Evergreens For Zone 10

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  • Amur privet

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  • Australian Pine

    Australian Pine is a large variety of pine tree and sky rocket up to almost one hundred and fifty feet tall in most cases. Additionally, this tree can have a width of up to eighty feet or more.

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  • Hybrid Willow

    Hybrid Willow is an amazing smaller tree that fits perfectly into a lawn or a garden area. It grows to be twenty-five feet tall and can be twenty to twenty-five feet wide. This tree is very adaptable to various soils and thrives in full sunlight. It provides beautiful color in the spring and summer with gorgeous green leaves and also during the fall when the leaves change colors for the season.

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  • Northern Privet Hedge

    The Northern Privet hedge is a wonderful shrub to use as a natural privacy fence.It reaches fifteen feet tall and can also be kept to be around 4 foot with regular trimmings.This shrub grows well in zones 4 through 7 and will like to grow in full sunlight and various soil conditions.

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  • Pine Trees

    Pine trees are fabulous and will grow to be different heights. Some can grow to be over eighty feet tall while others grow to be only a few feet tall. They bring lots of wildlife to an area such as squirrels and birds. There are a few that will produce pine cones after they have been established for several years and are healthy.

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Evergreens For Zone 10

Evergreens are a great way for a homeowner to keep color year round in their yard. With these types of plants, they not only look good but are a great way to keep the foliage. Most types of evergreens will not lose their foliage, maybe a little during the harsh winter months but overall will keep them year round which makes not only a homeowner but birds and small wildlife happy too because it is a way for them to seek refuge and feel protected from larger predators and bad weather.

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