Southern magnolias are the southern belles of evergreen plants producing large, fragrant,
creamy white flowers, traditionally found on large estates and plantations of the
south. In the urban landscape the species is too big, enter ‘Southern Charm’ also
known as Teddybear® a dwarf, compact version of the species.
Virginia sweetspire is a native shrub to eastern Oklahoma. It is a mound-shaped, slender-branched,
deciduous shrub generally 3 to 6 feet tall and wide. Small, white, fragrant flowers
bloom in spring to early summer in 4-inch spires that droop with the arching branches.
Cuphea is a genus of many plants native to the warm temperate and tropical regions
of the Americas. Cuphea is a tender perennial grown as an annual in Oklahoma. It is
low maintenance and is known for its tolerance to heat and drought.