Zone 9 Berries – Growing Berries In Zone 9 Gardens


By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Few things say summer like fresh, ripe berries. Whether you are a strawberry aficionado or a blueberry fiend, berries over ice-cream, as part of cake, in milkshakes and over cereal are staples of the season. Growing berries in zone 9 may be challenging if you love fruits like blueberries that need a certain number of chilling days to form. There are many zone 9 berry varieties that have been developed to need less chilling time and tolerate high temperatures.

Growing Berries in Zone 9

Zone 9 can experience temperatures as low as 20 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit (-7 to -1 C.) but rarely receive freezing events. What these areas do have is searing hot and long summers, as well as year around mild temperatures. That requires a very special berry that doesn’t wilt with the heat, but also gets any chilling period required. Due to the region’s warm climate, it is considered a perfect growing zone provided plants get plenty of water. This fact has resulted in many trials of different berries until several heat tolerant berry plants were achieved.

Most berries like a temperate climate in zones 4 to 8. That makes it tough to find one that is hardy and will bear in zone 9. Heat tolerant berry plants are available, however, and local nurseries will carry the varieties that will thrive in your region. If you are an online or catalog shopper, identifying which varieties will perform well in your landscape may be a little more difficult and time consuming.

Choosing Berries for Zone 9

First, identify what type of zone 9 berries you wish to grow and evaluate your growing conditions. If you have sunny, lightly acidic soil that drains well, there are a number of varieties that will perform beautifully in your region. Below you will find the more common options.

Raspberries

There are numerous raspberry plants to try including the golden and black raspberries. In the red raspberries, you’ll find the following types are well adapted to zone 9:

  • Oregon 1030
  • Bababerry
  • Summit
  • Heritage
  • Caroline

If you prefer the so-called black raspberries, Cumberland and Black Hawk are hardy berries for zone 9. Golden raspberries are unique and delicious. Try Fall Gold or Anne as golden varieties in zone 9.

Blackberries

If you just love blackberries, these can be challenging because they love the heat of zone 9 but they need plenty of water and a chilling period. However, Black Diamond is a cultivar which produces large, dark, sweet berries from June to early August.

Blueberries

Blueberries are suited to areas with plenty of rainfall, mild conditions and winter freezes. In zone 9, these conditions can be hard to come by, so breeders have developed heat tolerant plants that need less or no freeze time. Rabbiteye is one of the best blueberries for zone 9. Some other blueberries to try are:

  • Dixie
  • Sweetheart
  • Jewel
  • Windsor
  • Powder Blue
  • Desoto

If you want a pink blueberry, Sunshine Blue and Pink Lemonade are outstanding.

Strawberries

Strawberries grow beautifully in zone 9, but if you want a proven winner, perfect options include:

  • Ventana
  • Sweet Charlie
  • Chandler
  • Sequoia

In addition to the above berries, you can even grow Red Diamond goji berries and harness all of their antioxidant benefits.

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Berries for Year-Round Color

A garden really can have something lovely to look at in every season. Just remember the four F’s—flowers, foliage, form and fruit. The last one, fruit, is often the most overlooked and underutilized as a garden-design element. If you’ve been dozing in the flower-filled lushness of spring and summer, wake up! The unexpected beauty of berries can take your garden through crisp autumn days and snowy winter landscapes. They can even give wildlife something to snack on. For any garden anywhere, there’s a berry to suit the site, and with colors ranging from red to orange, purple, pink, white, and blue, any color scheme is fair game. Read on to learn about nine berry-producing plants.

1. Winterberry

‘Winter Red’ is widely considered the top-dog cultivar of Ilex verticillata, a deciduous holly native to the eastern half of North America. The fireworks of glossy, bright-red berries can run from late summer through early spring (depending on how hungry local birds are), making it a must-have for the winter garden. Prefers moist, rich, slightly acidic soils. Berries are more profuse in full sun. Requires a nearby stud holly (male-flowered) such as ‘Southern Gentleman’, ‘Apollo’, or ‘Raritan Chief’ to form fruit. Zones 3-9.

