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Viburnum Awabuki

The Awabuki Viburnum has large glossy green leaves and forms clusters of small white flowers that are extremely fragrant in the spring. Later, small red berries form and turn black when mature. Considered an evergreen, it is one of the fastest growing Viburnum varieties. Left to grow naturally, it can become a large shrub, but can easily be trimmed into a small tree form if desired. It is sold here at Creekside Nursery in 3, 7, and 15-gallon containers.

Carolina Jessamine

Prized for its spectacular display of fragrant, bright yellow flowers, this well-mannered vine climbs beautifully on a trellis, arbor or over fences and walls without smothering surrounding trees and shrubs. It can grow up to 20 feet or more when grown as a vine. It can also be grown as a ground cover, maintained with a yearly cutting in late spring after flowering to 3 feet or less.

Walking Regina Iris

The Regina iris is a wide leafed variety with strong upright blades that can reach 3 feet to 4 feet in height. Blooming from February through the summer, each bloom is 3 to 4 inches wide and several blooms will appear on each plant. The Regina iris does best in full sun to partial shade and is slightly drought tolerant, as well as salt tolerant. Its fan shape and sharp leaf blades make it a striking plant on its own as well as in a flower bed area it makes a good background plant with smaller annuals or groundcovers in front of it. Grown here at Creekside Nursery in 3g container.