Compact evergreen shrub with dark green, glossy foliage. Clusters of white flowers in spring followed by very showy metallic blue berries in winter. Plant in mass or as a foundation shrub.
Viburnum opulus ‘Sterile’
Very popular flowering shrub with masses of white, globe-shaped flowers from spring through midsummer. Nice uniform growing habit. Mix into borders or in groups.
Large, densely branched, rounded deciduous shrub with yellow-white blooms over dark green, leathery leaves. Bright red fruit changes to black. Hardy, adaptable plant for the shrub border.
Viburnum tinus ‘Compactum’
An upright, rounded evergreen shrub with lustrous dark green leaves that are handsome throughout the year. Pink buds open to white flowers. Metallic blue fruit follows. Nice hedge, screen or foundation plant.
Very durable large evergreen shrub or small tree that is widely adaptable. It has fragrant foliage that is olive green in color. Makes a great specimen, pruned into a small tree or grown as a tall hedge. Good tolerance to drought and poor soils. Grows very fast.
Myrica cerifera ‘Don’s Dwarf’
Dwarf evergreen shrub with deep, olive green foliage and a rounded, compact form. Excellent low-maintenance choice for shrub borders or foundation plantings. Tolerates poor soils.
Taxus x media ‘Densiformis’
Dense, low, spreading shrub that is great for hedge, screen or border plantings. Dark green foliage backs scarlet berries. Versatile and durable, tolerates shearing well.
Taxus cuspidata ‘Monloo’ PP10335
Durable, evergreen shrub. Low, dense, spreading plant with dark green, soft foliage. Excellent in foundation plantings, in the shrub border or as a bank cover.
Taxus x media ‘Hicksii’
Densely branched, columnar evergreen shrub with soft, glossy, dark green foliage. A superb choice for use as hedge, screen or foundation planting.
Cephalotaxus harringtonia ‘Prostrata’
Spreading evergreen shrub with dark green foliage. Tolerant of shade, heat and drought. Excellent for filling under tree canopies. Works great as a single specimen or planted in groups as a large scale groundcover.