Large Evergreen Trees (over 20 feet)
Tagged as: Evergreens
These trees can reach heights of 80 feet, and most hold their needles year-round, providing seasonal color in winter. Many are dense, offering a screen or privacy, and windbreak. Besides green, evergreens can be silver-blue, blue-green, and yellow-green. Some have colorful fruits and buds as well. Consider the height and growth rate of these trees before planting. Many of these trees are aromatic, and provide shelter for birds and wildlife.
- Low-Growing Evergreen Shrubs 99%
The fine-textured foliage and formal silhouette of Buxus 'Glencoe', Chicagoland Green™ boxwood, offers an important year-round structural element to any landscape Generally grow less than 4 feet tall Include cone-bearing plants with...
- Pruning Evergreens 98%
Evergreen refers to a group of plants that retain their foliage during winter. Most evergreens have a strong central branch leader, which requires little pruning except to control plant height, increase the density of branching, or to shear into...
- Seasonal Needle Drop 98%
DESCRIPTION: Every year, evergreens experience a seasonal needle drop that is a normal part of the plant's cycle. Needles of conifers have varying life spans and do not remain attached indefinitely to the tree. Many evergreen needles, as they...
- Intermediate Sized Evergreens (6-20 feet) 97%
Growing 6-20 feet tall, they retain foliage year-round, and soften structural edges around foundations, under windows, at corners, or against walls. Like mid-sized shrubs, they create structure and depth in mixed plantings, and provide backdrop for...
- Low Growing Evergreens (generally less than 6 feet) 97%
Generally growing less than 6 feet, these shrubs screen unwanted objects and views all year, can be used to stabilize slopes or embankments, and add color to winter landscapes. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from mounded to upright to...