This vinelike shrub boasts glossy, rich green foliage with a creamy white border on semi-upright stems. Use in a container or as an evergreen ground cover. It can be trained to climb a structure but will need to be tied for support. Pinch growing tips to encourage branching and prune regularly to grow as a shrub.
Small leaves emerge rich bronze, mature to green and return to bronze in the fall and winter. Small white flowers bloom in late spring or early summer and give way to red holly-like berries that persist throughout winter. This compact, tidy shrub is ideal as a low hedge or foundation planting.
An excellent grass for the landscape, as a screen or at water's edge. Broad, arching, apple green and deep yellow blades surround gold, feathery plumes that emerge on six foot stems in the fall. A striking complement to large-leaved plants or combined with berrying shrubs and evergreens.
Richly colored foliage emerges a brilliant red and matures to green in the fall. Compact size makes it a perfect low hedge or as an accent to entryways in foundation plantings. Adds fantastic color and texture to small or large plantings.
This Plum Yew is the South’s answer to English Yews! With a slightly upright, vase-like growth habit, it is heat tolerant, drought resistant, and shade loving. Use where ever a low growing hedge is needed. Prune to shape in early spring .
Bright yellow, long-lasting flowers top slender, soft, bamboo-like foliage in early winter. The blooms are followed by blue-black berries that also remain on the plant for a long time. Perfect as a foundation planting but also lovely in a large container or in the border.
Orange blossom-scented flowers are displayed on dense, variegated foliage on this tough, evergreen shrub. Makes a great hedge and is perfect in foundation plantings. It is also salt tolerant, making it a wonderful addition to coastal gardens.
A tall, slim holly that grows to an average of 20 feet high by only three feet wide. Lush, glossy evergreen leaves help show off brilliant red berries in the winter. Pruning isn't necessary but can be done in the winter if desired.
Oakland™ holly has distinctive oak-shaped leaves that emerge bronzy and turn to bright green in summer and produces lots of bright, orangey red berries. The dense, pyramidal shape needs no pruning to maintain its shape. Makes an excellent screen or accent.