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Conifers

Conifers

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  • Black Gum Tree Black Gum Tree
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    Black Gum Tree

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     Black Gum tree has a fall beauty that will be a spectacular addition to your area Black Gum has a straight trunk with a distinctive bark that forms deep holes. It can reach a height of 30 to 50 feet and a width of 20-30 feet approximately. Black...
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  • Cedar Tree Cedar Tree
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    Cedar Tree

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    Cedar, Cedrus is a Genus of Coniferous Trees in the Pinaceae Family   The cedar, or more formally known as Cedrus, is a genus of coniferous trees in the family Pinaceae that is native to the mountains of the western Himalayas and the...
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  • Eastern Red Cedar Tree is a fast-growing evergreen and will thrive in various soil types. Eastern Red Cedar is a Fast Growing Evergreen.
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    Eastern Red Cedar

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    Eastern Red Cedar, Juniperus Virginiana is a Fast Growing Evergreen Hardy planting zones are 2-9; The growth rate is 2 to 3 feet per year; The Cedar Tree is a fast-growing evergreen and will thrive in various soil types. This tree will bring lots of...
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  • Loblolly Pine Loblolly Pine
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    Loblolly Pine

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    Loblolly Pine, Pinus Taeda Is One Of The Most Commercially-Important Trees In The Southeastern United States, Thanks To Its Timber And Resinous Wood The loblolly pine, formally known as the Pinus taeda, is the second-most common species of tree...
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  • Mulberry Tree Mulberry Tree
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    Mulberry Tree

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    Mulberry Tree berries are dark and juicy and give out a great flavor   The presence of trees in the environment improves the look and feel of the area. A mulberry tree even gives you a lovely shade since it grows tall and has large spreading...
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  • Privet can grow three feet a year with adequate water and nutrients. Privet is probably the fastest growing hedge plant you will find.
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    Northern Privet

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     Northern Privet- Ligustrum x ibolium are Fast Growing and Hardy in Zones 5-9    Northern Privet Plants are hardy in zones 5 through 9. Northern Privets grow well in most conditions and soils; Privets are prized as privacy...
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  • Pitch Pine Tree Pitch Pine Tree
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    Pitch Pine Tree

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     Pitch Pine Tree provide shelterbelts  along roadsides to prevent soil erosion A pitch pine tree (Pinus rigida) is a North American pine tree that grows in the Eastern United States and Canada. It is also called Southern pitch pine, Albany...
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  • Purple Rose of Sharon Purple Rose of Sharon
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    Purple Rose of Sharon

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    Purple Rose of Sharon is a popular name for various flowering plants prized in different parts of the world.    It's also a biblical term, albeit identifying the plant in question is a point of contention among biblical scholars. It does not...
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  • Red Cedar Tree Red Cedar Tree
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    Red Cedar Tree

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    Red Cedar Tree, Thuja Plicata Is Aromatic and Provides Shelter for Birds The red cedar tree, also called the eastern red cedar, is formally known as Juniperus virginiana. The tree is a member of the timber tree of the Cypress family and is found...
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  • River Birch Tree River Birch Tree
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    River Birch Tree

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    River Birch Tree is a Sturdy Branched, Wind and Ice Resistant Deciduous River Birch Tree - Betula nigra. Native to the eastern areas of the United States, the River Birch is a fast-growing, prevalent birch tree. It can grow at a rate of two to three feet...
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  • Shortleaf Pine Tree Shortleaf Pine Tree
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    Shortleaf Pine Tree

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     Shortleaf Pine Tree is valued for its strength and durability The shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata) is a small to medium-sized pine tree growing in the Eastern United States. Presently, shortleaf pine is flourishing across the Southeast due to...
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Conifers are trees that stay green all year round instead of deciduous trees that shed their leaves during winter or in the dry season. They have a unique characteristic; they do not shed all their foliage at the same time. When the old foliage drops, new ones grow back to replace the old ones. Many of these trees are coniferous; evergreen conifers have cones rather than leaves or needles. Evergreens come in small and large varieties: Evergreen shrubs, such as Privet Hedges, make excellent hedges for privacy and security. Some shrubs, such as the Mountain Laurel, are considered evergreen shrubs and flowering shrubs. Large evergreen trees, such as the Eastern Red Cedar, can help reduce wind and reduce light and noise when planted along a property line.

