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NC Red Berry 3
European White Birch
Blue Lily Turf
Golden Bamboo, Fish Pole Bamboo
Orange or Brown Sedge
Blue Star Creeper, Isotoma
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European White Birch

Common name: European White Birch
Botanical name: Betula pendula

This medium-size weeping tree will grow to about 40' tall and has a whitish/brown bark with deciduous green leaves. Additional Names: Betula verrucosa, White Birch

Blue Lily Turf

Common name: Blue Lily Turf
Botanical name: Liriope muscari

Grass-like clumps of dark green leaves 1" wide up to 18" long are found on the Liriope muscari. It can reach a height of 12"-15", and dark blue flowers spikes can be seen held above the leaves during the summer. This is an excellent border, accent or ground cover plant that requires part shade exposure.

Golden Bamboo, Fish Pole Bamboo

Common name: Golden Bamboo, Fish Pole Bamboo
Botanical name: Phyllostachys aurea

This Bamboo will grow to about 25' tall and is drought tolerant with dense foliage. This running bamboo needs to be restricted or confined.

Orange or Brown Sedge

Common name: Orange or Brown Sedge
Botanical name: Carex testacea

The testacea variety is an evergreen perennial that reaches 2' tall bearing very narrow, coppery brown leaves splitting to hair-like threads at their tips, and continuing to grow to 4-8' in length. This plant should be grown in sun with little or no summer watering. During winter, foliage turns orange. If this grass is planted in shade, foliage stays green. Flowers are insignificant. Orange Sedge looks great in containers or spilling over near walkways or into water features.

Blue Star Creeper, Isotoma

Common name: Blue Star Creeper, Isotoma
Botanical name: Pratia pedunculata

Pratia pedunculata has bright green, nearly stemless, 1/4" leaves. In late spring and summer, these form a backdrop for equally tiny, star-shaped pale blue flowers.