Hillsborough, NC
(919) 801-0211

Serving Atlantic Seaboard customers from Florida to Long Island


Flowering & Ornamental Shrubs

Every landscape design incorporates some combination of flowering trees and shrubs, and shade and ornamental trees. Cooper-Payne Tree Farms has a large selection of shrub varieties and we specialize in hard-to-find large specimen shrubs to fit every home landscape design. We can help you create an "instant backyard oasis" with mature and large specimen shrubs. Browse through this partial listing:

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Camellia japonica

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Rare 12-foot Camellia japonica camillia.

This South Carolina-collected specimen tree is currently available -- Call for best pricing!

Camellia japonica

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Rare 15-foot Camellia japonica camellia.

This South Carolina-collected specimen tree is currently available -- Call for best pricing!

Camellia japonica

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6-foot Camellia japonica camillia.

Camellia japonica in Bloom

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8-foot Camellia japonica camellia in bloom in North Carolina.

Sasanqua Camellia

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10-foot Camellia sasanqua at our North Carolina tree farm.

Pink Sansanqua Camellia

8-foot Pink Cameillia sasanqua in bloom.

 

Wax Myrtle

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9-foot Wax Myrtle.

This South Carolina-collected specimen tree is currently available -- Call for best pricing!

Ligustrum

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8-foot Ligustrum. in May bloom. We have larger sizes of these avaiilable which are perfect for screening.

Gardenia August Beauty

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6-foot Gardenia August Beauty.This cold-hardy cultivar blooms in May and then again in October.

Gardenia Gleims Hardy

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3-foot Gardenia Gleims Hardy.This ever-blooming garddenia blooms from May through November. Hardy to Zone 6.

Loquat

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10-foot Loquat. This fragrent evergreen is reliably hardy to Zone 7 and frequently bears fruit in Zone 8 and below.

Lorapetalum

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10-foot Lorapetalum, tree form. Coveted for its ever-blooming Fuchia-like blooms and burgandy foliage.

Osmanthus Fragrant Tea Olive

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8-foot Osmanthus Fragrant Tea Olive. This plant blooms throughout the winter with highly fragrant blossoms which smell like orange blooms.

Tree Hydrangea

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8-foot Tree Hydrangea in bloom. This rare heirloom hydrangea is increasingly hard to find.

Rose of Sharon

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8-foot Rose of Sharon, tree form. This variety is non-seeding.

Yellow Twig Dogwood

Mature specimen Yellow Twig Dogwood in Winter.

Red Twig Dogwood

Mature specimen Red Twig Dogwood in Winter.

Aucuba

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5-foot Aucuba. These specimens were collected from a Central North Carolina garden. This plant loves shade.