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Magnolia, Hybrid
Magnolia, ‘Elizabeth’
Magnolia ‘Elizabeth’ has creamy pale-yellow lily-like flowers and grows to 25’-35’ with a 10’-15’ spread. A cross between M. acuminata and M. denudata, ‘Elizabeth’ is a very beautiful and unique...
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Magnolia, Hybrid
Magnolia, ‘Daybreak’
Magnolia ‘Daybreak’ is an outstanding addition to the Gold Medal Magnolia collection. The medium-green foliage is clean and attractive. It blooms in May, far past any chance of frost damage,...
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Magnolia, Hybrid
Magnolia, ‘Galaxy’
Magnolia ‘Galaxy’ is the result of a cross between M. liliiflora and M. sprengeri ‘Diva’. Late each April it is adorned with a profusion of dark pink flowers, escaping the frost damage of early...
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Magnolia, Southern
Magnolia grandiflora, ‘Edith Bogue’
Magnolia grandiflora ‘Edith Bogue’ is a hardy evergreen Southern Magnolia that suffers less winter damage than most others of the species. In June and July, the creamy 9”-12” blossoms fill the...
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Magnolia, Southern
Magnolia grandiflora, ‘Bracken’s Brown Beauty’
Magnolia grandiflora ‘Bracken’s Brown Beauty’ is a pyramidal evergreen Southern Magnolia with glossy dark-green leaves. The lemon-scented large white flowers bloom in late spring. ‘Bracken’s...
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Magnolia, Star
Magnolia stellata, ‘Centennial’
Magnolia stellata ‘Centennial’ blooms late in April, giving it a better chance than other magnolias of escaping frost damage to its flowers. Its 5½” flowers start with a pink tinge and fade to...
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Mahonia, Leatherleaf
Mahonia bealei,
Mahonia bealei is a striking evergreen shrub that adds a bold textural statement to any garden. Deer-resistant, Mahonia will grow to 5’ H x 4’ W in part shade; it prefers a moist well-drained...
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Maple, Japanese Cutleaf
Acer palmatum var. dissectum, ‘Tamukeyama’
This Japanese Maple was selected in the early 18th century and remains a best choice. Growing to 6’ with a 12’ spread in 20 years, it is a hardy, long-lived specimen tree. Unlike many cutleaf...
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Maple, Japanese Cutleaf
Acer palmatum var. dissectum, ‘Waterfall’
This pest-free Japanese Maple is attractive in all seasons. Its green leaves are larger and are more deeply dissected than other members of the dissectum group. Its cascading habit and yellow...
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Maple, Paperbark
Acer griseum,
Acer griseum (Paperbark Maple) is a native of China that has made itself at home in the American garden. This aristocrat is a standout in the winter landscape at 20’-30’ high with exfoliating...
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