The Yuletide Camelia is a spectacular evergreen shrub that is perfect for the holidays. It hard to pass up a plant with such a beautiful name and it’s rare to find one that blooms during the colder seasons. The Yuletide is an award winning favorite of many.
Vintage Jade Distylium
The Vintage Jade® Distylium is new to the plant scene and it is already a huge hit! This hardy, yet graceful shrub will transform your landscape with its lush texture, outstanding color, and unsurpassed year-round interest.
Gardening In New England
The Parson's Juniper offers a great look in a hardy, easy to maintain shrub. You will love having a groundcover with shrub height!
Take a look at the Oakland Holly Tree...This holly tree is great for anchoring the sides of your home or planted as a privacy hedge.
Evergreen Shrub Collection
A collection of the best Evergreen shrubs around!
A variety of Barberry Shrubs
Burning Bush Care
blog post on caring for the famous Burning Bush! This bush is immensely popular for having the brightest and boldest RED color of any shrub.
The extremely popular Firepower Nandina is one of the most colorful Nandinas available! It gets its name from the colorful effect that this Nandina brings to your Landscape.
Crimson Fire Loropetalum
Need a dark red shrub for a smaller area? Try the new Crimson Fire Loropetalum.
Natural bug repellent plant.
If you have used Big Blue Liriope before, the variegated variety has a nice twist to it. Each blade of grass has a unique texture of yellow on the outside edges and green in the middle. It also flowers! Enjoy light purple flowers popping from the middle of the plant in September which make it a colorful groundcover.
Need to add a little height to your landscaping? This Steeds Holly is a great shrub to do just that! This evergreen Japanese Holly requires very little maintenance.
The Wax Myrtle
The Wax Myrtle is an easy, evergreen plant that gives you endless possibilities in your landscape. With their shiny, green, dense foliage and extremely rapid growth you can't grow wrong.