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Container Size: 3.5 inch / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml

Item# 842

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Fortuniana Rose

Rosa x fortuniana

Beautiful, fragrant, double white flowers, larger than Banksia Rose, are produced in spring on this almost thornless vining rose with dark green glossy foliage. Very care-free and spreads to 20 feet. Seldom ever exhibits any black spot problems.

Average Mature Size: 20'L

USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 7,8,9,10,11

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Outdoor Light: Full sun, Part sun

pH Range: Slightly Acidic, Neutral

Deer Resistance: Frequently Damaged

Veilchenblau Climbing Rose
One of the bluest of old rambling roses. Less thorny than most roses, vigorous, and fairly disease resistant. Produces clusters of fragrant, small, purple blossoms in spring which darken to a blue-purple as they age. Item # 715. Price: US$9.99

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Zephirine Drouhin Rose
Zephirine Drouhin is thorn-less, fragrant, disease resistant, and shade tolerant, what more can you ask from a climbing rose? 2-1/2 to 3" strongly fragrant, deep pink cupped roses are borne in mass in spring, with some blooms in summer and fall once once established. Being thorn-less, this is an excellent rose to grow on an arbor, a trellis, or in an area where people will be passing near by and the fragrance will get their attention if the sheer beauty of this rose does not. Item# 762. Price: US$10.99

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Climbing Craimoisi Superieur Rose
A very disease resistant and free-blooming antique climbing rose
producing lightly fragrant 2" cherry red blooms for up to 10 months of
the year here in zone 8B once it is well established. A great rose for
arbors, fences,and trellises. Item# 1016.
Price: US$9.99

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Amelia Rose Azalea
Beautiful, rich pink, double rose-like 2" blooms are born in spring. A beautiful evergreen azalea hybridized by Dr. Aromi of Mobile Alabama. Item # 1186. Price: US$9.99

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Bahama Firebush, Golden Bells
View 1/2" wide by 1" long, deep golden yellow tubular blooms are borne in clusters at the stem tips throughout the year on this little known close cousin of the popular Mexican Firebush. Item # 1206. Price: US$9.99

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Worley's Butter Cream Winter Cassia, Christmas Senna, Primrose Senna
Few plants can bring color to the fall garden like the Winter Cassia! Clusters of butterfly-like creamy yellow 1" blooms that are edged in white are born in October-November on this large arching tree-like shrub/perennial. A rare creamy-yellow colored selection developed by Patrick Worley. Item# 345. Price: US$9.99

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Ti-Ti, Leatherwood Tree
A native of Louisiana's wet soils, this tardily deciduous shrub produces 6" long drooping clusters of creamy-white flowers from May to June. The flowers are held against glossy dark green willow-like foliage. Glowing red, orange, and yellow fall color.  Item # 677 Price: US$12.99

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White Profusion Butterfly Bush
White, fragrant bloom spikes reaching 16", are held against the green, velvety foliage. Attracts scads of butterflies. Considered by many to be the best white butterfly bush. Item # 735. Price: US$9.99

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Lace-Leaf Vitex, Cut-Leaf Vitex
View Beautifully cut medium green deeply cut lacy foliage that is reminiscent of the delicately cut foliage of some Japanese Maples adorns this vigorous 'Chaste Tree'. 6-8" spikes of lavender-pink flowers that attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees are borne in summer. The Lace-Leaf Vitex is considered by many to be the most hardy of the Chaste Trees.  Item# 787. Price: US$9.99

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Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea
View A vigorous and reliable Oakleaf Hydrangea selection with sturdy stems and good sun tolerance. The 10-14" white bloom panicles, with individual blooms as large as a half-dollar, are borne in spring and fade to pink. Item # 1181 Price: US$12.99

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