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Fast Growing Evergreens for Quick Privacy This is good information.....They love water and grow super fast

Fast-Growing Evergreens for Privacy

Carolina Sapphires are great, fast-growing trees that can create an impermeable privacy screen within a matter of a few years.

Lithodora: Evergreen Perennial with Electric Blue Flowers

Lithodora: Evergreen and Electric Blue Radiance

Lithodora is an evergreen perennial that blooms profusely in the Spring. The electric blue blossoms are tiny but pack a big punch in full bloom. Here’s everything you need to know. May 20, 2018 update: There is a new update about Lithodora that I’ve written, as additional information to this post. The link is at the bottom [...]

A stunning evergreen shrub to place at the back of your garden bed is the Castle Wall™ Blue Holly. Growing to an impressive 5 to 8-feet tall, but only 3 to 4-wide this holly is perfect for mid-sized gardens as it’s narrow, pyramidal shape won’t overwhelm the garden bed.

A stunning evergreen shrub to place at the back of your garden bed is the Castle Wall™ Blue Holly. Growing to an impressive 5 to 8-feet tall, but only 3 to 4-wide this holly is perfect for mid-sized gardens as it’s narrow, pyramidal shape won’t overwhelm the garden bed.

'Emerald n Gold' Wintercreeper. 'Emerald 'n Gold' wintercreeper is a wonderful evergreen for adding color to shaded areas of the garden. The rich green leaves are decorated with a broad yellow edge that takes on a pink or burgundy tinge in winter. If you plant it up against a wall, it may climb like a vine. Size: To 4 feet tall, 3 feet wide Zones: 5-9

22 Colorful Shrubs That Put on a Gorgeous Show All Season Long With Their Foliage

When you think of a shrub, a forest-green bush probably comes to mind. However, there are so many colorful shrub varieties out that offer foliage of multiple hues and even flowers. Put on a spring-to-fall show in your landscape with these shrubs that offer spectacular foliage (and some are even evergreen).

'Chief Joseph' Lodgepole Pine: A true stunner that is unassuming green all summer, then turns brilliant gold in the winter. Especially beautiful when paired with a blue cultivar for amazing winter color. USDA Zone 5. Sun/Shade.

Pinus contorta var. latifolia 'Chief Joseph' _ Lodgepole Pine _

Green summer needles begin turning gold in the fall. By winter, this plant is absolutely brilliant gold. It was found in the Wallowa Mountains by Doug Will of Sandy, OR during a hunting trip. He supposedly used an axe to dig it. This variety has proven to be difficult to propagate - yellow and some variegated conifers are typically more difficult to graft. Chief Joseph (1840-1904) was the chief of the Wallow Valley Nez Perce tribe. He became famous in 1877 for leading a three and a…

25 Small Shrubs for Landscaping Tight Spaces | Landscaping Ideas and Hardscape…

Landscaping and Hardscaping

Browse pictures at HGTV of front and backyard landscaping ideas along with hardscape design including water features, pergolas, fire pits and more.

Camellia  Latin name: Camellia japonica  Zone 7-9

Japanese camellia - FineGardening

Japanese camellias shine in winter, with their glossy, deep green leaves and brilliant symmetry.

Carol Mackie daphne, Daphne x burkwoodii, One of the best smelling flowers.

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Carol Mackie daphne, Daphne x burkwoodii, One of the best smelling flowers.

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Daphne

Daphne for fragrant sweet smelling flowers in winter, spring and summer for spring and fall planting in containers and gardens in Portland, Vancouver, Lake Oswego.

lawrence_crocker Daphne - small for my garden - winter blooming very fragrent

Daphne

Daphne for fragrant sweet smelling flowers in winter, spring and summer for spring and fall planting in containers and gardens in Portland, Vancouver, Lake Oswego.

Japanese barberry  Latin name: Berberis thunbergii  Zone 5-8

Japanese barberry - FineGardening

Grown for its neat habit, yellow flowers, and red fruit, this shrub spreads prolifically by seed and is considered invasive in some areas, including the Northeast.