Shrubs & Flowers

There’s always something blooming at Wingard’s!

Click on the tabs for a list of the varieties that we typically have in stock. Please note that supplies of specific items may vary. You may call ahead to check availability.

 

 

azaleaAzaleas are generally slow-growing and do best in well-drained acidic soil (4.5–6.0 pH). Plant enthusiasts have selectively bred azaleas for hundreds of years. This human selection has produced over 10,000 different cultivars which are propagated by cuttings. Fertilizer needs are low; some species need regular pruning.

Encore Azaleas (all varieties stocked)
Amethyst
Angel
Belle
Carnation
Carnival
Cheer
Chiffon
Coral
Debutante
Embers
Empress
Ivory
Lilac
Lily
Monarch
Moonlight
Princess
Rouge
Royalty
Ruby
Sangria
Sunburst
Sundance
Sunset
Sweetheart
Twist

Wingard’s Own (indicas)
Chinsoy
Christmas Cheer
Coral Bells
Formosa
George Taber
Gerber White
Gumpo Lt. Pink
Gumpo White
Hershey Red
HH Hume
Hino Crimson
Hino de-Giri
Judge Solomon
Pink Pearl
Red Slipper
Red Wing
Snow

 

 

 

 

camelliaWe carry many varieties of Camellias and Sasanquas. Camellias require full shade and bloom in the Winter; Sasanquas can take more sun and bloom in the Fall. We usually have many of the varieties listed below in stock, so please stop in or give us a call if you have questions. Supplies of specific items may vary, so you may wish to call ahead to check availability.

 

Camellias – Bloom in the winter to early spring; require afternoon shade in the summer.  Generally slow-growing and reach 8-10 feet tall; evergreen; varieties we currently have in stock are: 

To view what each variety looks like please click here>>

 

  Berenice Beauty
  Black Tie
  Blood of China
  Bob Hope
  C M Hovey
  Christmas Beauty
  Debutante
  Dr. Tinsley
  Empress Variegata
  Faith Varigated
  Goggy
  Governor Mouton
  Greensboro Red
  Herme
  High Hat
  Jury’s Yellow
  Kramer’s Supreme
  Lady Clare
  Lady Clare Variegated
  Lady Vansittart
  Mathotiana
  Moonlight Bay
  Morning Glow
  Otome
  Pink Perfection
  Prof Chas Sergeant
  Sea Foam
  Snow Flurry
  Victory White

 

Sansaquas – Generally bloom in the Fall (some varieties bloom in the Spring); can be planted in sun or shade; while most varieties get fairly tall, there are a few low-growing varieties; evergreen; varieties we currently have in stock are:

 

   Albino ACS (ht: 2-3’)
   Apple Blossom
   Autumn Moon
   Bonanza (ht: 3-4’)
   Dawn
   Jean May
   Kanjiro
   Mine-No-Yuki (ht: 5-6’)
   Northern Lights
   Setsugekka
   Shishigashira (ht: 3-4’)
   Showa No Sakae
   Sparkling Burgundy
   William Lanier Hunt
   Yuletide

 

 

Arborvitaeferns
Autumn
East Indian
Holly
Macho
Tassel

 

 

holly bushBlackberries
Apache
Black Satan
Blueberries
Climax
Tift Blue
Apraho
Hull
Premiere

Raspberries
Apache Black
Heritage
Dorman
Latham Red

Grapes
Albermarle Muscadine
Concord Seedless
Flame Seedless
Higgins Muscadine
Noble Muscadine
Southland Muscadine
Thompson Seedless
Carlos Muscadine
Cowart Muscadine
Frye Muscadine
Jumbo Muscadine
Reliant
Summit Muscadine
Triumph Muscadine

Trees
Calamondin Orange
Meyer Lemon
Centennial Kumquat
Satsuma Tangerine

 

 

grassesPerennial
Miscanthus
Muhly

Evergreen
Lomandra Breeze
Pampas

 

 

gardenShade Groundcovers
(cannot tolerate summer sun (1:00 pm – 6:00 pm)
Mondo Grass
Lenten Rose (Hellebores) (flowers)
Ajuga
Heuchera ( flowers)
Ferns
Creeping fig (climbs)
Pachysandra

Groundcovers
*Evergreen Giant Liriope
*Liriope – Green & Variegated
Junipers
*Asiatic Jasmine
Sedums

*Can also be grown in more shady conditions

 

