DG Plants-S

HCMG Dream Garden Plants – S

~ Savannah Holly Tree ~

~~~ ilex x attenuate ~~~

Full sun, part shade. Height to 35 ft. Fall and winter heavy clusters of red berries.

Savannah Holly

~~~ Saw Tooth Oak ~~~

~~~ quercus acutissima ~~~

Attractive durable shade tree. Fairly fast grower. Sun. Height to 60 ft. Leaves golden in spring.

Saw Tooth Oak

~~~ Shrimp Plant ~~~

~ justicia brandegeana ~

Easy to grow and not usually bothered by pests. Full sun, part shade. Height 3-5 ft.

Shrimp Plant

~ Snowball Viburnum ~

~~~ viburnum opulus ~~~

Masses of large pure white bloom clusters in spring / summer. Sun to part shade. Height to 12 ft.

Snowball Viburnum

~~~ Society Garlic ~~~

~~~ tulbaghia violacea ~~~

Attractive ornamental. Leaves have garlicky odor. Sun. Height to 24 in. Blooms for months.

Society Garlic

~~~ Spice Rose ~~~

~~~ rosa ~~~

China rose. Earth kind. Fragrant. Height to 5 ft. Blooms blush pink.

Spice Rose

~~~ Spider Lily / Surprise Lily ~~~

~~~ lycoris radiata ~~~

Bulb, does not produce seeds. Full sun, part shade. Height 12-15 in. Blooms fall.

Spider Lily

~~~ Spirea ~~~

~~~ spiraea japonica ~~~

Deciduous shrub. Sun/part shade. Height to 6 ft. Pink blooms spring to summer.
Spirea Japonica

~~~ Stella De Oro ~~~

~~~ hemerocallis.stella de oro ~~~

Gold reblooming daylily. Full sun, part shade. Height to 12 in.

Stella De Oro Daylily

~ Stonecrop “Angelina” ~

~~~ sedum ~~~

Low maintenance. Full sun, part shade. Height 2-4 in. Yellow blooms late spring.


~~~ Sweet Olive ~~~

~~~ osmanthus fragrans ~~~

Large slow growing shrub. Fragrant. Morning sun, afternoon shade. Height 6 ft. Blooms most of the year.

Sweet Olive

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