* denotes NEW plants for Fall 2007 - Summer 2008




Viburnum awabuki ‘Chindo’
(Broadleaf evergreen large shrub/small tree to 15 feet) (Zone 7)          Dark glossy green foliage. Excellent for screening. Introduced to the trade by the late J.C. Raulston.                                                   0.85¢ each
Viburnum bracteatum ‘Emerald Luster’
(Shrub to 10 feet) (Zone 6) Lustrous green foliage with white flowers and blue-black fruit.    0.85¢ each
‘Emerald Luster’



'Reifler's Dwarf'


Viburnum obovatum ‘Reifler's Dwarf’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 4 feet) (Zone 6-9)  A compact selection that is 3ft. after numerous years at the UGA Horticulture Farm.  The foliage is evergreen and smaller than the species.  Flowers are white and bloom in April.                                                                      $1.00 each


* Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum ‘Popcorn’
(Shrub to 8 feet) (Zone 6) A dense upright 8 ft. x 8 ft. shrub with 6-inch white flowers in April-May.  Dark green foliage with red-purple fall color.  Deciduous. Lustrous green foliage with white flowers and blue-black fruit.                   0.90¢ each
Viburnum tinus ‘Spirit’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 5 feet) (Zone 7)  More compact growth habit and earlier to bloom than ‘Spring Bouquet’. Flowers are white and pink from December to March, followed by blue fruit.                                             $1.00 each

'Spring Bouquet'

Viburnum tinus ‘Spring Bouquet’
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 6 feet) (Zone 7) Pink buds in winter followed by light pink flowers in the spring.                0.90 each

'Shoal Creek'

Vitex agnus-castus ‘Shoal Creek’
(Large shrub/small tree to 12 feet) (Zone 6)  A superior cultivar with lilac-colored, fragrant flowers from June to September. Vigorous grower with clean foliage. Introduced by Goodness Grows in Lexington, Georgia.                                                                              0.80¢ each
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