WILMOT BOTANICAL GARDENSPRE-ORDER FORMFALL 2021 PLANT SALEAzaleas, Trees, Grasses & ShrubsAll plants are sold in 3-gallon pots unless otherwise indicated.Pre-sale items must be pre-ordered and will not be available for sale during the live sale in November.Grasses1 Flax Lily2 Muhly GrassPrice345678910111213141518 Tea Olive 'Apricot Echo'19 Tea Olive Osmanthus Fragrans 10.00 11.00Shrubs & Misc.Agapanthas 'Ever Sapphire'Agapanthas 'Indigo Frost'Anise 'Miss Scarlett'Anise 'Ocala Yellow'Butterfly Bush 'Summer SippsButterfly Bush 'Lavendar' BuddleiaButterfly Bush 'White' BuddleiaFetterbush (Lyonia lucidia)Fothergilla 'Mount Airy'Hydrangea* 'Bloomstruck'Hydrangea* 'Summer Crush'Hydrangea 'Ruby Slippers'Hydrangea* 'Twist-N-Shout'16 Little John Dwarf Bottlebrush17 Loropetalum 'Red Chocolate'PriceShrubs & Misc. cont.Qty.22.0020.0012.0021.00 21.00 21.00 12.0018.0027.0027.0027.00 27.00 14.00 20.00Qty. 17.00 17.00Qty.Trees & Palms 22.00 PricePAYMENT OPTIONSPrice20 American White Fringe Tree21 Barbados Cherry22 Chinese White Fringe Tree23 Crape Myrtle 'Purple Magic' GC24 Crape Myrtle 'Red Rooster' GCAzaleas & Native Rhododendrons25 Native - Admiral Semmes26 Fashion Azalea27 Red Formosa Azalea28 G.G. Gerbing - 1gal29 George Tabor - 1gal30 Lavendar Formosa - 1gal 31 Red Formosa - 1gal32 Red Ruffle - 1gal 5.5033 Southern Charm - 1gal 5.50Qty.25.0025.0025.0025.001Order By EmailComplete the form and email itto firstname.lastname@example.org. Youwill be sent an invoice with a linkto a secure online paymentportal.PLEASE DO NOT SEND CREDITCARD INFO VIA EMAIL 25.00Price Qty.25.0010.0010.005.505.50Order By MailComplete the form and mail it tothe following address along withcredit card information or acheck for payment. 5.50PLEASE DO NOT MAIL CASH 5.50Quantity Total20Make checks payable to:Wilmot Botanical GardensSubtotal Sales tax (7%) Grand total THANK YOU!Mail to:Wilmot Botanical GardensP. O. Box 103560Customer/Billing InformationGainesville, FL 32610Name:Order Pick-upAddress:Pre-orders will be available forpick-up at Wilmot BotanicalGardens on Thursday,November 18 or during the livesale on November 19 and 20.Phone:Email:Payment InformationCard type (circle one):American ExpressDiscoverMasterCardVisaCard no.:Exp. date:CVV code:ALL PRE-ORDERS MUST BE RECEIVED BY NOVEMBER 10, 2021Questions? Contact Allison Burns at (352) 273-5832 or email@example.comPROCEEDS BENEFIT WILMOT BOTANICAL GARDENS AND THE THERAPEUTIC HORTICULTURE PROGRAM.
Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Fall Sale Pre-Order Guide:Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Azaleas and more!Common name, scientific name, characteristics/location1. Flax Lily, Dianella spp., clumping, fast, growing, evergreen with small white or blue flowers. Bloomsspring to mid-summer; partial-shade or full sun.2. Muhly Grass, Muhlenbergia capillaris, ornamental grass, clumping, pink tall flowers, tolerates extremedrought and flooding. Blooms in fall; full sun.3. Agapanthus ‘Ever Sapphire’, Agapanthus africanus, semi-dwarf, fast growing, tough and droughttolerant, blooms very early and reblooms with multiple spikes of bright blue flowers; partial sun.4. Agapanthus ‘Indigo Frost’, Agapanthus africanus, large bi-color flowers change from blue in the throatto white on the petal’s edge and are surrounded by green, strap-like foliage. Blooms open in spring,reblooming through summer; partial sun.5. Anise ‘Miss Scarlett’, Illicium Floridanum, star-shaped crimson blooms, dense growing shrub; partialshade to full shade.6. Anise ‘Ocala Yellow’, Illicium Parviflorum, large evergreen shrub, yellow to light green flowers in spring;partial shade.
Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Fall Sale Pre-Order Guide:Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Azaleas and more!Common name, scientific name, characteristics/location7. Butterfly Bush ‘Summer Sipps Sangria’, Buddleia, dwarf, heat tolerant, sangria colored flowers with darkfoliage; full sun.8. Butterfly Bush ‘Lavendar’, Buddleia, light purple flowers, attracts pollinators. Blooms in early summerthrough fall; full sun.9. Butterfly Bush ‘White’, Buddleia, white flowers, attracts pollinators. Blooms in early summer throughfall; full sun.10. Fetterbush, Lyonia Lucidi, small mounding shrub with white or pink flowers, a butterfly attractor. Bloomsin spring; partial shade to full sun.11. Fothergilla ‘Mount Airy’, Dwarf Fothergilla, deciduous shrub with deep blue-green leaves that havespectacular range of fall color. Showy, honey-scented, bottlebrush-like, white flowers appear beforefoliage emerges in spring; partial shade to full sun.12. Hydrangea Endless Summer ‘Bloomstruck’, Hydrangea macrophylla, color changes between vivid rosepink and purple depending on soil pH, beautiful red-purple stems, dark green leaves with red petiolesand red veins. Blooms early summer to early fall; partial shade.
Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Fall Sale Pre-Order Guide:Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Azaleas and more!Common name, scientific name, characteristics/location13. Hydrangea Endless Summer ‘Summer Crush’, Hydrangea macrophylla, color changes between raspberryred or neon purple depending on soil pH; partial shade.14. Hydrangea ‘Ruby Slippers’, Hydrandgea quercifolia, compact, oakleaf form, robust blooms. Blooms inmid-summer; partial sun.15. Hydrangea Endless Summer ‘Twist-N-Shout’, Hydrangea macrophylla, re-blooming lace-cap hydrangea,boasts picturesque deep pink or periwinkle blue hydrangea flowers depending on soil pH. Blooms fromlate spring through fall; partial shade.16. Little John Dwarf Bottlebrush, Callistemon 'Little John', blood red, bottlebrush-like flower spikes coverthis dwarf evergreen shrub from spring into summer; full sun.17. Loropetalum ‘Red Chocolate’, Loropetalum chinense 'Chang Nian Hong', deep purple to slightlychocolate colored foliage, masses of hot pink to reddish pink colored. Blooms in spring and earlysummer; partial shade to full sun.18. Tea Olive ‘Apricot Echo’, Osmanthus fragrans aurantiacus, produces abundant clusters of wonderfullyfragrant apricot color blossoms. Blooms in fall and continues through winter and early spring. Afterflowering the color show continues in spring as the new leaves emerge a deep burgundy almost purplematuring to deep green by summer; full sun.
Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Fall Sale Pre-Order Guide:Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Azaleas and more!Common name, scientific name, characteristics/location19. Tea Olive, Osmanthus Fragrans, white, fragrant, fall through spring flowers, evergreen 15-30 feet,blooms 8 months out of the year; partial shade to full sun.20. American White Fringe Tree, Chionanthus virginicus, deciduous tree that grows up to 30 feet tall, whiteflower clusters. Blooms in spring; partial shade to full sun.21. Barbados Cherry, Malpighia glabra, self-fertilizing, native, edible fruit!!!, attracts butterflies; partialshade to full sun.22. Chinese White Fringe Tree, Chionanthus retusus, deciduous tree 15 – 30 feet, white flowers. Blooms inearly spring to early summer; partial shade to full sun.23. Crape Myrtle ‘Purple Magic’ Lagerstroemia 'Purple Magic', semi-dwarf, green foliage; full sun.24. Crape Myrtle ‘Red Rooster’, Lagerstroemia indica 'PIILAG III', beautiful mid-size, upright grower withlarge panicles of brilliant red blooms. Blooms early summer through late summer; full sun.
Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Fall Sale Pre-Order Guide:Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Azaleas and more!Azaleas and Native RhododendronsCommon name, scientific name, characteristics/location25. Native – Admiral Semmes, Rhododendron austrinum, deciduous flowering shrub with bright yellowflowers. Blooms in early spring; partial to full shade.26. Fashion Azalea, Rhododendron x 'Fashion', grows to a height of 18"-30". Salmon orange, hose-in-hose,heavy bloomer. Blooms in late fall through early spring; partial to full shade.27. Red Formosa, Azalea indica 'Red Formosa', grows to a height of 3-8 feet, burgundy flowers. Blooms inearly spring; full sun.28. G.G. Gerbing (1 Gal), Azalea indica 'Mrs. G. G. Gerbing', grows to a height of 3-8 feet and produces purewhite flowers. Blooms in early spring; partial sun.29. George Tabor (1 Gal), Azalea x 'George L. Taber' (Southern Indica), grows to height of 3-8 feet. Large,single, pale orchid pink flowers have white edges and a dark blotch. Blooms in early spring; partial shade.30. Lavender Formosa (1 Gal), Azalea indica Formosa, grows to a height of 3-8 feet and produces deeplavender flowers. Blooms in early spring; partial to full sun.
Wilmot Botanical Gardens2021 Fall Sale Pre-Order Guide:Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Azaleas and more!Common name, scientific name, characteristics/location31. Red Formosa (1 Gal), Azalea indica 'Red Formosa', grows to a height of 3-8 feet, burgundy flowers.Blooms in early spring; full sun.32. Red Ruffle (1 Gal), Rhododendron simsii ‘Red Ruffle’, grows to a height of 18"-30". Ruffled, red flowers,heavy bloomer. Blooms in late fall through spring; partial shade to full sun.33. Southern Charm (1 Gal), Southern Indica 'Southern Charm', grows to a height of 3-8 feet. 3" deep roseflowers. Blooms in early spring; partial shade to full sun.Thank you for your support!!All plants on this list are sold in 3-gallon pots, unless otherwise indicated. Ordersmust be received by November 10 and will be available for pick up at WilmotBotanical Gardens on Thursday, November 18 or during the live sale onNovember 19 and 20.Questions? Contact Allison Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 352-273-5832.
Wilmot Botanical Gardens 2021 Fall Sale Pre-Order Guide: Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Azaleas and more! Common name, scientific name, characteristics/location . 1. Flax Lily, Dianella spp., clumping, fast, growing, evergreen with small white or blue flowers. Blooms spring to mid-summer; partial-shade or full sun. 2.
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