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Buttonbush

Cephalanthus occidentalis

Shrub. Showy white flowers borne in spherical clusters draw numerous pollinators. Bees use nectar for making honey, seeds feed wildlife. Prune to desired shape. Great for borders, rain gardens or as a specimen plant, even erosion control. Larval host plant for a number of species of Lepidoptera.

Light: Full to Part Sun
Soil: Average to Wet
Height: 5 to 12 feet
Blooms: June-September
Flowers: White

Price: $7.95
Ninebark

Physocarpus opulifolius

Clusters of white-pink spirea-like flowers (not pictured) in spring, pink fruit (pictured) and exfoliating bark in winter give this shrub multi-season appeal. Good for erosion control, hedges. Larval host to many (40) native Lepidoptera.

Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil: Average to Dry
Height: 5 to 8 feet
Blooms: May to June
Flowers: White to Pink

Price: $7.95
Hoary Mock Orange

Philadelphus intectus

Multi-stemmed shrub with clusters of mildly fragrant 1"-2" white flowers with 4 petals & yellow stamens. Good for foundation plantings, hedges, & for privacy screens. Trim back after flowering. (Pictured is similar species: Scentless Mock Orange.)

Light: Full Sun to Light Shade
Soil: Average to moist, well-drained
Height: to 10 feet & as wide
Blooms: June to July
Flowers: Creamy white with yellow stamens

Price: $7.95
Swamp Rose

Rosa palustris

Good selection for seasonally flooded area in full sun. Flowers are fragrant and showy (to 2" across). Attractive reddish fall color. Spreads by suckers.

Light: Full Sun
Soil: Average to seasonally Wet
Height: 3 to 6 feet
Blooms: June to July
Flowers: Pink

Price: $7.95
Possumhaw Viburnum

Viburnum nudum

This under-utilized shrub has multi-season interest. Creamy white flowers in spring give way to drupes turning first red then a waxy dark purple. Lustrous dark green foliage turns a lovely reddish purple in fall.

Light: Full to Part Sun
Height: 5 to 15 feet
Soil: Average to Moist
Blooms: May-June
Flowers: White

Price: $7.95
Mountain Pepperbush

Clethra acuminata

Also called Cinnamon Clethra, this is a larger, more vertical shrub than Coastal Sweet Pepperbush (C. alnifolia). Fragrant racemes of white flowers mature into peppercorn-shaped capsules. Foliage is a glowing golden color in autumn & attractive bark is a peeling reddish-brown or cinnamon color. Clump-forming via suckers. In nature found in rich mountain woods & along streams.

Light: Full Sun to Light Shade
Height: 10 to 20 feet
Soil: Moist, well-drained
Blooms: Early summer
Flowers: White


Price: $7.95
Carolina Buckthorn

Rhamnus caroliniana

Also known as Indian Cherry, this small tree abounds with ornamental features & despite the common name, bears no thorns. Flowers in May-June attract many pollinators. Produces glossy green leaves and fall fruit ripens from red to black. Fruit provides food for birds at a critical time of year. Fruits are edible.

Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Height: 10 to 15 feet
Soil: Average

Price: $7.95