Photo by: Marianne Majerus.

2. Mountain Ash

Underused as a landscape plant, mountain ashes deserve a closer look for fruit, flowers and blazing fall color. Fruits of most species are orange or red, but some are white (Sorbus hupehensis). Here, the pink-blushed pearls of S. hupehensis ‘Rosea’ are set against its burgundy autumn foliage. Most species are hardy in Zones 4-7.

3. Coralberry

Coralberry (Symphoricarpos orbiculatus) is another low-key shrub that waits until winter to turn on the charm. Small, yellowish summer flowers turn into purplish-red fruit clustered along arching stems beginning in October. Native throughout much of the United States. Prune in early spring. Quite shade tolerant. Zones 2-7.

4. Tatarian Dogwood

Blue fruit in summer and bare red stems in winter give this shrubby dogwood (Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’) multiseason appeal. Spreads more slowly than red-twig dogwood (Cornus sericea), so it works well in small gardens. Ideal for a hedge or shrub mass. Cut back hard to a foot or less in late winter for a flush of new bright red stem growth. Zones 3-8.

Photo by: Marianne Majerus.

5. Beautyberry

One of my all-time favorite plants—ever. A nondescript shrub until late summer, it’s worth the wait when its tiny pinkish flowers morph into traffic-stopping clusters of small, purple berries. The native Callicarpa americana is close to my heart, but other species are also quite nice. Pictured here is C. bodinieri, beloved of British gardeners. Zones 5-8, though C. americana stretches from Zones 6 to 10. Learn more about growing beautyberry shrubs.

6. Crabapple

There are hundreds of crabapples on the market and though famous for their dainty spring flowers, their fall show of fruit (yellow, orange, green, and all shades of red) is invaluable for late-season landscapes. Shown here is Malus transitoria. Close kin to the apple, crabapple fruits are 2 inches or smaller. Pruning is usually unnecessary, but if you must, do it in late winter. Zones 4-7.

Photo by: O_Schmidt / Shutterstock.

7. Snowberry

Symphoricarpos albus is native to the West and has arching branches that bear beautiful clusters of white berries that last well into winter. This deciduous shrub tolerates a range of soil types, even clay. It has small white and pink flowers in summer that attract butterflies and hummingbirds and is a critical host plant for the Sphinx Moth. Zones 3-7.

Photo by: Pi-Lens / Shutterstock.

8. Serviceberry

As if the delicious deep blue berries of Amelanchier alnifolia weren’t enough, you’ll also enjoy showy white flowers in the spring and gorgeous yellow foliage in the fall. This shrub is often used to fill the role of a small tree and is adaptable to many garden sites. Zones 2-7.

Photo by: Unkas Photo / Shutterstock.

9. Chokeberry

Native to Eastern North America, Aronia melanocarpa, produces black autumn berries and has attractive purple/red fall color. This is a good selection for wet areas, as it will tolerate soggy soils. Because of its tendency to sucker and form colonies, it is often used for mass plantings. Zones 3-8.

Care: The most important thing to remember for good berries on your trees and shrubs is not to prune them at the wrong time, which has everything to do with when the plants form their flower buds—no flowers, no fruit. Many plants are just fine with minimal pruning just to clean them up and remove dead branches. For some, “crowd control” is needed to keep them in line with their allotted space, particularly with suckering shrubs. And for others, cutting back can bring on a flush of new growth and a more abundant display of berries. Beautyberry and some deciduous hollies can either be allowed to achieve their maximum size or annually cut back, almost like a perennial, to control size and create multiple stems packed with fruit.

As a general rule, trees and shrubs that bloom early to mid-spring form their buds the previous year, so prune prudently in late winter. Those that bloom late spring to summer, form their buds the same year, so prune in early spring and avoid cutting new growth.

Zones: Hardiness zones for trees and shrubs varies by variety. See individual plant descriptions for zone information.

