Juniperus horizontalis Plumosa, Bar Harbor or Wiltoniior Blue Rug Creeping Juniper Blue Rug- evergreen ground cover with silvery-blue scale type leaves.
Lagerstroemia indica cv. Crape Myrtle- Smooth tan bark, deciduous tree or shrub, flowers all summer and into early fall. Red, purple, white, pink
Ligustrum japonicum cv. Japanese Privet- large evergreen shrub, dark green leaves that are 3-inch long and 1 ½ inch wide with raised veins underneath. ¼ inch dark purple berries with a hard seed inside.
Liquidambar styraciflua Sweetgum – A deciduous with dark green star shaped leaves and prickly balls. Leaves turn yellow, orange, red and purple in autumn.
Liriope muscari Liriope (Green or Varigated cv.)
Magnolia grandiflora Southern Magnolia – large shinny leaves, 6-9 inch white flowers with cone like pods of bright red seeds.
Malus sp. or cv. Flowering Crabapple – A border tree, medium sized deciduous tree with flowers and 1 – 2 inch diameter fruit. Green, red, or purple leaves in summer.
Maranta leuconeura Prayer Plant
Myrica cerifera Wax Myrtle- large evergreen shrub, yellowish green leaves about 2-3 inches long with serrated margins near the leaf tips, clusters of small waxy-gray berries.
Nandina domestica Heavenly Bamboo – Red foliage in Fall
Nephrolepis exaltata cv Boston Fern
Ophiopogon japonicus Mondo Grass –ground cover
Pelargonium X hortorum Geranium – An indoor/outdoor flowering plant, used in baskets and pots, red, white, pink, multiple colored. Flowers have a long petiole, popular Mothers Day and easter flower. Number 1 bedding plant
Pelargonium peltatum Ivy Leaf Geranium
Philodendron scandens Parlor Ivy – very low light
Pinus mugo var. mugo Mugo Pine
Pinus strobus Eastern White Pine – Clusters of needle like leaves about 4-inches long. 5 needles per cluster, 4 – 8 inch curving brown cones under the tree.
Plectranthus australis Swedish Ivy
Prunus serrulata Kwanzan Japanese Flowering Cherry- Small deciduous tree with pink double flowers. Used as an accent plant.
Pyrus calleryana Bradford Bradford Pear- Medium-sized deciduous tree, white flowers in spring, reddish purple leaves in autumn, grow in a symmetrical shape with little or no pruning.
Quercus palustris Pin Oak- Deciduous tree, about 50 ft. tall, leaves have 5 to 7 lobes and 3 or 4 bristle tips on each lobe, has acorns, brilliant red in autumn.
Quercus phellow Willow Oak- Deciduous tree, has small acorns, narrow green leaves, grows about 60 ft. tall.
Rhododendron kiusianum or Rhododendron obtusum japonicum Azalea- Large evergreen, dark green 5-inch long by 2- inch wide leaves, shade loving, grows wild in the edge of the forest and by the roadside in NC mountains, many flowers.