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If you are looking for ways to expand your outdoors, including your backyard and garden, invincible greens are essential. Along with being a natural food supplier for birds and other wildlife, they have the potential to bring texture, color and personality throughout the year. Whether you are a Green World expert or a newcomer, we share that you are trying to expand your green thumb. Best evergreen shrubs You may want to consider adding an outdoor space.
We include a wide range of greens that vary in size, color, and shape. Some are growing rapidly, while others take a little longer to expand. Many can withstand poor soil conditions, heat, cold, and short-term drought. Others may prefer the glowing green leaves, small hints, or flowers that come in the spring. And when it comes to choosing the perfect plant, pay attention to which ones are the least important, especially if you do not have time to focus on pruning throughout the year. For indoor options, check out a collection of simple indoor plants that are hard to kill.
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Japanese holly has small, round leaves with many shapes. Put them in a pot and use them to improve your front door area.
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These trees are ideal for small landscapes. Once you have them planted in your backyard, you do not have to worry about taking too long because of their slow growth.
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This round, evergreen green comes in many sizes – from a few feet to five feet tall.
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Boxes have a versatile classic look. Their leaves give color to any winter landscape, so get ready for a gorgeous look in the snow.
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These beautiful bell-shaped flowers bloom in late winter to early spring. Also known as the lily-of-the-valley shrub, Pierreis grows in acid soils.
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Also known as Creeping cedar, this low-growing shrub can be used as a stem or root plant on flower borders.
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This flowering shrub is known for its beautiful flowers. During adolescence, they grow better in partial shade, but as they grow older they receive more sunlight.
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In order for berries to form on these Christmas bushes, you need to plant both “male” and “female” plants.
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Globe Blue Spruce
The bright blue needles retain their color throughout the year, and the form remains circular (ideal for foundation planting).
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These dense, large plants grow up to 20 inches tall and sprout in the spring.
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A native of Japan, northeast China and Korea, the plant produces edible fruits, is round in shape and averages two to three feet high.
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During the warmer months, Daphne produces white to light pink flowers, with small red berries.
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These bright spring flowers are a favorite gift at Easter and Mother’s Day. You can find it in gold, orange, peach, pink, red and purple.
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The fragrant rosemary makes for an outdoor shrub. They attract pollen propagators, so expect to see bees and bees in your yard.
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These eye-catching plants show dark green leaves and white flowers. They are ideal additions in hot climates, some of which bloom completely.
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Winter is cruel
Winter Craper makes a versatile ground cover, shrub or vine. Most of the leaves are white, golden, or green in color and turn pink in winter.
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This large evergreen shrub or small tree can grow up to 20 inches tall. It blooms in late spring and has bright-red leaves.
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These bright flowers grow well in sunny places in the slightest shade. They return every year and must survive the cold months.
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While these shrubs are attractive backyard gardens, you should avoid planting them in a play area for children. All parts of the forest are toxic and can cause skin irritation.
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These flowers smell good in hot weather. Resist any temptation to eat the berries, even if you grow them outdoors.
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Also known as a glass plant, this shrub has a variety of colors ranging from pale white and soft yellow to lemon green and purple.
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Hemlock of Canada
These evergreen trees are known for their dense but majestic branches. You can plant one to make a statement on your lawn or use a lot for a natural filter.
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Mugo pine can easily grow in different areas and is relatively small compared to other pines.
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These sun-loving trees create unique and vibrant borders, fences or ornamental plants. They are also commonly referred to as “mops” because of their rough texture.
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Bay leaf or bay laurel
The dark but glossy oval leaves on this greenery serve as a kitchen spice. You can use it as a plant in the kitchen or add it to flower pots to enhance your garden.
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Jump Cherry Laurel
Also known as Ship Laurel or Cherry Laurel, these shrubs are easy to grow and can withstand heat, cold or drought with adverse soil conditions.
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The airy and majestic branches on this fern-like leaves are low-growing and soft. It can survive even short periods of drought and severe weather.
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Nordic Inkberry Holly
You do not need to cut this bush permanently to keep it round. You can look forward to the little white flowers that bloom in the spring.
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Dwarf Hiba Cedar
Use this flat-bottomed green as your garden or foundation plant. The overall white coatings add character and color throughout the year.
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Juke Box® Pyracomeles
Although it cannot produce flowers, it has an attractive appearance due to its green leaves, which are resistant to disease and pests. They are easy to design in any style if you want to give them another design.
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