Exposure: Most berry-bearing woody plants perform well in full sun to part shade. Though some are understory species in their native locales, sunlight generally enhances flower and fruit production. Full, deep shade will make for more open, less-fruitful specimens. However, snowberry and coralberry (Symphoricarpos) are noted for their shade tolerance.

Soil: Average, moderately rich soil will work for most of the plants shown here and their relatives. Some, such as winterberry (Ilex verticillata), mountain ash (Sorbus), and crabapples, prefer slightly acidic soils. Though good drainage is a wise course with most plants, a few trees and shrubs are adapted to wet situations, like mountain ash and snowberry.


Shade Gardening Plants – Zone 9

Shade Gardening for Zone 9 Plants – Partial Shade & Full Shade This is a full list of shade plants that will survive a Zone 9 hardiness gardening zone. Each plant contains two links providing growing information, watering needs, flower color, and when it blooms. Enjoy our photos. Additional Shade plants based on the gardening zone.

Images sourced by Monrovia. Find more shade plants by selecting Monrovia banner.

Apple Blossom Caladium
Caladium ‘Apple Blossom’
Item #30368
Brightens the shady garden

April Blush Camellia
Camellia japonica ‘April Blush’
Item #7518
Year round interest

Austral Gem™ Bird’s Nest Fern
Asplenium x ‘Austral Gem’
Item #3301
Shade Loving

Australian Sword Fern
Nephrolepis obliterata
Item #2969
Shade Loving

Autumn Fern
Dryopteris erythrosora
Item #3624
Shade Loving

Becca™ Flax Lily
Dianella caerulea ‘DCNC0’ P.P.# 18505
Item #9828
Easy Care Plant

Belgian Hybrid Orange Bush Lily
Clivia miniata ‘Belgian Hybrid Orange’
Item #3044
Shade Loving

Belgian Hybrid Yellow Bush Lily
Clivia miniata ‘Belgian Hybrid Yellow’
Item #2884
Shade Loving

Birkin Coral Bells
Heuchera ‘Birkin’
Item #30492
Green and purple foliage

Black Negligee Snakeroot
Actaea simplex ‘Black Negligee’
Item #3951
Woodland Garden

Black Velvet Foam Flower
Tiarella x ‘Black Velvet’ P.P.# 12348
Item #7308
Dramatic Foliage Color

Bleeding Heart
Dicentra spectabilis
Item #0484
Native Plant

Blue Treasure Mountain Plum Pine
Podocarpus lawrencei ‘Blue Treasure’
Item #3511
Dwarf Habit

Bombshell Caladium
Caladium ‘Bombshell’ PP23817
Item #30370
Brightens the garden

Brilliance Autumn Fern
Dryopteris erythrosora ‘Brilliance’
Item #2122
Dramatic Foliage Color

Burgundy Wedding Train Coleus
Solenostemon ‘Burgundy Wedding Train’
Item #30599
Brilliant foliage color

Bush Lily
Clivia miniata ‘French Hybrid’
Item #2765
Shade Loving

Buttercup Flower
Ranunculus Family
Symbol of neatness & humility

Camouflage™ Variegated Japanese Aralia
Fatsia japonica ‘Variegata’ Camouflage™
Item #3303
Shade Loving

Carolina Allspice
Calycanthus floridus
Item #1451
Fragrant

Cathedral Gem Sausage Vine
Holboellia coriacea ‘Cathedral Gem’
Item #5636

Celebration Caladium
Caladium ‘Celebration’ PPAF
Item #30372
Brightens the shady garden

Chinese Fairy Bells
Disporum longistylum ‘Green Giant’
Item #4983
Woodland Garden

Citronelle Coral Bells
Heuchera villosa ‘Citronelle’ P.P.# 17934
Item #4809
Dramatic Foliage Color

Coontie
Zamia pumila
Item #7766
Specimen

Corsican Sandwort
Arenaria balearica
Item #5912
Pathway Plant

Country & Western® Astilbe
Astilbe ‘Country & Western’ PP14969
Item #30525
Fluffy pink flower spikes

