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Sourwood - Oxydendrum arboreum  hosts 14 species.  2004 Plant of the Year, Georgia Native Plant Society.  One of the best ornamental natives.  Rounded pyramidal.  Popular with honeybees.

Sourwood - Oxydendrum arboreum hosts 14 species. 2004 Plant of the Year, Georgia Native Plant Society. One of the best ornamental natives. Rounded pyramidal. Popular with honeybees.

What is Restoration Agriculture? info from Mark Shepard, RAD, Restoration Agriculture Development, and quote by J. Russel Smith in Tree Crops.

What is Restoration Agriculture? info from Mark Shepard, RAD, Restoration Agriculture Development, and quote by J. Russel Smith in Tree Crops.

Partridgeberry, Twinberry, Running box - native to Georgia, evergreen ground cover - I think this is the one I've been wanting!

Partridgeberry, Twinberry, Running box - native to Georgia, evergreen ground cover - I think this is the one I've been wanting!

Dogwood, Kousa- Beautiful ornamental flowers that bloom after the leaves have come in. Edible sweet berries. Small tree, zone 4. Intermediate shade tolerance.

Dogwood, Kousa- Beautiful ornamental flowers that bloom after the leaves have come in. Edible sweet berries. Small tree, zone 4. Intermediate shade tolerance.

Purple : Amethyst Myst Heuchera (Heuchera) : 10″ with 20-26″ flower stems : part sun to full shade : blooms late spring to early summer

Purple : Amethyst Myst Heuchera (Heuchera) : 10″ with 20-26″ flower stems : part sun to full shade : blooms late spring to early summer

Deciduous, native shrub found on the front edges of woodland and forest areas. Inconspicuous, rosy-pink flowers in the Summer give way to beautiful, showy clusters of shiny purple berries in the Fall on the front end of the branches. Produces more fruit in full sun areas. Great solution for native plant material garden. Provides food for wildlife and early Fall color. Combine with Yaupon Holly, PIne trees and Redbud trees.http://pictureplants.com/content/american-beautyberry

Deciduous, native shrub found on the front edges of woodland and forest areas. Inconspicuous, rosy-pink flowers in the Summer give way to beautiful, showy clusters of shiny purple berries in the Fall on the front end of the branches. Produces more fruit in full sun areas. Great solution for native plant material garden. Provides food for wildlife and early Fall color. Combine with Yaupon Holly, PIne trees and Redbud trees.http://pictureplants.com/content/american-beautyberry

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