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Evergreen Trees and Shrubs

Evergreen Trees and Shrubs
Evergreen trees and shrubs are a great option when you're thinking of revamping your garden. In this article, you will get to know about them.
Sujata Iyer
Many people enjoy gardening as a hobby. Many take it up as a profession too. There's really something magical about planting seeds on barren land, nurturing them, and watching them flourish into a full-fledged garden, with brilliantly vibrant colors. Butterflies and bees going about their business on the pretty flowers, and birds nesting their young ones in the green plumage of the trees. The garden outlined with different shrubs and bushes, forming a breathtaking landscape and privacy screen as well. Nature's extravagant bounty, at its best.
In simple terms, an evergreen plant, is that plant, which bears leaves throughout the year. One of the main reasons for the plant being evergreen, is that this is the way the plant adjusts itself to a low nutrient content. Hence, you will notice that they grow in different types of soil, and can also survive different types of climate. In this article, we will show you the different trees and shrubs that are evergreen.
Evergreen Trees
Here's a list of the most popular evergreen trees, that are used for landscaping. Out of the ones below, the Thuja is one of the fastest growing ones, and so a good option if you want your garden to be green within a short time. Just like any other plant, proper care must be taken if you want to enjoy the greenery. You can keep your backyard simple and green, by just using some grass and planting some of these gorgeous evergreen trees. Have a look at the vast list below, and you can take your pick!
Thuja Occidentalis
  • American
  • Emerald
  • Globe
  • Hetz Midget
  • Holmstrup
  • Little Giant
  • Nigra
  • Pygmy Globe
  • Thuja Pyramidalis
  • Spring Grove
  • Woodward
  • Techny
  • Green Giant
  • Drought Resistant Sapphire Cypress
  • Bald Cypress
  • Cascade Falls Bald Cypress
  • Leyland Cypress
  • Italian Cypress
  • Lawson's Cypress
  • Bird's Nest Spruce
  • Blue Nest Spruce
  • Dwarf Alberta Spruce
  • Dwarf Norway Spruce
  • Douglas Spruce
  • White Spruce
  • Sitka Spruce
  • American Holly
  • Castle Spire Holly
  • Nellie Stevens Holly
  • Soft Touch Holly
  • Longleaf Pine
  • Monterey Pine
  • Scotch Pine
  • Jack Pine
  • Sugar Pine
  • White Pine
  • Cuban Pine
  • Yellow Pine
  • Mexican Pine
  • Bristlecone Pine
  • Foxtail Pine
  • Loblolly Pine
  • Red or Norway Pine
  • Lodge Pole Pine
  • Tamarack
  • Western Larch
  • Bull Pine
  • Pitch Pine
  • Wichita Blue Juniper
  • Spartan Juniper
  • Skyrocket Juniper
  • Blue Star Juniper
  • Blue Rug Juniper
  • Chinese Prickly Juniper
  • Temple or Needle Juniper
  • Ryukyu Juniper
  • Syrian Juniper
  • Cade Juniper
  • Black Juniper
  • Mexican Weeping Juniper
  • Fraser Fir
  • Sub-Alpine Fir
  • Balsam Fir
  • Noble Fir
  • Giant Fir
  • Silver Fir
  • Greek Fir
  • Sacred Fir
  • Bristlecone Fir
  • Nordmann Fir
  • Korean Fir
  • Lemon Scented Eucalyptus
  • Peppermint Eucalyptus
  • Blue Gum Eucalyptus
  • Gully Gum Eucalyptus
  • Silver Leaved Stringybark
  • Whitebark Eucalyptus
  • Alpine Cider Gum Eucalyptus
  • Brown Mallet
  • Sugar Gum Eucalyptus
  • Live Oak
  • Holly Oak
  • Cryptomeria
  • Sky Pencil Tree
  • Taxus baccata (Yew)
  • Olea europaea (type of olive)
  • Bamboo (white and black)
Evergreen Shrubs
So, we've looked at the list of evergreen trees, and shrubs shouldn't be left behind then. While some of the shrubs mentioned here are flowering bushes, most of them are shrubs and bushes that can be used for landscaping. Growing shrubs is a great idea if you're looking for some short foliage, just to mark a boundary around your garden, which makes them great hedge plants. Flowering bushes and shrubs also keep your garden bursting with colors!
  • Faulkner
  • Korean Box
  • Japanese Box (Japonica)
  • Blauer Heinz
  • Emerald Pillar
  • Variegated English Box
  • Longifolia
  • English Box
  • English Box (topiary)
  • Green Gem
  • Green Mountain
  • Green Velvet
  • Glencoe
Lily of the Velley-Pieris
  • Forest Flame
  • Japonica-Christmas Cheer
  • Snow Queen
  • Flamingo
  • Wakehurst
  • Forrestii
  • Temple Bells
  • Sarabande
  • Mountain Fire
  • Blue Princess
  • Blue Prince
  • Castle Wall
  • Jim Dandy
  • Peter's
  • Altaclere
  • Longstalk
  • Hughes
  • Japgarden
  • Wisconsin
  • Youngstown
  • Arcadia
  • Bar Harbor
  • Blue Star
  • Grey Owl
  • Broadmoor
  • Calgary Carpet
  • Mint Julep
  • Old Gold
  • Scandia
  • Irish Yew
  • Japanese Yew
  • Hicks Yew
  • Taunton Yews
  • Densiformus
  • Indica: Aline, Phryne, Guanda Pink, etc.
  • Azelea Kurume: Kirin, Wards Ruby, Hinode Giri, etc.
  • Rhododendron
  • St. Johnswort- Ames
  • Camellia
  • Cornus
  • Scleranthus
  • Nandina
  • Euonymus (blondy and gold splash)
  • Adam's Needle
  • Magnolia
  • Daphne
  • Pittosporum
  • Michelia
  • Hebe
  • Sarcococca
  • Daboecia
I guess, by now you've made a decision about which of these evergreen plants you will be choosing to enhance the beauty of your garden. You can keep the garden just green, or you can throw in some flowering plants for a dash of color. Both ways, you'll have a splendid looking garden!
Bunch of tutsan
Blooming rhododendron
Overlooking hebe
Taunton Yews
Garden - Yew trees
mountain tree southwest
Large, tall golden conifer tree
Kodachrome Basin Landscape
Adam's Needle
Nandina or Heavenly Bamboo
Scleranthus annuus
The Broadmoor Five-Diamond Resort
Arcadia Juniper
Juniper japanese garden
Temple Bells
Pieris japonica
Green Velvet
Veronica longifolia
Emerald Pillar
Olive tree isolated
Large Angle Oak Tree
Blue Gum Eucalyptus
Reflections of Peppermint Trees
Bristlecone Pine
European Silver Fir
Giant Fir trees
Balsam Fir tree
Sub alpine Fir Trees
Real Fraser Fir
Pitch Pine Trees
Lodge Pole Pine
Red pines
Foxtail Pine Tree
Christmas Tree Farm in Mexico
Pine on the Atlantic coast
Cones on a pine tree
Scotch Pine
Longleaf Pine
Nellie Stevens Holly
Dwarf Alberta spruce
Lawson cypress forest
Taxodium distichum tree
Cypress trees
Cypress: Eastern Arborvitae
Woodwardii Globe Cedar
Over the Hedge
Thuja occidentalis - American Arborvitae