Creamsickle Caladium
Caladium ‘Creamsickle’ PPAF
Item #30373
Brightens the shady garden

Crested Lady Fern
Athyrium filix femina ‘Cristatum’
Item #3610
Shade Loving

Crested Oriental Chain Fern
Woodwardia orientalis ‘Crested’
Item #4334
Year-round Interest

Crystal Spires Coral Bells
Heuchera x ‘Crystal Spires’ P.P. #20,385
Item #3676
Dramatic Foliage Color

Curry Leaf
Murraya koenigii
Item #8778
Culinary Seasoning

DebRon’s Stormy Night Fuchsia
Fuchsia x ‘DebRon’s Stormy Night’
Item #5111
Attracts Hummingbirds

Dixie Wood Fern
Dryopteris x australis
Item #2123
Woodland Garden

Dolly’s Dress Fuchsia
Fuchsia microphylla ssp. aprica ‘Dolly’s Dress’
Item #5379
Shade Loving

Dream Weaver Plantain Lily
Hosta ‘Dream Weaver’
Item #30536
Bold foliage for shade

Drum & Bass Astilbe
Astilbe ‘Drum & Bass’ PP14964
Item #30526
Feathery, reddish-purple plumes

Elegant Sound Pavilion Hydrangea
Hydrangea aspera ‘Elegant Sound Pavilion’
Item #5137

Empress Wu Hosta
Hosta ‘Empress Wu’ P.P. #20,774
Item #6824
Dramatic Foliage

Eola Sapphire Plantain Lily
Hosta x ‘Eola Sapphire’
Item #4147
Shade Loving

Evergold Sedge
Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’
Item #7589
Dramatic Foliage Color

Festival™ Raspberry Cordyline
Cordyline banksii x pumilio var ‘CorBzr01’ P.P.A.F.
Item #7525
Patio Container Plant

Fire Chief Coral Bells
Heuchera x ‘Fire Chief’ P.P.#21880
Item #5491
Dramatic Foliage Color

Firecracker Plant
Russelia equisetiformis
Item #6969
Attracts Hummingbirds

First Frost Plantain Lily
Hosta x ‘First Frost’
Item #4298
Shade Loving

Flame® Bush Lily
Clivia miniata ‘Monya’
Item #2760
Shade Loving

Fortune’s Holly Fern
Cyrtomium fortunei
Item #2983
Woodland Garden

Frydek™ Elephant Ear
Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’
Item #5008
Dramatic Foliage Color

Fubuki Japanese Forest Grass
Hakonechloa macra ‘Fubuki’ PP# 21,757
Item #8929
Dramatic Foliage Color

Gartenmeister Fuchsia
Fuchsia ‘Gartenmeister Bonstedt’
Item #7154
Attracts Hummingbirds

Ghost Fern
Athyrium ‘Ghost’
Item #1876
Woodland Garden

Giant Leopard Plant
Farfugium japonicum ‘Gigantea’ (Ligularia ‘Gigantea’)
Item #2231
Woodland Garden

Ginger Ale Coral Bells
Heuchera ‘Ginger Ale’ P.P.# 18173
Item #2223
Dramatic Foliage Color

Gold Collection® Cinnamon Snow Lenten Rose
Helleborus x ballardiae ‘HGC Cinnamon Snow’ P.P.A.F.
Item #7295
Shade Loving

Gold Collection® Pink Frost Lenten Rose
Helleborus x ballardiae ‘HGC Pink Frost’ P.P.A.F.
Item #7299
Shade Loving

Gold Collection® Winter’s Bliss Lenten Rose
Helleborus x ericsmithii ‘HGC Champion’ P.P.A.F.
Item #6840
Woodland Garden

Gold Collection® Winter’s Song Lenten Rose
Helleborus x ericsmithii ‘HGC Joker’ P.P.A.F.
Item #6841
Woodland Garden

