8 Small Evergreen Shrubs For Your Landscape - Martin Baker Orthodontist

8 small evergreen shrubs for your landscape

Blue star ju niper the bluegray leaf of the blue star juniper juniperus squamata blue star is one of its most notable features blue star junipers have short bluegreen needles that are tightly grouped in whorls of three and overlap

Mountain laurel the dwarf form of the broadleaf evergreen mountain laurel kalmia latifolia minuet has the potential to reach considerable heights

False cypress ‘golden mop’ golden mop is a cultivar of yellowneedled evergreen shrub of the cupressaceae cypress family that is native to japan it can take up to ten years for it to reach two feet in height due to its slow growth

Dwarf azalea rhododendron japonicum dwarf azaleas or amoena hybrids are descended from the japanese azalea known as amoenum which was first imported around 1850

Dwarf alberta spruce dwarf alberta spruces picea glauca conica are categorized as shrubs yet they eventually develop to be 10foot dwarf trees

Gem box inkberry holly the gem box cultivar creates a dense ballshaped shrub that matures at 3 feet while most broadleaf evergreen shrubs ilex glabra reach a height of 5 to 10 feet

Japanese holly ‘compacta’ this little cultivar of ilex crenata sometimes known as the box leafed holly has a low compact globose growth habit small black fruit and lush dark green foliage

Little giant dwarf aborvitae little giant thuja occidentalis little giant is a small globeshaped evergreen shrub yet many arborvitae grow fairly tall and conical it is ideal for specimen planting with blooming plants hedges