Dogwood (cornus): Hard to tell for sure but the leaf resembles a dogwood (Cornus). If so, it has bracts around tight centers in spring and berries in late summer/early fall. It is a deciduous tree or shrub and does best in full or partial sun and regular or moderate water once established. Please send a long shot of the entire plant, showing its overall growth habit and size and a close-up of an open flower and we'll confirm.

Dogwood (cornus): Hard to tell for sure but the leaf resembles a dogwood (Cornus). If so, it has bracts around tight centers in spring and berries in late summer/early fall. It is a deciduous tree or shrub and does best in full or partial sun and regular or moderate water once established. Please send a long shot of the entire plant, showing its overall growth habit and size and a close-up of an open flower and we'll confirm.

Beauty Bush (kolkwitzia amabilis): This appears to be Kolkwitzia, a lovely deciduous shrub with many trunks and a large fountain shape. In mid to late spring, it is covered in clusters of pink flowers. Needs full sun or partial shade and regular water.

Beauty Bush (kolkwitzia amabilis): This appears to be Kolkwitzia, a lovely deciduous shrub with many trunks and a large fountain shape. In mid to late spring, it is covered in clusters of pink flowers. Needs full sun or partial shade and regular water.

Periwinkle (vinca minor): This is a perennial that bears distinctive blue/purple/pink/white five-petaled flowers in spring and off and on the rest of the year and prized for its ground covering abilities. Grows best in  partial sun or partial shade and regular water.

Periwinkle (vinca minor): This is a perennial that bears distinctive blue/purple/pink/white five-petaled flowers in spring and off and on the rest of the year and prized for its ground covering abilities. Grows best in partial sun or partial shade and regular water.

Tulip Tree Yellow Poplar Tulip Poplar Saddleleaf Tree Whitewood (liriodendron tulipifera): Magnolia Family plant native to Eastern North America. A primary characteristic is the startlingly beautiful (primarily in spring) flowers that really look like tulips. Needs full sun and regular water. This is very large tree which can grow 60-80 ft. tall and half as wide. Provide well-draining, compost-rich soil. Shallow root system makes it difficult to under-plant.

Tulip Tree Yellow Poplar Tulip Poplar Saddleleaf Tree Whitewood (liriodendron tulipifera): Magnolia Family plant native to Eastern North America. A primary characteristic is the startlingly beautiful (primarily in spring) flowers that really look like tulips. Needs full sun and regular water. This is very large tree which can grow 60-80 ft. tall and half as wide. Provide well-draining, compost-rich soil. Shallow root system makes it difficult to under-plant.

Dead Netttle (lamium galeobdolon variegatum): Your plant is a great groundcover in part to full shade, and spreads well. Use it in a garden bed or container for perky form and great color.  Flower colors range from white, ink to yellow. This plant needs plenty of room and can become a nuisance in the wrong area. It is a stoloniferous spreading perennial with green and silver variegated leaves. Does best with regular water.

Dead Netttle (lamium galeobdolon variegatum): Your plant is a great groundcover in part to full shade, and spreads well. Use it in a garden bed or container for perky form and great color. Flower colors range from white, ink to yellow. This plant needs plenty of room and can become a nuisance in the wrong area. It is a stoloniferous spreading perennial with green and silver variegated leaves. Does best with regular water.

Azalea (rhododendron species): Azaleas are a very popular shrub due to their beautiful spring blooms.  They don't last long enough for most people so there is now one that has been hybridized to bloom in spring and fall.  These shrubs like acidic soil and the main thing to keep in mind is to fertilize it on a regular schedule with an azalea type fertilizer (there are several on the market) and only prune it right after the blooms fall off or you will cut off next spring's blooms.

Azalea (rhododendron species): Azaleas are a very popular shrub due to their beautiful spring blooms. They don't last long enough for most people so there is now one that has been hybridized to bloom in spring and fall. These shrubs like acidic soil and the main thing to keep in mind is to fertilize it on a regular schedule with an azalea type fertilizer (there are several on the market) and only prune it right after the blooms fall off or you will cut off next spring's blooms.

Transvaal Or Gerber Daisy (gerbera jamesonii): Your plant may belong to the Gerbera genus known for its colorful daisy flowers and popular as a cut flower. It will grow in your area in full sun with regular water and fed with a fertilizer formulated for container blooming plants. Does best outdoors in your area.

Transvaal Or Gerber Daisy (gerbera jamesonii): Your plant may belong to the Gerbera genus known for its colorful daisy flowers and popular as a cut flower. It will grow in your area in full sun with regular water and fed with a fertilizer formulated for container blooming plants. Does best outdoors in your area.

Rose Of Sharon (hibiscus syriacus): This is a rose of Sharon, a lovely late-summer flowering plant that is hardy in the Northeast. This plant grows well in full sun and generally flowers in August. You will find some varieties in colors that range from lavender to dark pink, white or white with a red center. Some of the flowers are double , and others are single.

Rose Of Sharon (hibiscus syriacus): This is a rose of Sharon, a lovely late-summer flowering plant that is hardy in the Northeast. This plant grows well in full sun and generally flowers in August. You will find some varieties in colors that range from lavender to dark pink, white or white with a red center. Some of the flowers are double , and others are single.

Azalea (rhododendron species): Azaleas are a very popular shrub due to their beautiful spring blooms.  They grow best in part shade to part sun. These shrubs like acidic soil and the main thing to keep in mind is to fertilize it on a regular schedule with an azalea type fertilizer (there are several on the market) during its growth and bloom cycles and only prune it right after the blooms fall off or you will cut off next spring's blooms.

Azalea (rhododendron species): Azaleas are a very popular shrub due to their beautiful spring blooms. They grow best in part shade to part sun. These shrubs like acidic soil and the main thing to keep in mind is to fertilize it on a regular schedule with an azalea type fertilizer (there are several on the market) during its growth and bloom cycles and only prune it right after the blooms fall off or you will cut off next spring's blooms.

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