Evergreen shrubs provide color in the dull winter landscape with their lovely green foliage. Junipers, globe spruce, and arborvitae have been popular as foundation plantings for many years One of the most popular evergreen shrubs in recent times is the boxwood. Easily sheared, evergreen shrubs can be grown in their natural form or a more formal style.
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Types of Evergreen Shrubs in our Online Garden Center:
Red Sprite Winterberry Holly:
The Red Sprite Winterberry Holly is a compact ornamental shrub, extensively used for decorations, in the house or garden. When the leaves drop off the Red sprite in late fall it exposes the beautiful red berries. This contrast against the winter snow makes beautiful winter landscape!
Dwarf Mugo Pine:
Dwarf Mugo Pine is a hardy evergreen featuring soft, dark green needles. It forms a low-growing, spreading mound of dense foliage. The branches of the Dwarf Mugo arch gracefully upright. New foliage emerges light colored and points upward like small candles on the tips of the foliage.
Holmstrup Eastern Arborvitae:
This tidy, conical shrub is great for windbreaks, hedges, or for a pair framing a feature in your landscape. Makes a great feature plant alone in a design as well! Very densely branched, the beautiful soft fern like foliage makes quite a statement in any garden.
Taunton Yew Spreading:
Taunton Yew grows moderately fast, and has lovely spreading form. Its upright, arching branches of dark green needles show just a hint of gold. It shows good resistance to winter burn and damage from summer heat. Red berries provide extra interest. Attractive in a woodland garden. Use as a foundation planting for good year round interest.