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Aralia, Japanese
Aucuba, Dwarf female
Bamboo ‘Robert Young’
Bamboo, black
Beautyberry, American
Bottlebrush
Boxwood
Buttonbush
Camellia
Coralbean bush
Coralberry
Cotoneaster, Grey
Cotoneaster parneyi
Elaeagnus
Evergreen sumac
Flame acanthus
St. John’s wort

St. John’s wort (Hypericum calycinum)
Native to woodlands in the Southeast, this hypericum makes a good groundcover and erosion control plant, growing up to 18” and filling in gradually by stolons underground. Evergreen here, although some winter damage may need to be pruned out. Has yellow summer flowers in Tennessee and Alabama—we don’t see many here. Let us know if yours blooms, we’ll come take some cuttings!
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