, or dry. White, fragrant flowers in May with brilliant garnet fall color. Best fall color of all the Itea cultivars.     0.90˘ each                                                                                                                            
Itea virginica ‘Henry’s Garnet’

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