Gold Fountains Sedge
Carex dolichostachya ‘Kaga Nishiki’
Item #3593
Shade Loving

Gold Heart Bleeding Heart
Dicentra spectabilis ‘Gold Heart’
Item #3562
Dramatic Foliage Color

Gold Stripe Flax Lily
Dianella tasmanica ‘Yellow Stripe’
Item #1635
Dramatic Foliage Color

Golden Angel Japanese Shrub Mint
Leucosceptrum japonicum ‘Golden Angel’
Item #6032
Dramatic Foliage Color

Golden Crane® Hydrangea
Hydrangea angustipetala ‘MonLongShou’
Item #6383
Fragrant flowers

Golden Tiara Plantain Lily
Hosta x ‘Golden Tiara’
Item #4208
Shade Loving

Gotemba Golden Japanese Spikenard
Aralia cordata ‘Gotemba’
Item #5548
Dramatic Foliage Color

Hadspen Blue Plantain Lily
Hosta x ‘Hadspen Blue’
Item #3189
Shade Loving

Hardy Schefflera
Schefflera brevipedunculata
Item #5293
Year-round Interest

Holly Fern
Cyrtomium falcatum ‘Rochfordianum’
Item #3615
Shade Loving

Honey Tree Viburnum
Viburnum arbicolon ‘Honey Tree’
Item #5066
Fragrant flowers

Hooker’s Pachyphytum
Pachyphytum hookeri
Item #7918
Waterwise

Indian Holly Fern
Arachniodes simplicior ‘Variegata’
Item #0086
Woodland Garden

Ivory Prince Lenten Rose
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Walhelivor’ P.P. #16,199
Item #3999
Shade Loving

Japanese Plum Yew
Cephalotaxus harringtonia var. drupacea
Item #3521
Year-round Interest

Jury’s Pearl Camellia
Camellia x ‘Jury’s Pearl’ (C. pitardii x Tomorrow)
Item #8140
Winter Flowering

Korean Rock Fern
Polystichum tsus-simense
Item #8373
Woodland Garden

Log Fern
Dryopteris celsa
Item #0504
Woodland Garden

Long Island Pink Camellia
Camellia x ‘Long Island Pink’
Item #7522
Winter Flowering

Loyalist Plantain Lily
Hosta x ‘Loyalist’
Item #2183
Dramatic foliage for shade

Magenta Saxifrage
Saxifraga fortunei ‘Magenta’
Item #7664
Woodland Garden

Mardi Gras Bicolor Mix Lenten Rose
Helleborus ‘Mardi Gras Bicolor Mix’
Item #5772
Winter Flowering

Mardi Gras Black Shades Lenten Rose
Helleborus ‘Mardi Gras Black Shades’
Item #5698
Winter Flowering

Mardi Gras Plum Lenten Rose
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Mardi Gras Plum’
Item #6839
Woodland Garden

Mardi Gras Red Shades Lenten Rose
Helleborus ‘Mardi Gras Red Shades’
Item #5699
Winter Flowering

Mardi Gras Yellow Shades Lenten Rose
Helleborus ‘Mardi Gras Yellow Shades’
Item #5773
Winter Flowering

Mexican Anise-Tree
Illicium mexicanum
Item #4611
Fragrant

Mint Julep Coral Bells
Heuchera ‘Mint Julep’ PP21860
Item #30493
Minty green and silver foliage

Moonlight Caladium
Caladium ‘Moonlight’
Item #30377
Brightens the shady garden

Moonstones
Pachyphytum oviferum
Item #7919
Waterwise

Mother Fern
Asplenium bulbiferum
Item #3600
Shade Loving

Mountain Plum Pine
Podocarpus lawrencei ‘Red Tip’
Item #3513
Dwarf Habit

Mrs. Spencer Castle Clematis
Clematis ‘Mrs. Spencer Castle’
Item #5520
Showy Flowers

