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  • GALAXY MAGNOLIA Quick View
    • GALAXY MAGNOLIA Quick View
    • GALAXY MAGNOLIA
    • Galaxy is a large magnolia that has a pyramidal growth form. Large, magenta-pink flowers bloom in spring. These flowers bloom a few weeks later than the Saucer Magnolias to avoid frost damage. Deep green leaves turn bronze in the fall. Galaxy Magnolia makes a good street tree or specimen for the lawn. Avoid planting in wet sites or compact soils.
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  • GEORGIA PANCAKE CREEPING BLUE STAR Quick View
    • GEORGIA PANCAKE CREEPING BLUE STAR Quick View
    • GEORGIA PANCAKE CREEPING BLUE STAR
    • Found growing in the sandhills of central Georgia, this amsonia is a very low, clump forming perennial. Star-like, light blue flowers bloom in mid-to-late spring above needle-like, soft green leaves. The foliage turns attractive shades of yellow in fall. Perfect for the front of borders or in rock gardens. Looks best when grouped to create a groundcover effect.
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  • GEORGIA PEACH CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • GEORGIA PEACH CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • GEORGIA PEACH CORAL BELLS
    • Georgia Peach is noted for its striking foliage which changes hues throughout the season. Large, rounded leaves emerge peachy-orange in spring with dark veining. As leaves mature, they take on a rosey hue and finally darken to a rose-purple by fall. A silvery overlay highlights the foliage all season. Heuchera need good drainage and if planted in sun, cannot be…
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  • GHOST FERN Quick View
    • GHOST FERN Quick View
    • GHOST FERN
    • This cross between the Japanese Painted Fern and the Lady Fern, results in a plant prized for its unique color and upright habit. Early summer fronds have a silvery hue accented by a dark maroon midrib. Color becomes more gray-green as summer heat begins to set in. Combines beautifully in the shade garden with purple-leaved coral bells, and blue-green hostas.…
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  • GIANT MAIDEN GRASS Quick View
    • GIANT MAIDEN GRASS Quick View
    • GIANT MAIDEN GRASS
    • Plant in full sun in moist well drained soil; drought tolerant when established. This is the largest maiden grass. It will spread slowly to form thicket-like clumps that give a tropical look to large areas, or it will work as a privacy screen. The plumes remain all winter, cut stalks in spring. Deer and rabbit resistant!
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  • GIBRALTAR AZALEA Quick View
    • GIBRALTAR AZALEA Quick View
    • GIBRALTAR AZALEA
    • Gibraltar azalea will add a burst of color to your late spring garden. The bright orange flowers are funnel-shaped with ruffled petals, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. Very showy in bloom as flowers precede the leaves. Flowers are produced on old wood, therefore, any pruning should be done immediately after bloom. This is a deciduous plant and will do best with…
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  • GILES VAN HEES SPEEDWELL Quick View
    • GILES VAN HEES SPEEDWELL Quick View
    • GILES VAN HEES SPEEDWELL
    • Plant in a sunny area with well-drained soil. It needs to be in a dry area during the winter. Remove spent blooms to encourage additional flowering. Giles van Hees makes a great front-of-the-border plant and a good companion to coreopsis, salvia and scabiosa. It can also be used as a small-area groundcover.
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  • GLAD RAGS HOSTA Quick View
    • GLAD RAGS HOSTA Quick View
    • GLAD RAGS HOSTA
    • Brighten up the shade garden with this stunning hosta. Thick, heart-shaped leaves begin with bright, gold margins and green centers. As summer progresses, margins turn creamy white. Leaves are corrugated and slightly cupped. Flower stalks appear in midsummer with pale lavender to white blooms that are loved by hummingbirds and bees.
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  • GLENLEVEN LITTLELEAF LINDEN Quick View
    • GLENLEVEN LITTLELEAF LINDEN Quick View
    • GLENLEVEN LITTLELEAF LINDEN
    • Glenleven Littleleaf Linden is an adaptable shade tree that tolerates salt and air pollution once established. It develops a broad, pyramidal crown when mature. Clusters of small, fragrant, cream-yellow flowers bloom in early summer and are attractive to bees. Glossy green leaves turn golden-yellow in the fall. An excellent street tree, it can be pruned to make a tall hedge.
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  • GLOBE ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • GLOBE ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • GLOBE ARBORVITAE
    • Arborvitaes are popular evergreens to use as hedges and screens. Globe is a dwarf, rounded cultivar of our native arborvitae (Northern White Cedar). Fan-like needles are deep green, and have good color retention throughout the year. It is a hardy and adaptable conifer once established. Avoid planting in shaded areas and wet sites. Globe Arborvitae makes an attractive specimen, accent,…
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  • GLOBE BLUE SPRUCE Quick View
    • GLOBE BLUE SPRUCE Quick View
    • GLOBE BLUE SPRUCE
    • Globe is a dwarf cultivar of the Colorado Blue Spruce. Silvery-blue needles have more consistent color than other blue spruce cultivars. Globe is a very slow-grower that is ideal where space is limited. It can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions once established, but avoid wet sites and shaded areas.
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  • GLOBE BLUE SPRUCE STD Quick View
    • GLOBE BLUE SPRUCE STD Quick View
    • GLOBE BLUE SPRUCE STD
    • Globe is a dwarf cultivar of the Colorado Blue Spruce. Silvery-blue needles have more consistent color than other blue spruce cultivars. Globe is a very slow-grower that is ideal where space is limited. It can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions once established, but avoid wet sites and shaded areas.
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