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EUONYMUS COLORATUS

ALSO KNOWN AS PURPLE LEAF WINTER CREEPER, THIS PLANT FORMS A DENSE CARPET OF DARK GREEN LEAVES WITH A COARSE TEXTURE. FOLIAGE TURNS DUSKY PURPLE DURING COLDER MONTHS BUT, REMAINS EVERGREEN. CAN BE TRAINED TO GROW AS A CLIMBING VINE WITH SUPPORT. THIS PLANT WILL GROW IN FULL SUN TO FULL SHADE,IN ALL TYPES OF SOIL AND PH CONDITIONS. NEEDS LITTLE TO NO CARE ONCE IT IS ESTABLISHED AND IS ALSO DROUGHT TOLERANT. EUONYMUS IS HARMFUL IF EATEN SO MAKE SURE TO KEEP CHILDREN AND PETS AWAY.

LOBLOLLY PINE

THE LOBLOLLY PINE WILL REACH HIEGHTS FROM 60'TO 90' WITH A SPREAD OF 25' TO 35' AT FULL GROWTH. THIS IS AN EVERGREEN TREE BUT, WILL DROP NEEDLES THROUGH OUT HTE YEAR. THIS PINE IS A FAST GROWER AND CAN GROW UP TO 24" A YEAR. WILL GROW IN ZONES 6-9. FUN FACTS: THE LOBLOLLY PINE PROVIDES FOR MANY BIRDS AND WILDLIFE FROM BOBTAILS TO WILD TURKEYS, CHIPMUNKS AND SQUIRRELS. LOBLOLLY GOT ITS NAME FROM GROWING IN RIVER BOTTOMS, LOBLOLLY MEANS DEPRESSION.

Cyclamen

Cyclamen with it's heart shaped leaves and showy flowers, is a native to the Mediterranean area. There are about 20 species that exist. Cyclamen needs moist soil but not soggy allow soil to dry out between watering. They require no pruning and little to no fertilizer. Cyclamen works outdoors and also as an indoor plant in an area with bright sunlight.

Pink Muhly Grass

Muhly grass is easy to grow in full sun but you will want to help it adapt to your soil quickly by adding a good soil mix. This southern native grass will perform outstanding in your garden. With spiky green foliage topped with airy pink flowers in the fall. This is a great alternative to pampas grass, as the plumes fade the grass will still look good through out the winter. This grass is hardy through zone 6 and higher, cut back a too a few inches in the spring before new growth begins this will keep it looking great through out the year.

Little John Bottle Brush

Little John Bottle Brush produces brilliant red brush-like flowers in the spring and summer, while remaining evergreen through out the year.This variety only grows to about 3 foot tall, so it will work well as a low hedge or border plant. Hardy zone 8-11 plant early spring to early fall in most areas. Once established requires very little watering, Little John's can be left to grow as a shrub or can be trimmed to have a single trunk look.