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Unformatted text preview: -Carolina Rhododendron-Smallest leaves of Rhododendrons on list, touch of brown underneath leaves, clusters of buds 10) Rhododendron Catawbiense-Catawbiense Rhododendron- long shiny leaves, underside of leaves is whitish, no bracks, much more glossier than Rhododendron Maximum 11) Rhododendron Maximum-Rosebay Rhododendron-Bigger leaves than Mountain Laurel, big buds, long narrow leaves, bud brackets, brown underside 12) Rhododendron Mucronatum-Snow Azalea-Will have white flowers, wrinkly leaves, native to Carolinas 13) Viburnum Rhytidophyllum-Leatherleaf Vibernum- wrinkly leaves when cold, thick textured leaves, not good late afternoon sun, looses a little bit of those wrinkly folded leaves in winter. Note: Cornus Stolonifera-Red Stem Dogwood- no leaves on them in winter, purplish stem, shrub, on new growth they are red, good for stabilizing embankments...
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- Spring '08