 

gardenArbovi Em Grn
Arbovi Grn Gnt
Blue Rug
Irish
Torulosa
Arbovi Globe
Blue Pacific
Cypress Italian
Parsonii
Arbovi Gold Globe
Blue Point
Gold Mop Cypress
Procumbens Nana

 

 

gardenEvergreen Shrubs

Small (1-3’ in height)
*Dwarf Gardenia (Green & Variegated)  (flower)
Dwarf Nandina: Blush, Flirt
Holly, Carissa
Japanese Holly: Soft Touch, Heleri
Abelia:  Kaleidoscope, Radiance
*Pittosporum:  Wheeler’s Dwarf, Mojo (Variegated)

Medium (3-4’ in height)
Japanese Holly: Compacta, Dwarf Yaupon
*Gardenia Hardy Daisy, Frost Proof (flower)
*Goshiki False Tea Olive (variegated)
Ligustrum, Sunshine (bright chartreuse)
*Loropetalum, several var.  (red foliage, pink flowers)
*Loropetalum, several var. (green foliage, white flowers)
Indian Hawthorne (flower)
*Winter Sun Mahonia
*Sasanqua Shishigashira, Mine No Yuki, Bonanza (flower)
Distyllium (red flowers) – several varieties

Med. Large (4-6’ in height)
Holly, Steeds (Conical)
Holly:  Dwarf Burfordi
Privet, Swift Creek (variegated)
*Gardenia:  August Beauty, First Love (flower)
Heavenly Bamboo Nandina  (berries)
*Tea Olive, Variegated
Tinus Viburnum Spring Bouquet

Large – Greater than 6’ in height at maturity, but can be maintained at lower-than-maximum heights by pruning:
*Loropetalum varieties – (red foliage, pink/red flowers)
*Wavy Leaf Ligustrum – flower
*Tea Olive – fragrant flower (taller than wide)
*Japanese Yew (taller than wide)
*Cleyera
Hollies – Nellie Stevens, Oak Leaf
Eleagnous
*Pittosporum:  Compacta, Variegated
Privet, Variegated
Oleander, many varieties – flower
*Sasanqua, many varieties – flower
Sky Pencil Holly – tall and very narrow

*Can also be grown in more shady conditions

Conifers
Junipers – various sizes
Cypress – various sizes
Arbovitae – various sizes

Semi-deciduous Shrubs
Knock-out Roses – 4-5’ – flowers all summer
Drift Roses – 2-3’ flowers all summer

Deciduous Shrubs
Barberry – leaves in rich red or golden colors
Spirea – flowers
Burning Bush – red foliage in fall
Forsythia (Yellow Bells) – yellow flowers
Hydrangeas (Paniculata only) – flowers
Chinese Snowball Viburnum – flowers
Butterfly Bush – flowers
Harry Lawder’s Walking Stick – winter interest
Itea (flowers in spring, red foliage in fall)

Shade Evergreen Shrubs
(cannot tolerate summer sun (1:00 pm – 6:00 pm)

Small (1-2’ in height)
Yew, Spreading (Cephalotaxus Prostrata)
Azaleas (flowers)
Cast Iron

Medium (3-4’ in height)
Mahonia Soft Caress (flowers)
Winter Daphne (fragrant flower)
Azaleas (flowers)
Encore Azaleas (flowers)
Boxwoods
Pieris Japonica (flowers)

Med. Large (5-6’ in height)
Acuba
Leucothoe (flowers)
Anise (flowers)
Mahonia (flowers)
Rhododendron (flowers)
Azaleas (flowers)

Large (>6’ in height)
Fatsia
Camellias (flowers)

Deciduous Shrubs
Hydrangeas (flowers)
Edgeworthia Chrysantha (winter flowers)

 

 

gardenTopiaries make a unique statement in your landscape. Come by to check out our wide variety of Monrovia topiaries.

Pon Pons
Poodles
Spirals
Pyramids
Tree-Forms

 

 

clematis(all flower) Clematis
*Confederate Jasmine
*Carolina Jessamine
*Wysteria
*Cross
*Honeysuckle

*Can also be grown in more shady conditions

 

 

plantsAgave Americana (Century Plant)
Agave Cornelius
Agave Desmettiana
Agave Desmettiana Variegated
Agave Gemniflora
Agave Parryi
Agave Queen Victoria
Agave Salmiana Mr. Ripples
Agave Twin Flowered
Sedum (many varieties)
Yucca Banana Split
Yucca Bright Edge
Yucca Color Guard
Yucca Golden Sword
Yucca Hesperaloe Red
Yucca Hesperaloe Yellow
Yucca Sapphire Skies