Neon Lights Foam Flower
Tiarella x ‘Neon Lights’ P.P.# 13289
Item #2559
Shade Loving

Night Before Christmas Plantain Lily
Hosta x ‘Night Before Christmas’
Item #4165
Shade Loving

Night Before Christmas Plantain Lily
Hosta ‘Night Before Christmas’
Item #30498
White-centered leaves

Night Coaster Lenten Rose
Helleborus ‘Night Coaster’
Item #8022
Winter Flowering

Night Heron Chinese Fairy Bells
Disporum cantoniense ‘Night Heron’
Item #8076
Woodland Garden

Northern Exposure Plantain Lily
Hosta ‘Northern Exposure’
Item #30502
Dramatic foliage for shade

Orange Marmalade Plantain Lily
Hosta ‘Orange Marmalade’
Item #3548
Dramatic Foliage Color

Orchid Frost Spotted Dead Nettle
Lamium maculatum ‘Orchid Frost’ P.P.# 11122
Item #0908
Shade Loving

Paperbush Plant
Edgeworthia chrysantha
Item #5792
Fragrant Flowers

Party Punch Caladium
Caladium ‘Party Punch’
Item #30378
Brightens the shady garden

Peacock Spikemoss
Selaginella uncinata
Item #7702
Groundcover

Peppermint Spice Coral Bells
Heuchera ‘Peppermint Spice’
Item #30495
Bright silvery green foliage

Pilgrim Plantain Lily
Hosta ‘Pilgrim’
Item #30539
Striking foliage coloration

Pink Elf® Saxifrage
Saxifraga fortunei
Item #7673
Shade Loving

Pink Lady Lenten Rose
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Pink Lady’
Item #2344
Shade Loving

Pink Skyrocket Foam Flower
Tiarella x ‘Pink Skyrocket’ P.P.# 13382
Item #3558
Woodland Garden

Pink Splash Caladium
Caladium ‘Pink Splash’ PP23792
Item #30381
Brightens shady gardens

Pink Tip Podocarpus
Podocarpus nivalis ‘Pink Tip’
Item #3705
Dwarf Habit

Pink-A-Boo® Anemone Clematis
Clematis montana rubens ‘MonSichuan’
Item #5539

Pirate’s Patch Foam Flower
Tiarella x ‘Pirate’s Patch’ P.P.# 14907
Item #3659
Prolific Flowering

Plum Passion® Hydrangea
Hydrangea aspera
Item #5645
Dramatic Foliage Color

Prairie Fire Sedge
Carex testacea ‘Indian Summer’
Item #6276
Year-round Interest

Pringles Dwarf Podocarpus
Podocarpus macrophyllus ‘Pringilii’
Item #7198
Dwarf Habit

Purple Dragon Dead Nettle
Lamium maculatum ‘Purple Dragon’ P.P.# 15890
Item #2490
Dramatic Foliage Color

Quicksilver Chinese Wild Ginger
Asarum splendens ‘Quicksilver’
Item #2912
Shade Loving

Rainforest Sunrise Plantain Lily
Hosta ‘Rainforest Sunrise’
Item #30501
Compact and colorful

Red Cloud Spiderwort
Tradescantia andersoniana ‘Red Cloud’
Item #40032
Tolerates Wet Soils

Red Clumping Bamboo
Fargesia nitida ‘Jiuzhaigou’
Item #5711
Clumping Bamboo

Red Lady Lenten Rose
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Red Lady’
Item #1799
Shade Loving

Red Nancy Dead Nettle
Lamium maculatum ‘Red Nancy’
Item #0904
Shade Loving

Red Racer Lenten Rose
Helleborus ‘Red Racer’
Item #8023
Winter Flowering

Red-Leafed Mukdenia
Mukdenia rossii ‘Crimson Fans’
Item #4725
Groundcover

Redstone Falls Trailing Foamy Bells
Heucherella x ‘Redstone Falls’ P.P.# 22,394
Item #7624
Groundcover

