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  1. Abelia 'Edward Gaucher'

    Abelia 'Edward Goucher'

    Edward Goucher Abelia

    Beautiful, semi-evergreen shrub with gracefully arching branches. Features clusters of lavender-pink, funnel-shaped flowers (to 3/4" long) with orangish yellow throats. Flowers bloom from mid-summer into fall. Useful in a border planting, as a divider or informal hedge.
    $21.95
  2. Abelia x grandiflora

    Abelia x grandiflora

    Glossy Abelia

    This Abelia hybrid is a rounded, spreading, multi-stemmed shrub in the honeysuckle family . Rounded shrub with arching branches and purple-green winter foliage. Old fashioned shrub with an abundance of small, fragrant white flowers in summer. Attracts bees and butterflies. Deer resistant. This hybrid is a cross between A. chinensis and A. uniflora.
    $19.95
  3. Abelia x grandiflora 'Little Richard'

    Abelia x grandiflora 'Little Richard'

    Little Richard Abelia

    Very compact Abelia with glossy, vivid green foliage that takes on tangerine-pink tints in fall. Ideal for foundation planting under windows, the front of the shrub border or a low informal hedge plant. Evergreen or semi-deciduous where colder.
    $21.95
  4. Abelia x grandiflora 'Mardi Gras'

    Abelia x grandiflora 'Mardi Gras'

    Mardi Gras Abelia

    A festival of color splashes across the foliage of this compact semi-evergreen shrub. In spring, the new growth is tipped in bright pink which softens to a sparkling mound of creamy white and green leaves. In early summer, lightly fragrant shell pink flowers appear; these flowers dot the shrub extending its bloomtime from summer until early fall. Unlike many of the other variegated abelias, Abelia ‘Mardi Gras’ is a strong grower and is not prone to losing its variegation over time. Use it as an accent shrub to add a touch of unusual color to the landscape. Its fine foliage will set off the garden’s bolder leaved plants. Add it to perennial plantings to provide structure and background, or use it in container plantings.
    $29.95
  5. Abelia x grandiflora 'Rose Creek'

    Abelia x grandiflora 'Rose Creek'

    Rose Creek Abelia

    Lustrous leaves with a pinkish cast emerge on crimson stems, mature to dark green and turn purple-green in winter. Its compact size makes an excellent foundation, container or low hedge plant.
    $21.95
  6. Aucuba japonica

    Aucuba japonica

    Japanese Aucuba

    Aucuba japonica is a rounded, shade-loving, evergreen shrub in the Garryaceae family, a small family that includes just two genera Garrya and Aucuba. It typically grows to 6-10' (infrequently to 15') tall, unless pruned shorter. Native to moist woodland areas, thickets, valleys and along streams from Japan and China to the Himalayas. Coreaceous (leathery), glossy, elliptic to narrow-ovate, medium to rich green leaves (each to 8” long) have coarse marginal teeth on the upper half of each leaf. Tiny purple-maroon flowers with creamy white anthers bloom in early spring (March-April). Each flower has four sepals and four petals. Plants in this genus are dioecious (male and female flowers on separate plants). Male flowers appear in upright terminal panicles (cymes to 4 1/2” long). Female flowers appear in shorter clusters from the leaf axils. Pollinated female flowers are followed by ellipsoid, one-seeded, berry-like drupes (to 1/2”) which ripen to red in fall. Fruits often persist on the plant until spring.
    $19.99
  7. Aucuba japonica 'Variegata'

    Aucuba japonica 'Variegata'

    Gold Dust Japanese Aucuba

    ‘Variegata’, sometimes commonly called gold dust Aucuba, is a cultivar whose green leaves are attractively and irregularly variegated with yellow spots and blotches. Foliage color can vary considerably depending on the amount of sun exposure. Best foliage colors generally occur in part shade locations. Yellow spots on the deep green leaves may fade in too much shade. On the other hand, green leaf color may fade to various shades of yellow sometimes with accompanying foliage burn in full sun locations. Excellent large red berries in winter.
    $19.99
  8. Berberis julianae

    Berberis julianae

    Wintergreen Barberry

    Wintergreen Barberry is often grown for its dense branches and has extremely sharp, three-parted spines which can help turn a group of plants into a formidable barrier hedge. This evergreen shrub grows 4’-6’ and 6’-8’ wide. It features alternate, simple, lustrous dark green leaves 2 to 4” long and 0.5” wide. They are arranged 5 to a whorl and have spiny, serrated edges. During the fall the leaves can turn a pleasing wine-red color. Abundant yellow flowers first appear in April and extend into late May and have a faint buttery scent. Flowers give rise to 1/3” diameter oval bluish-black berries which are attractive to song birds during the winter. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds.
    $21.95
  9. Berberis thunbergii 'Admiration'

    Berberis thunbergii 'Admiration'

    Barberry, Japanese 'Admiration'

    A showstopping shrub with orange-red leaves edged with yellow. It holds the color well through summer. This compact plant grows to only 1 to 2 feet tall and wide.
    $26.99
  10. Berberis thunbergii 'Concorde'

    Berberis thunbergii 'Concorde'

    Concorde Japanese Barberry

    A petite purple-leaf Barberry with deep maroon-purple foliage that becomes even more intense during fall. Small yellow flowers followed by bright red berries. Perfect size for edging as a small hedge or for containers. Deciduous.
    $24.95
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Special thanks to Missouri Botanical Gardens, Walters Gardens and Wikipedia – for plant information and photos.