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Sweet Viburnum

This large, upright, often multi-stemmed shrub can be grown as a single trunk specimen with proper pruning. White flowers in flat clusters appear in early summer and are followed by blue-black, berry-like fruit which persists into winter! The fragrant flowers of the Sweet Viburnum are tiny however the shrub itself can grow to be as big as 20 feet tall! Even though the shrub is relatively maintenance free, you will want to shape it and prune it to control the size. Sweet Viburnum are great to use as a tall hedge or screen. Grown here at Creekside Nursery in a 3 and 7 gallon container.

Bougainvillea 'Juanita Hatten"

This heat loving flowering shrub boasts beautiful fuchsia pink bracts atop upright vining branches. Wonderful as an accent plant, its rapid growth makes this an excellent selection as a cover for arbors, trellises and fences. Prefers dry well drained soil for best flower production. This ornamental shrub can grow to be 20-30' tall with a similar spread. Once established it only requires the occasional watering. Fertilize in spring and fall with a well balanced fertilizer and prune to shape. Grows best in zones 10 and 11 with full sun.

Pampas Grass 'Blue Bayou'

Blue Bayou is a dwarf Pampas Grass, growing to be about 5’ tall. It is a well-behaved, shorter alternative to traditional Pampas Grass. The name “Blue Bayou” comes from its unique, blue-tinted foliage. It is drought-tolerant, and has exceptional salt tolerance. In summer, creamy white plumes raise the height to about 6 feet. Grown here at Creekside Nursery in a 3g container.