* denotes NEW plants for the Fall 2007 - Summer 2008

Lagerstroemia Cherry Dazzle™   (Gardeners Confidence Collection - click on link)
 
Lagerstroemia Dazzle Me Pink™     (Gardeners Confidence Collection - click on link)
 
Lagerstroemia Raspberry Dazzle™     (Gardeners Confidence Collection - click on link)
 
Lagerstroemia Ruby Dazzle™     (Gardeners Confidence Collection - click on link)
 
Lagerstroemia Snow Dazzle™     (Gardeners Confidence Collection - click on link)
 
Lagerstroemia indica 'Whit VI', PP#14,438, Burgundy Cotton®
(Shrub to 12 to 15 feet) (Zone 7) White flowers on burgundy foliage. A Carl Whitcomb introduction.  Propagation without a license is prohibited.                                                                                                        $1.25 each
 
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Carolina Beauty’
(Tree to 20 feet) (Zone 7) Upright habit with red flowers.      0.60¢ each
‘Carolina Beauty’
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Catawba’
(Shrub to 10 feet)  (Zone 7) Dark purple flowers. Leaves have red fall color.      .0.60¢ each
‘Catawba’
   
 

'Cedar Lane Red'

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Cedar Lane Red’
(Shrub to 8 feet) (Zone 7) True dark red flowers with red new growth. From Cedar Lane Farms in Madison, Georgia.    0.60¢ each
 

'Chickasaw'

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Chickasaw’
(Shrub to 2 feet) (Zone 7) A 1999 release by the National Arboretum. A dwarf with pink-lavender flowers and glossy dark green foliage. We have found it to be a fast grower for a dwarf plant.      0.75¢ each
 

'Choctaw'

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Choctaw’
(Tree to 20 feet) (Zone 7) Bright pink flowers and vase-shaped habit. Dr. Egolf called it the best large, pink cultivar.     0.60¢ each
 
Lagerstroemia indica 'Whit II', PP#10296 Dynamite®
(Tree to 20 feet) (Zone 6)  Cherry red flowers on a vigorous upright grower. Mildew resistant. Looks to be the large true red we have been looking for. A Carl Whitcomb introduction.  Propagation without a license is Prohibited.     $1.25 each
Dynamite®
 
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Lipan’
(Shrub to 12 feet) (Zone 7) Lavender flowers with white exfoliating bark. Georgia Gold Medal Winner in 1996. 
                                                                                                                                                   0.60¢ each
‘Lipan’
 
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Muskogee’
(Tree to 20 feet) (Zone 7) Light lavender flowers with gray bark.      0.60¢ each
‘Muskogee’
 
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Natchez’
(Tree to 20 feet) (Zone 7) White flowers with cinnamon exfoliating bark.     0.60¢ each
‘Natchez’
 
Lagerstroemia indica 'Whit III' PP#10319 Pink Velour®
(Shrub to 10 feet) (Zone 6) Bright pink flowers with wine-burgundy foliage. The incredible foliage is sure to make this a top seller. Best foliage of any crapemyrtle. A Carl Whitcomb introduction.      $1.25 each
Pink Velour®
 
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Pocomoke’
(Shrub to 2 feet) (Zone 7) A 1999 release by the National Arboretum. A dwarf pink with foliage slightly larger and more ovate than ‘Chickasaw’.      0.75¢ each
‘Pocomoke’
 

Red Rocket®

Lagerstroemia indica 'Whit IV' PP#11342 Red Rocket®
(Tree to 20 feet) (Zone 6)  A Carl Whitcomb introduction that is a vigorous upright grower with cherry red flowers in huge clusters. Propagation without a license is Prohibited.     $1.25 each
 

'Sarah's Favorite'

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Sarah’s Favorite’
(Tree to 20 feet) (Zone 6) White flowers that are looser and more graceful than ‘Natchez’. Hardier than ‘Natchez’ and becoming more in demand every year.    0.60¢ each
 
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Sioux’
(Shrub to 12 feet) (Zone 7) Dark pink flowers with the darkest green foliage of any crapemyrtle. Georgia Gold Medal winner in 1996.                                                                                                                                          0.60¢ each
‘Sioux’
 

'Tonto'

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Tonto’
(Shrub to 8 feet) (Zone 7) Fuchsia-red flowers. Georgia Gold Medal winner.     0.60¢ each
 
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Tuscarora’
(Tree to 15 feet) (Zone 7) Dark coral pink flowers with red-orange fall color.      0.60¢ each  
‘Tuscarora’
 
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Velma's Royal Delight'
 (Shrub to 5 feet) (Zone 7) A compact, dense grower with royal purple flowers.     065˘ each
 

'White Chocolate'

Lagerstroemia indica ‘White Chocolate’
(Shrub to 8 to 10 feet) (Zone 6) A ‘Pocomoke’ seedling from the University of Georgia and the Center for Applied Nursery Research in Dearing, Georgia. White flowers with chocolate-bronze foliage. Foliage color is excellent.     0.70¢ each
 
Lantana camara ‘Miss Huff ’
(Perennial to 5 feet) (Zone 7) A hardy lantana with profuse orange, yellow, and pink blooms from June until frost. Introduced by Goodness Grows in Lexington, Georgia.                                                                                         0.60¢ each
‘Miss Huff ’
 
