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Evergreen shrubs

When shopping for evergreen shrubs, it's important to know ahead of time where you want to plant it and what type of sun exposure it will get.  If you plan to use your shrub to provide shade or privacy, then you need something a little taller and bigger.  If you'll be using it in a flower bed to complement other plants or on its own, you may want to buy an evergreen shrub that spreads wide rather than tall.  Will you be using your shrubs as decorative plants or filler plants?  A decorative evergreen shrub will need to be trimmed to keep its unique good looks.  Many evergreen shrubs also flower or produce some type of berries.  You may also want to view our sections on shrubs/bushes/hedges or evergreen trees.


Blondy Euonymus

The Euonymus Blondy, 'Euonymus f. 'Blondy', a Proven Winners selection, is a colorful new variety of evergreen euonymus. Blondy has dramatic, crisp variegation. The green and yellow foliage will be more pronounced in full sun but this adaptable plant can be planted in most locations. Blondy can be used at the front of the border or along walkways for four season interest. Place in well drained soil.

Gold Splash Euonymus

The Euonymus Gold Splash, 'Euonymus f. 'Gold Splash', a Proven Winners selection, produces big, round leaves that have a bright, bold variegation. It will make a dramatic impact on the landscape and will provide four season color in your landscape. The variegation is very stable and the plant has good disease resistance. The variegated foliage maintains its color all year long and it is accented by showy, persistent fruit in the fall. Place this plant in well drained soil.

Margarita Yew

The Yew Margarita, 'Taxus m. 'Margarita', a Proven Winners selection, is a cool lime green evergreen with a healthy color. Margarita will not burn or turn ugly like some other forms of Yews. Margarita always looks fresh and bright. This Yew will add some cool green color to the landscape. Margarita prefers well drained soil that is moist and a acid to neutral PH.

Adams Needle

The Adams Needle bush, Yucca filamentosa, has stiff evergreen rosettes and are part of the scene in hot dry Central and North American scrublands. Yuccas are hardier than they appear, and only fail in cold exposed inland positions, where they are better grown as container plants. This variety has a white edge. Yucca filamentosa makes dense clumps of stiff leaves 30 inches or so long and edged with fine curly hairs. The remarkable flower-spikes, 6' or more high, appear when plants are five or more years old.

Wintergreen Boxwood

The Korean Wintergreen Boxwood shrub, Microphylla koreana, is also known as the liffleleaf boxwood. It is a broadleaf evergreen upright shrub with medium green to dark green foliage. It is a formal or tightly informal shrub, usually reserved for shady conditions and commonly used as a hedge, foundation planting, edger, or facer shrub.

Heavenly Bamboo

The Heavenly Bamboo, Nadina domestica, is not a true bamboo but a upright 6-8 high, semi-evergreen shrub that tends to slowly sucker at the base, forming colonies. When this plant is in full sun it usually assumes a reddish tint in winter (depending on environmental conditions). Careful pruning, as canes do not branch out and best to thin out old stems every year or head back old canes at varying lengths to produce a dense plant. Once established, they are very tough plants, thriving in sun, shade, moist or dry conditions.

Mountain Laurel

The Mountain Laurel, Kalmia latifolia, is a native American plant. Its natural beauty in a woodland setting is a spring delight. It is the state flower of Connecticut and Pennsylvania. To ensure that the Mountain Laurel you choose flourishes in your garden here are some tips: Plant high and mulch well. Provide shade for the roots with companion plants or with mulch. Water often during growth periods, do not let the plant dry out. Maintain well drained, acidic soil with ample humus.







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