Regal Red Japanese Painted Fern
Athyrium niponicum ‘Regal Red’
Item #2204
Shade Loving

Regal Splendor Plantain Lily
Hosta x ‘Regal Splendor’
Item #0701
Shade Loving

Renee Michelle Azalea
Azalea x’Renee Michelle’ (Girard hybrid)
Item #0203
Spring Flowering

Ritak Sausage Vine
Holboellia latifolia ‘Ritak’
Item #5637

Rock & Roll® Astilbe
Astilbe ‘Rock & Roll’ PP14855
Item #30528
Fluffy white plumes

Rock and Roll® Peruvian Lily
Alstroemeria ‘AlsDun01’
Item #6638
Dramatic Foliage Color

Rosebud Azalea
Azalea x ‘Rosebud’ (Gable Hybrid)
Item #0845
Spring Flowering

Rosy Crabapple Kiwi
Actinidia tetramera var. maloides
Item #5641
Dramatic Foliage Color

Royal Heritage™ Strain Lenten Rose
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Royal Heritage Strain’
Item #3998
Shade Loving

Ruby Red Spikemoss
Selaginella erythropus ‘Sanguinea’
Item #7703
Dramatic Foliage Color

Russian Princess Lobelia
Lobelia x speciosa ‘Russian Princess’
Item #7251
Dramatic Foliage Color

Santa Ana Cardinal Coral Bells
Heuchera ‘Santa Ana Cardinal’
Item #7068
Attracts Hummingbirds

Scottish Tufted Hair Grass
Deschampsia caespitosa ‘Schottland’
Item #8928
Compact Habit

Seascape Lomandra
Lomandra confertifolia ssp rubigino ‘Seascape’ P.P. #20,010
Item #9435
Compact Habit

Shanghai Coral Bells
Heuchera ‘Shanghai’ PP21859
Item #30497
Beautiful silvery-purple foliage

Sichuan Jade Solomon’s Seal
Disporopsis pernyi ‘Sichuan Jade’
Item #2182
Woodland Garden

Sierra Stonecrop
Sedum obtusatum
Item #7924
Waterwise

Silver Bouquet Pulmonaria
Pulmonaria ‘Silver Bouquet’ P.P.# 20059
Item #5396

Silver Lace Christmas Rose
Helleborus argutifolius ‘Silver Lace’
Item #3545
Winter Flowering

Sneezy Rhododendron
Rhododendron x ‘Sneezy’ (H-2)
Item #1019
Spring Flowering

Snow N Summer™ Asiatic Jasmine
Trachelospermum asiaticum ‘Snow N Summer’
Item #6617

Soft Shield Fern
Polystichum setiferum
Item #3649
Shade Loving

Songbird Goldfinch Columbine
Aquilegia ‘Songbird Goldfinch’
Item #40004
Showy spring flowers

Sonic Smash Foamy Bells
Heucherella ‘Sonic Smash’ P.P.A.F.
Item #7354
Dramatic Foliage Color

Southern Lady Fern
Athyrium filix-femina ‘Vernonia Cristata’
Item #8690
Shade Loving

Southern Wood Fern
Thelypteris normalis
Item #0511
Groundcover

Speckled Japanese Aralia
Fatsia japonica ‘Spider’s Web’
Item #2651
Dramatic Foliage Color

Stained Glass Plantain Lily
Hosta x ‘Stained Glass’ P.P.A.F.
Item #4467
Dramatic Foliage Color

Stained Glass Plantain Lily
Hosta ‘Stained Glass’
Item #30540
Superb light lavender flowers

Sugar And Spice Plantain Lily
Hosta ‘Sugar And Spice’
Item #30500
Superb foliage for shade

Sugar Plum Coral Bells
Heuchera x ‘Sugar Plum’ P.P.# 21857
Item #5461
Dramatic Foliage Color

Sum & Substance Hosta
Hosta x ‘Sum & Substance’
Item #8397
Shade Loving

Sunny Skies Periwinkle
Vinca minor ‘Sunny Skies’ P.P.# 13466
Item #3692
Dramatic Foliage Color