 Conifers are the #1 Seller at our nursery because of their year-round beauty. Evergreen Conifers can provide many decades of year-round beauty in a landscape. 

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Conifers are a type of evergreen that reproduce utilizing seeds in a cone rather than a flower. Evergreens add to landscaping for many reasons. While deciduous trees and shrubs lose their leaves in Autumn, pines provide greenery through all four seasons. Evergreen conifers are available as either a tree or a bush. There are many uses for evergreens with just as many choices.

Evergreen conifers are perfect for planting in areas as windbreak. Since they do not lose their needles in the winter, they will provide a year-round barrier from harsh winds. They are also perfect to use as a natural property line or privacy fence. Create a tall natural wall for a dramatic effect or stagger tall and medium evergreens for a more sculptured look. Place small bushes as back edging on an existing garden or along the driveway. They are also perfect for hiding unsightly structures or areas of the yard you wish to conceal. Since they remain green year-round, they are perfect for hiding utility boxes or an old shed.

While there are much landscaping uses for the evergreen, there is another reason to have them around. There are a variety of wildlife species that use evergreens for food and shelter. Squirrels store away the cone seeds for winter eating, hawks use the treetops as a perch, and low branches provide a haven for rabbits, to name a few.

With so many evergreen conifers to choose from, the ideas are boundless when planning the perfect landscape. From dwarf conifers such as Bluestar juniper, low mound, and Jakobsen to large conifers like the thuja green giant, baby blue spruce, and spartan juniper, the choices are almost endless. Evergreens are perfect for landscaping, whether for privacy, wildlife sanctuary, or just for the enjoyment of their year-round majestic beauty.

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Evergreen shrubs keep bright landscape greenery when everything else is gray and bare in the winter months. They create beautifully textured anchors in the scenery for the rest of the year, making them ideal shrubs for landscaping. Evergreen shrubs come in many sizes, from low growing horizontal to rounded bushy to tall and narrow. They are excellent for screening unpleasant views, accenting a home’s foundation, lining a property’s perimeter, and providing cover for wildlife.

 

Understanding Evergreen Shrubs

 

There are many evergreen shrubs, the most common being conifers or the familiar pines, with thin needles on stems. Some have sharp pointy needles, and some have soft needles with rounded edges. Evergreen shrubs in warmer climates include broadleaf plants like azaleas. Some evergreens with leaves grow in cold climates, such as private and boxwood; they may need winter protection to survive without damage.

 

Knowing the growth habits and environmental needs of the evergreen shrubs you choose is key to healthy, thriving plants. If planted correctly and cared for properly, evergreen shrubs will need minimal attention throughout their lifespan and provide beautiful anchors and backdrops in any landscape. Most will do well in bright light to partial shade, with moderate watering and fertilizing needs. If damaged by injury or pests or planted in an unfavorable habitat, such as a low saturated area, they will not thrive and die off.

 

Common Evergreen Shrubs

 

Homeowners and landscapers plant common evergreen shrubs around homes and in yards and gardens. Evergreen private plants are used for privacy and noise screening to form a natural fence. They are attractive shrubs with small glossy green lance or oval-shaped leaves and small flowers that produce small black fruit clusters in the summer. They grow from four to 15 feet tall. They grow well in various growing conditions but need good drainage and won’t do well in wet and flooded areas.

 

Pine trees are another common evergreen used in landscaping. Yew, arborvitae, weeping hemlock, white pine, scots pine, and Korean pine are popular pine shrub varieties used in landscaping homes and yards. Many are available in dwarf varieties to fit in almost any space. Beautiful greenery, from bright green to silvery green to dark green, colors the winter landscape to contrast with the white of snow or browns and grays of deciduous plants.

 

Winter Protection for Evergreen Shrubs

 

In cold climates with freezing winters, it’s best to provide winter protection for evergreen shrubs. Some fall preparation can help prevent winter damage and help evergreens survive winter conditions and thrive in the spring.

 

Harsh freezing winds and frozen soil can dry out even thorny healthy shrubs, and heavy snowfall can break branches and swim trunks. Water shrubs generously in the fall before the first hard frost to bolster them before dormancy, then mulch well to conserve moisture. Wrap floppy branches with burlap or shrub covers for wind protection. Consider using an anti-desiccant spray to prevent water loss through leaves and needles. Burlap windbreaks or screens protect shrubs that are in exposed locations.