Wilmot Botanical Gardens Spring 2021 Plant Sale Pre-order Form

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WILMOT BOTANICAL GARDENSSPRING 2021 PLANT SALEPRE-ORDER FORM(All plants are sold in 3-gallon pots unless otherwise indicated.)Pre-sale items must be pre-ordered and will not be available for saleduring the live sale in April.GrassesPriceQty.1. Pink muhly grass (muhlenbergia) 11.002. Platinum Beauty lomandra SOLD OUT 20.00Shrubs & Misc.PriceQty.Trees & PalmsPrice22. Barbados cherry23. Chinese white fringe tree24. Dogwood 'Empress of China' 25.00 25.0025. Magnolia virginiana 'Silver Mist' 25.00 11.004. Agapanthus 'Ever Twilight' - 1-gal. 11.005. Anise 'Florida Sunshine'6. Anise 'Miss Scarlett' 20.0026. Autumn Bonfire 25.00 20.0027. Autumn Carnival 25.007. Blueberry 'Pink Lemonade'8. 'Summer Sips Sangria' SOLD OUT 22.0028. Autumn Chiffon SOLD OUT 25.00 21.0029. Autumn Fire 25.009. Butterfly bush 'Tutti Frutti' petite10. Crape myrtle 'Red Rooster' 11. Dystillium 'Cinnamon Girl' 21.0030. Autumn Lily SOLD OUT 25.00 20.0031. Autumn Sangria 25.00 20.00 15.0032. Autumn Sunburst33. Autumn Twist 25.00 25.00 25.00Encore AzaleasPriceNative RhododendronsPrice14. Hydrangea* 'Bloomstruck'15. Hydrangea* 'Summer Crush' 27.0034. Escambia (pink austrinum) 25.00 27.0035. Mr. Sunshine (yellow austrinum) 25.0016. Japanese yew** 'Prostrata'17. Japanese yew** 'Scott Wallace' 15.0018. Loropetalum 'Cerise Charm' 19. Mahonia 'Soft Caress' 20. Tea olive 'Apricot Echo'21. Vitex 'Flip Side' PAYMENT OPTIONS 35.003. Agapanthus 'Ever Sapphire' - 1-gal.12. Fetterbush (Lyonia lucidia)13. Hibiscus 'Hawaii' Qty.Qty.1Order By EmailComplete the form and email tofickesss@ufl.edu. You will be contactedby phone for credit card payment.PLEASE DO NOT SEND CREDIT CARDINFO VIA EMAIL2Qty.Order By MailComplete the form and mail it to thefollowing address along with creditcard information or a check forpayment.PLEASE DO NOT MAIL CASH 15.00Make checks payable to: 20.00*Hydrangea macrophyllaWilmot Botanical Gardens 24.00 15.00**Cephalotaxus harringtoniiMail to:Wilmot Botanical GardensQuantity Total 22.00SubtotalDiscountTotalSales tax (7%)Grand totalTHANK YOU!0P. O. Box 103560Gainesville, FL 32610 If you do not receive a phone callor email acknowledging receiptof your order, please call (352)273-5832 BEFORE April 1.Customer/Billing InformationName:Address:Order Pick-upPhone:Email:Payment InformationCard type (circle one):Card no.:Exp. date:American ExpressDiscoverMasterCardVisaPre-orders will be availablefor pick-up at WilmotBotanical Gardens on April7 and 8 or during the livesale on April 9 and 10.CVV code:ALL PRE-ORDERS MUST BE RECEIVED BY MARCH 31, 2021Questions? Contact Shannon Fickess at (352) 273-5832 or fickesss@ufl.eduPROCEEDS BENEFIT WILMOT BOTANICAL GARDENS AND THE THERAPEUTIC HORTICULTURE PROGRAM.

Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Spring Sale Pre-Order Guide132SOLD OUT456789SOLD OUTCommon name, scientific name, characteristics/location1.Pink muhly grass, Muhlenbergia capillaris, enchanting ornamental, full sun2.Platinum Beauty lomandra, Lomandra longifolia, drought-tolerant, low maintenance, part-full sun3.Ever Sapphire agapanthus, A. hybrid 'ANDbin' PP26336, semi-dwarf, drought-tolerant, brilliant blooms, part sun4.Ever Twilight agapanthus, A. hybrid 'MDB001' PP30162, semi-dwarf, drought-tolerant, bi-color blooms, part sun5.Florida Sunshine anise, Illicium parviflorum, golden, fragrant foliage, easy care, part-full shade6.Miss Scarlett anise, Illicium floridanum, compact, dense foliage, crimson blooms, part-full shade7.Pink Lemonade blueberry, Vaccinium 'Pink Lemonade', bushy, unique, heavy producer, part-full sun8.Summer Sips Sangria butterfly bush, Buddleia 'SRPbudsan', dwarf, heat/drought tolerant, dark foliage, full sun9.Tutti Frutti butterfly bush, Buddleia 'Podaras13', dwarf, heat/drought tolerant, dense, compact form, full sunPage 1 of 5

Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Spring Sale Pre-Order Guide101112131415161718Common name, scientific name, characteristics/location10. Red Rooster crape myrtle, Lagerstroemia 'PIILAGIII' PP23,178, upright, mid-size, disease-resistant, full sun11. Cinnamon Girl dystillium, Dystillium 'PIIDIST-V' PP27,631, low-maintenance, fast-growing, full sun12. Fetterbush, Lyonia lucidia, native, attractive foliage, attracts BEES!, part-full shade13. Hawaii hibiscus, Hibiscus syriacus 'Minsygrb1', hard to find, bold flower, showy, full sun14. Bloomstruck hydrangea, Hydrangea macrophylla 'PIIHM-II', gorgeous, elegant blooms, part shade15. Summer Crush hydrangea, Hydrangea macrophylla 'Bailmacfive', intense color, wilt-resistant, part shade16. Prostrata Japanese yew, Cephalotaxus harringtonii 'Prostrata', spreading, ground cover, heat tolerant, full sun17. Scott Wallace Japanese yew, Cephalotaxus harringtonii 'Scott Wallace', low-growing, evergreen, part sun18. Cerise Charm loropetalum, Loropetalum chinense 'Kurobijin', dark plum foliage, stunning flowers, full sunPage 2 of 5

Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Spring Sale Pre-Order Guide19202122232425See next page for azaleas.Common name, scientific name, characteristics/location19.Soft Caress mahonia, Mahonia eurybracteata, easy care, elegant, bright yellow flowers, shade-part sun20.Apricot Echo tea olive, Osmanthus fragans aurantiacus, repeat flowering, fragrant, hard to find, part-full sun21.Flip Side vitex, Vitex 'BAILTEXONE' PP30,283, deep purple flowers, attracts pollinators, full sun22.Barbados cherry, Malphigia glabra, self-fertilizing, native, edible fruit!!!, attract butterflies, part-full sun23.Chinese white fringe tree, Chionanthus retusus, highly prized, fragrant, low maintenance, part-full sun24.Empress of China dogwood, Cornus angustata 'Elsbry', vigorous, hard to find, attracts birds, part shade25.Silver Mist magnolia, Magnolia virginiana 'Silver Mist', showy, hardy ornamental, profuse blooms, part-full sunPage 3 of 5

Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Spring Sale Pre-Order Guide262728SOLD OUTEncore Autumn BonfireDwarf - 3' H x 3.5' WEncore Autumn CarnivalDwarf - 3' H x 3.5' W3029Encore Autumn ChiffonDwarf - 2.5' H x 3' W31SOLD OUTEncore Autumn FireDwarf - 2.5' H x 3' WEncore Autumn LilyIntermedite - 4.5' H x 4' W32Encore Autumn SangriaIntermediate - 4.5' H x 4' W33Encore Autumn SunburstEncore Autumn TwistIntermedite - 3' H x 3.5' WIntermediate - 4.5' H x 4' W3435'Escambia' native rhododenron(R. austrinum)'Mr. Sunshine' native rhododenron(R. austrinum)Page 4 of 5

Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Spring Sale Pre-Order GuideIf you have a request for a specific plant, shrub ortree, please let us know. We are happy to see if wecan get it for you!All plants are sold in 3-gallon pots, unless otherwise indicated on the order form.Orders must be received by March 31 and will be available for pick up at WilmotBotanical Gardens on April 7 and 8 or during the live plant sale on April 9 and 10. Ifyou do not receive confirmation acknowledging receipt of your order, please call(352) 273-5832 BEFORE April 1.Thank you for your support!Wilmot Botanical Gardens2023 Mowry RoadGainesville, FL 32610Questions?Contact (352) 273-5832 or fickesss@ufl.eduPage 5 of 5

Botanical Gardens on April 7 and 8 or during the live plant sale on April 9 and 10. If you do not receive confirmation acknowledging receipt of your order, please call (352) 273-5832 BEFORE April 1. Thank you for your support! Wilmot Botanical Gardens 2023 Mowry Road Gainesville, FL 32610 Questions? Contact (352) 273-5832 or fickesss@ufl.edu .

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