Sweet Box
Sarcococca confusa
Item #1177
Fragrant

Sweet Woodruff
Galium odoratum
Item #2383
Groundcover

Taiping Shan Evergreen Climbing Hydrangea
Hydrangea integrifolia ‘Taiping Shan’
Item #7563
Year-round Interest

Taiwan Mondo Grass
Ophiopogon formosanum
Item #5566
Asian Garden

Taiwanese Parasol Tree
Trochodendron aralioides
Item #5312
Summer Flowering

Tasmanian Tree Fern
Dicksonia antarctica
Item #3620
Shade Loving

Tasred™ Flax Lily
Dianella tasmanica ‘TR20’ P.P# 18737
Item #9829
Easy Care Plant

Taupo Blaze New Zealand Iris
Libertia ixioides ‘Taupo Blaze’ P.P.#18,486
Item #9419
Dramatic Foliage Color

The Razor’s Edge Plantain Lily
Hosta x ‘The Razor’s Edge’
Item #7516
Shade Loving

Variegated Algerain Ivy
Hedera algeriensis ‘Gloire de Marengo’
Item #5893
Groundcover

Variegated Bishop’s Weed
Aegopodium podagraria ‘Variegatum’
Item #1837
Groundcover

Variegated Common Periwinkle
Vinca minor ‘Variegata’
Item #7614
Deer Resistant

Variegated Flax Lily
Dianella tasmanica ‘Variegata’
Item #3134
Shade Loving

Variegated Siberian Bugloss
Brunnera macrophylla ‘Variegata’
Item #1365
Groundcover

Vision in Red Astilbe
Astilbe chinensis ‘Vision in Red’ PP11965
Item #30529
Clusters of rosy-red plumes

Western Sword Fern
Polystichum munitum
Item #8491
North American Native

White Bleeding Heart
Dicentra spectabilis ‘Alba’
Item #7586
Woodland Garden

White Gardenia
Gardenia thunbergia
Item #3784
Fragrant Flowers

White Nancy Dead Nettle
Lamium maculatum ‘White Nancy’
Item #5657
Shade Loving

Windcliff Fragrant Pachysandra
Pachysandra axillaris ‘Windcliff Fragrant’
Item #9319
Fragrant flowers

Windcliff Pachysandra
Pachysandra axillaris ‘Windcliff’
Item #5357
Groundcover

Windcliff Red Seedling Lenten Rose
Helleborus x ‘Windcliff Red Seedling’
Item #8907
Showy flowers

Windcliff Slaty Blue Lenten Rose
Helleborus x ‘Windcliff Slaty Blue Seedling’
Item #8908

Wine Common Periwinkle
Vinca minor ‘Atropurpurea’
Item #7608
Shade Loving

Winter Dreams Double Fantasy Christmas Rose
Helleborus niger ‘Double Fantasy’
Item #7543
Winter Flowering

Winter Queen Lenten Rose
Helleborus x orientalis ‘Winter Queen Strain’
Item #3544
Shade Loving

Winter’s Star Camellia
Camellia x ‘Winter’s Star’
Item #1525
Fall Blooming

Winterglow Bergenia
Bergenia cordifolia ‘Winterglut’
Item #2202
Year-round Interest

Wojnar’s Purple Rhododendron
Rhododendron x ‘Wojnar’s Purple’ (H – 1)
Item #1989
Compact Habit

Yellow Anise Tree
Illicium parviflorum
Item #0798
Fragrant

Yellowstone Falls Trailing Foamy Bells
Heucherella x ‘Yellowstone Falls’ P.P.# 22,313
Item #7627
Groundcover

Yuan Shan Hardy Schefflera
Schefflera taiwaniana ‘Yuan Shan’
Item #4995
Year round interest

Zinfandel Grape
Vitis vinifera ‘Zinfandel’
Item #6755
Edible Fruit


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