Lespedeza bicolor 'Yakushima'
(Perennial to 1ft.) (Zone 4)  A low growing tightly mounded cultivar with small pink flowers and foliage smaller than the species.                                                                                                                                         0.75˘ each
 
Lespedeza thunbergii  ‘Little Buddy’
(Perennial to 3 feet) (Zone 5)  A new purple flowering cultivar that grows more upright and more compact than other cultivars.                                                                                                                                          0.70¢ each
 
Lespedeza thunbergii  ‘Pink Cascade’
(Perennial to 3 feet) (Zone 5)  Green cascading branches are covered with pink blooms in the summer.         0.70¢ each
‘Pink Cascade’
 

Spring Grove™

Lespedeza thunbergii Spring Grove™
(Perennial to 3 feet) (Zone 5)  The best of the purple-flowering cultivars. Drought and poor soil tolerant. Selected by Mike Dirr from Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio.                                   0.70¢ each
 

Leucothoe axillaris

* Leucothoe axillaris
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 4 feet) (Zone 5)  Glossy dark green foliage and white flowers in April and May.  Prefers partial to full shade.                                                                 0.90˘ each
   
Leucothoe axillaris 'Dodd's Variegated'
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 3 feet) (Zone 7-10)  A variegated axillaris that performs better than 'Rainbow' in the South.  More heat tolerant, leaf spot resistant, and sun tolerant.  From Tommy Dodd III in Semmes, AL.  Fragrant white flowers in April and creamy variegated foliage that is reddish in the spring.                                                                  $1.00 each
 

Leucothoe axillaris 'Jenkins'                                                                                                                                (Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 3 ft) (Zone 7-10)  Dark green evergreen foliage and fragrant white flowers in the spring.  Blooms heavily in the shade yet seems to tolerate sun in our Nursery.  The plant was introduced and named for the wonderful "Miss Margie" Jenkins of Amite, LA.                                                                                                   $1.00 each

                                                                                                                              'Royal Ruby'
Leucothoe keiskei 'Royal Ruby'
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 2 feet) (Zone 7) A small arching evergreen shrub that prefers semi-shade.  New growth is a shining red and white flowers appear in July.  Fall color is a deep red.     $1.00 each
Leucothoe populifolia
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 10 feet) (Zone 6) A very versatile native evergreen shrub for shade to full sun. No leaf spot and nice texture.      0.80¢ each
Leucothoe populifolia
 

 Leprechaun™

Leucothoe populifolia PP#13,347 'Taylor's Treasure' Leprechaun
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 4 feet) (Zone 6) Attractive compact Leucothoe with tight growth habit and smaller foliage than species. Introduced by PSDI in Loxley, Alabama. Multiple use plant with a bright future.      $1.30 each
 

' Coriaceum'

Ligustrum japonicum ‘Coriaceum’
(Shrub to 6 feet) (Zone 7)  Upright growth habit with whorled leaves.                                                                                    0.85¢ each
Ligustrum japonicum ‘Recurvifolium’
(Shrub to 6 feet) Zone 7. A slightly smaller leaved form with a wavy leaf margin. Hardier and more compact than the species.                                                                                                   .0.80¢ each  
 

'Swift Creek'

Ligustrum sinense ‘Swift Creek’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 6 feet) (Zone 6) Best foliage and growth habit of any variegated Ligustrum that I have seen. From Lanny Thomas at Swift Creek Nursery in Clayton, North Carolina. Though I have never been a variegated Ligustrum fan, and said I would never sell any, this cultivar changed my mind.     0.80¢ each
Loropetalum chinense  var. rubrum ‘Blush’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 12 feet) (Zone 7) Pale green foliage with pinkish new growth and pink flowers in April/May.                                                                              0.90˘ each  
 var. rubrum ‘Blush’
 
Loropetalum chinense Carolina Moonlight™    (Gardeners Confidence Collection - click on link)
 
Loropetalum chinense 'Daruma’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 3 feet) (Zone 7) Compact, low growing Japanese cultivar.  Height is equal to the spread.                                                                                                                                                        $1.20 each
 
Loropetalum chinense Ever Red™    (Gardeners Confidence Collection - click on link)
 
Loropetalum chinense  Little Rose Dawn™    (Gardeners Confidence Collection - click on link)
 
Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum ‘Ruby’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 6 feet) (Zone 7) The most compact cultivar to date. Ruby red foliage and pink flowers in April/May. A seedling selection of Ying Qiang Huo of Oriental Trees and Shrubs in Athens, Georgia.      0.90¢ each
var. rubrum ‘Ruby’
 
Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum ‘Zhuzhou’
(Broadleaf evergreen large shrub/small tree to 15 feet) (Zone 7) Best foliage color, darkest pink flowers, fastest growing, most upright, and hardiest of all the pink cultivars. Blooms in the spring and the fall. An excellent ever-red screen. Another plant brought from China by Ying Qiang Huo.     0.90¢ each
var. rubrum ‘Zhuzhou'
 
Lysimachia ciliata ‘Firecracker’
(Perennial to 3 feet) (Zone 3) Native perennial with bronze/purple foliage and yellow flowers in the spring.        0.70¢ each
‘Firecracker’

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