Austrian Pine in the Landscape
Austrian Pine
  • Block the neighbors with a gorgeous evergreen shade tree!
  • A handsome tree with a densely branched conical form when young, and becomes umbrella-shaped with age.
  • Needles are long and dark green.
  • Superb for windbreaks or as a single specimen.
  • The fastest-growing pine—quickly grows 40′ tall, 15 to 25′ wide

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Arizona Cypress
Arizona Cypress


  • Windy and hot? No problem!
  • An excellent evergreen screen or windbreak in smaller yards, especially in a group.
  • Its symmetrical pyramidal form of compact branches holds handsome blue-gray foliage.
  • Drought tolerant once established.
  • Fast-growing to 20 to 25 feet high, 10 to 12 feet wide.

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These Plants are the Perfect January Companions

  • This beautiful, versatile evergreen shrub does it all!
  • Use as a hedge, a wind barrier, a border to hide crawl spaces and utilities, in groups or as a specimen—even a topiary!
  • Brilliant mint green foliage is displayed on a beautiful arching form that constantly performs in all climates.
  • Moderate growing 4 to 6 ft. tall, 6 to 8 ft. wide.

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Cotoneaster Shrub Closeup

  • Year-round interest in one evergreen plant!
  • Drenched in white flowers in spring with dense green foliage in summer.
  • Red berries follow in autumn and will appear through winter.
  • A favorite of birds and butterflies!
  • Loves our Arizona sun and is very drought tolerant when established.
  • Reaches 8′ tall and wide.

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Winter Gem Boxwood down the drive
Winter Gem Boxwood
  • Excellent evergreen shrub for small hedges!
  • Among the hardiest of Boxwoods, with rich green foliage that acquires a golden bronze hue through winter, returning to green in spring.
  • Softens rock gardens and can tolerate full sun or even shady spaces.
  • Moderate growing 4 to 6 ft. tall and wide.

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  • This dense, low, spreading shrub is an excellent basic foundation planting for hedge, screen or border in a shaded or dappled-sun space.
  • Rich dark evergreen foliage backs scarlet berries that attract birds.
  • Versatile and durable and tolerates shearing well.
  • 4 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide.

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