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Add Color and Structure With Evergreen Shrubs
Our evergreen shrub category encompasses a wide variety of shrubs. These exceptional plants fit in your landscape...ranging from rounded foundation evergreens like Golden Globe Arborvitae; to vertical, dark-green Hicks Yew.
NatureHills.com has been selling evergreens since 2001. Our expert growers lavish their care for many years before they reach your home!
In fact, a large Green Mountain Boxwood shrub in a #5 container could be up to 7 years old! We carefully shape them, so the plants focus on building out their healthy root systems.
Most "forever green" evergreen shrubs are long-lived and easy to maintain. When planted in favorable sites, they are disease resistant and hardy.
Enjoy the process of deciding which evergreen works best. There are a world of options...you'll find just the right one on our website.
Why to Use Evergreen Shrubs in the Landscape
The number one reason for growing evergreen plants is the seasonal contrast they lend to a landscape. You need something to look at in winter, after all!
But color contrasts may be created in many ways. Combine different evergreen shrubs together for an intermingling of blue-green, light green, and the shiny leaves of dark green plants for a lovely array of tones.
Along with their continuous color...evergreens provide shelter and food for wildlife. They provide exceptional support for your neighborhood songbirds, who take refuge amongst their steadfast branches.
Evergreen shrubs lay the foundation for rock gardens, borders, hedges, and mass plantings. Generally speaking, they are easy to grow and add a genteel, polished look to your landscape design.
Every yard needs a balance of evergreen to deciduous plants. Garden designs often recommend at least one-third of the plants be an evergreen variety.
Durable evergreens have an air of gravity that grounds your landscape. Even small evergreen shrubs deliver a huge sense of grandeur for your space.
Evergreen shrubs can be symmetrical or free-form...you'll find the evergreen shrubs you're looking to purchase here. Find everything from tall and large evergreen plants for sale; to low-growing variegated leaves of Emerald n Gold Euonymus or Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper ground cover.
How To Use Evergreen Shrubs in the Landscape
Create a restful retreat with a modern landscape design that relies almost all on ornamental evergreen trees and shrubs. Then, keep a series of showy outdoor containers to showcase a curated collection of your favorite deciduous shrubs, Roses and perennials.
Versatile broad-leaved Boxwood shrubs feature rounded leaves and they can be sheared into a neat and trim outline for a formal look. These days, people are also allowing their Boxwood to grow out naturally, so butterflies can enjoy the spring nectar.
Flowering evergreens create a stunning focal point in its season of bloom and beyond. Keep your evergreens in containers as a living sculpture.
People shop NatureHills.com for healthy evergreens to keep as Bonsai. Wire and shape Firethorn shrubs to capture their vivid visual interest...all done in miniature.
Small varieties like Dwarf Mugo Pine grow slowly. This makes them an easy-care choice to include in hardy containers and foundation plantings.
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Evergreen Shrub Varieties for Sale Online at NatureHills.com
Boxwood are the Building Blocks of Landscape Design
Enjoy the benefits of low-maintenance, year-round color with enduring, classic Boxwood shrubs. These popular plants have a long life, display bright green colors, and they can be trimmed and shaped almost at will.
But modern plant breeders are also bringing very fast growing evergreen shrubs to market. Sprinter® Boxwood is one of the fastest growing varieties; and NatureHills.com is always bringing new Boxwood cultivars for sale online.
Holly Gives a Traditional Look With Berries for Birds
A great choice for a very fast growing hedge or specimen plant is the Nellie Stevens Holly. The American Holly is the traditional Holly most people think of and it is one of our best selling evergreen shrubs.
Yew Bushes are Long-Lived and Easy to Grow
Along with their continuous color, deep green-needles of evergreens provide shelter and food for wildlife. Songbirds can safely eat the fleshy, red berries of female Yew evergreen shrubs, for instance.
Yew shrubs grow into a modest green background for your house to shine. Their rich, stately color and fine-texture enshrine it's popularity as a foundation planting.
False Cypress Shrubs Are Graceful
Add unique texture with the colorful foliage of False Cypress. They look soft and pretty...but are actually very durable and partial shade-tolerant.
Landscape designers visit our site every day, hunting for Bird's Nest Spruces. They need specimen plants; and want a consistent resource for high-quality plant materials.
Don't Forget About Our Flowering Evergreen Shrubs!
Gain an exciting design element with the stunning blooms of broad-leaved evergreens. You'll have a plethora of choices to help you live life to the fullest on your property.
Abelia have arching branches and dainty blooms. They produce both colorful blooms and pretty sepals that last for many weeks.
Arborvitae Shrubs Offer Soft, Fragrant Foliage
What could be sweeter than sleek Mr. Bowling Ball Arborvitae? Use them to create a modern mass planting in a mulched bed near your patio.
We also offer a line of fast growing Evergreen trees for sale. Green Giant Arborvitae is one of the fastest growing evergreen trees and becomes an effective, large-scale privacy screen.
Azaleas and Rhododendrons Are Flowering Fundamentals
If you want bold, clear color in springtime...these gorgeous shrubs are a great choice! Their long, lustrous leaves look incredible year-round.
Choose from your favorite flower colors and blotches, including hot pink, red, crisp white, yellow, and bold purple. According to the American Rhododendron Society, there are 1000 species and we offer many improved cultivars.
Every Azalea is a Rhododendron; but not all Rhododendrons are Azaleas. Azalea holds a tubular shaped flower at the end of their branches; while Rhododendrons hold clusters of bell-shaped blooms.
Camellias Produce Very Conspicuous Flowers
Camellias are beloved for their long bloom period and beautiful range of colors. They enchant homeowners in warm climates from growing zones 7 through 10.
You can't miss Camellia on a trip to the southern United States. In fact, Camellia is the state flower of Alabama!
Add huge blooms and brilliant color with long-lived Camellia shrubs. Their glossy, dark green foliage looks great as an informal hedge.
Gardenias Feature Gloriously Fragrant Blooms
An excellent choice for coastal areas, Gardenias put forth the most flowers with warm days and cool nights. No one ever forgets the romantic scent of their Gardenia Prom Night corsage, wristlet or boutonniere, do they?
Gardenias also make perfectly poised garden shrubs. We even hand-craft a showy accent Aimee Gardenia tree-form that holds it's scented white flowers up to your nose for convenient sniffing!
Mid-Sized and Dwarf Magnolia Shrubs Offer Showy Blooms and Foliage
Yes, these are the early-blooming Magnolia family that features giant flowers that smell lemony fresh. Some cultivars, like the Little Girl Series, stay nice and tightly compact.
Magnolia shrubs have large, green leaves with rusty undersides that makes a noteworthy screening plant along your fence line. Place one or more Jane Magnolia as a garden room divider to live large, even in small space gardens.
Mountain Laurel is absolutely covered in intricate blooms in springtime. We're proud to offer Olympic Fire Mountain Laurel...they make an exceptional backdrop in Butterfly Gardens.
Most evergreen plants grow best in an exposure full sun. Well-drained soil and consistent hydration is important, and it's best to protect them from winter winds.
Evergreen shrubs can be sorted throughout our extensive online catalog by mature height and spread...and don't forget to add your growing hardiness zone. NatureHills.com makes it easy to find just the certain evergreen shrubs you want to buy.