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James Burghardt

(Majestic Giant Purple Pansy, Pansy)

Beautiful and expressive, pansy flowers have some of the most diverse color combinations of all bedding plants. The Majestic Giant Series produces some of the largest flowers of any pansies. These small, evergreen perennials to tender perennials put forth many large flat-faced, five-petaled flowers that may be white, violet-blue, lavender, purple, yellow, pink, or red. Many have contrasting black "faces". Plants bloom continuously in regions where the growing season is generally cool but will cease...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Trifoliate Chastetree)

The green and white aromatic foliage of this large upright evergreen shrub is a lovely backdrop for its blue-purple summer flowers. It's native to coastal areas from China southward to northern Australia and the Pacific Islands. The grayish green leaves with fuzzy white undersides are typically divided into three oval leaflets. The leaf edges are either thinly rimmed in white or have irregular blotches of white. Crushed foliage releases a peppery scent.

Produced most abundantly in midsummer,...

(Grape, Reliance Grape, Seedless Red Grape)

Vitis ‘Reliance’ is a hybrid grape from the University of Arkansas. It produces early, pink to red, seedless grapes with a fruity, sweet taste on vigorous, winter-hardy vines. The fragrant, spring flowers are followed by fruit which is medium to small size with a thin, slip skin. Reliance grape vines do not require a pollinator and are a good choice for jams, jellies, juice and raisins. The foliage is large, lobed, dark green in the summer with some fall color. The vines have shaggy bark....

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(American Bull Grape, Muscadine)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring, followed by a thick-skinned berry with musky-tasting pulp. Wild muscadine flowers...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(American Bull Grape)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Carlos is known as an extremely heavy fruit producer, suitable for winemaking. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring, followed...

(American Bull Grape)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Chowan produces a medium-sized black to bronze grape. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring, followed by a thick-skinned...

(American Bull Grape)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Cowart has black grapes with excellent flavor and a high yield. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring, followed by a thick-skinned...

(American Bull Grape)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Dearing produces small, sweet bronze grapes. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring, followed by a thick-skinned berry with...

(American Bull Grape)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Dixie Red produces bronze/red grapes in the mid to late season, is a vigorous grower and has very good cold tolerance. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters...

(American Bull Grape)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Fry is one of the most popular muscadine grapes. It produces very large, bronze grapes. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring,...