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Great plants for color from fall through winter

We have an excellent selection of hardy trees and shrubs, including natives, that are sure to brighten your fall and winter landscapes. Brilliant red berries and fruit on bare stems are provided by a variety of hollies from the Possumhaws to the Parsley Hawthorn. For bright yellow berries be sure to check out Anna's Choice Yaupon and Finch's Gold Possumhaw Hollies. Even the foliage of Rose Creek and Canyon Creek Abelias intensify into reds, bronzes, and coppers for fall and winter. Few plants show off in the fall like the Japanense Maples producing colors that range from red, orange, yellow, and into purple, even here in the South. We also have a great selection of new Sasanqua Camellias from the breeding work of Green's Nurseries and they steal the show in fall and winter when it comes to evergreens.

Fall and winter are the optimum times to plant fully cold hardy trees, shrubs, vines, and perennials. This gives the root systems ample time to get established before spring growth begins and well before the stress of summer arrives.

At Almost Eden we specialize in beautiful, unusual, and hard to find plants including a variety of native plants. Our stock encompasses over 1000 varieties/species, spanning 100 different plant families for your home and garden. Our plants are live, growing, well-rooted plants often flowering or large enough to begin flowering when they are shipped.


New Website Features: To be notified when an out of stock product becomes available again just click the 'Email me when ready' link below the 'Out of Stock' notice and our system will send you a one time automatic email letting you know that product is available. This does not add you to any other mailing lists and we do not give out our customer's information.
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Shipping: We understand what healthy quality plants should look like and our specially designed packaging system will get them from our greenhouse to your doorstep looking as though they were just plucked from the nursery. We ensure that your plants are secured safely in their soil and container in our specially designed shipping and packaging system that will get your plants to you quickly, carefully, and easily via the US Postal Service Priority Mail service. We will send an email stating when your order will ship and confirming the order information for verification. Please be sure to check your Spam or Junk mail if you don't hear from us within a day or two from when you placed your order. Orders are normally shipped on the first Monday and Tuesday (excluding holidays) of each week to ensure that your plants do not spend the weekend at the post office. Be sure to get your order and payment in by Friday at 6PM for it to ship out the following Monday. See our Shipping info for more.

Out of over 7500 companies, Almost Eden has again proudly been selected by its customers as one of the Garden Watchdog Top 30 Mail Order Nurseries. We can only respond by expressing our gratitude to our loyal and friendly customer base, typical plant people:). Click here to learn more about what they are saying about us on the Garden Watchdog.

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Please enjoy your stroll through our online catalog and if at anytime you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact us. Our office hours are from 9AM-5PM daily. Our nursery and gardens are only open to customers and the public for special events like our spring and fall Open House weekends unless you have a pre-scheduled visit set up.

 

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Aromi's Spring Sensation Deciduous Azalea

Aromi's Spring Sensation Deciduous Azalea

Large, full, rounded clusters of soft pink, fragrant flowers are borne in late spring on this deciduous hybrid azalea. Spring Sensation was bred and selected for heat and humidity tolerance for southern gardens by Dr. Eugene Aromi of Mobile, Alabama as well as for its ability to load up with exceptionally large flower clusters.In the garden, Aromi Hybrid Deciduous Azaleas have the look, feel, and fragrance of many of our US native deciduous azaleas, sometimes called Bush Honeysuckles, and yet are easy enough for the average gardener to be successful with.Item# 10150.

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Blaumeise Big Leaf Hydrangea, French Mophead Hydrangea

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Coming for 2015! Blaumeise is considered by many to be one of the best of the Lacecap Hydrangeas producing very large flower clusters that are surrounded by some of the most deeply colored and themselves very large, showy sterile florets. In acidic soils the flowers are a deep royal blue and in alkaline soils the flowers are a dark rosy red. The foliage is large and shiny and is held on stout sturdy stems. The only drawback for this amazing Hydrangea cultivar is that it has limited cold hardiness and is will probably be best grown in zones 8 and warmer. An eastern or partially shaded southern exposure might be optimum even then. Item# 10731.

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Centennial Star Magnolia

Centennial Star Magnolia

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Happy™ Jack Clematis (Purple, Group 2)

Happy™ Jack Clematis (Purple, Group 2)

How could you possibly improve on Jackmanii? Add more and larger flowers, over a longer period, on a slightly more compact frame. From the breeding work of Wim Snoeijer comes the Happy Jack™Clematis producing 3-5" wide, rich velvety purple flowers over an exceptionally long period. Early season flowering. Vigorous enough for the average gardener but compact enough to be enjoyed in a medium to large container. Item# 10709. 


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Incrediball® Blush Smooth Hydrangea

Incrediball® Blush Smooth Hydrangea

Huge, blush pink rounded flower clusters sit atop strong beefy stems with the flower show beginning in summer and lasting into fall. The florets ofIncrediball®Blush Smooth Hydrangea mature to a light pink and then fade into shades of light green all set against a back drop of deep, dark green foliage. It may even provide yellow fall color. A 2015 Proven Winners introduction,Incrediball®Blush Smooth Hydrangea is sure to make a statement for many months of each year in your garden or landscape. Item# 10711.

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Red Roselle Hibiscus, Florida Cranberry, Red Sorrel, Indian Sorrel, Sour-Leaf, Jamaican Sorrel, Flor de Jamaica

Red Roselle Hibiscus, Florida Cranberry, Red Sorrel, Indian Sorrel, Sour-Leaf, Jamaican Sorrel, Flor de Jamaica

Coming for 2015!The Roselle that we grow is definitely Hibiscus sabdariffa var. sabdariffa of the race ruber that is known for its large, thick, deep clear wine red, crispy, sweet, cranberry flavored calyxes.A vigorous annual to tender perennial, Roselle Hibiscus prefers a warm, mostly sunny position in a well-draining, humus rich, moderately fertile, sandy-loam and free from competition. All parts of the plant are edible including the roots. It will grow foliage and stems all spring and summer with flowering beginning in the shorter days beginning in late summer and fall. The pink tinged, cream colored, typical 5 petaled, 3" wide, citrus flavored Hibiscus flowers attract a variety of native pollinators and are held against the dark burgundy, glossy stems and deep green, burgundy tinged and veined, and typically 3, 5, or 7 lobed foliage. Under good conditions one to several flowers will be born at each leaf axil over a period which typically lasts for several weeks but is dependent on the arrival of the first killing frosts and freezes in your area. Item# 10717

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