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North Carolina Gardener's Guide: The What, Where, When, How & Why of ...
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Letter from the Director of the Botanic Garden
Clethra olnifolia 211
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30 feet acid soil American elm attractive bark beautiful birch bloom blossoms Boxwood Buhle cherry common camellia Continued Cotoneaster Culture dark green drained soil early spring early summer eastern and southern Eastern white pine English holly European beech fall feet in height firethorn flower clusters flowering dogwood Fothergilla foundation plantings fragrant free from pests full sun garden soil Giant Sequoia glossy Golden-larch grown growth habit Hardy to Zone hedge hemlock hybrids inches long Japanese Johnswort lawn light shade loam Magnolia maturity McFarland photos Native to China Native to eastern Native to Europe Native to Japan open situations ornamental Pachistima partial shade pests and diseases Plants & Gardens pruning pyramidal tree red berries red fruit Roche rounded sandy scarlet shrub shrub borders shrub growing small tree southern United species Outstanding Features specimen plant specimen tree spreading Star Magnolia Stewartia Sweet-gum transplant trunk Viburnum weeping white flowers white pine winter witch-hazel Zelkova