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Evergreens

A great addition to any garden, evergreens add winter interest and are commonly used in both borders and for hedging.

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Bearberry

Bearberry

Dainty nodding shell pink, bell shaped flowers adorn the ends of the branches in mid spring. Abundance of magnificent red berries from late summer to late fall. Evergreen. Also known as Kinninnick. Native to Ontario and most of Canada.

Boxwood - Green Velvet

Boxwood - Green Velvet

Rich glossy evergreen foliage that holds its color well in summer and winter adorns this round full bodied variety. Excellent choice for low hedges and foundation plantings.

Cedar - Emerald

Cedar - Emerald

Perfectly pyramidical bright green cedar that does not have to be sheared to hold its shape. Makes an excellent hedging plant that holds its colour well through winter.

Cedar - Thin Man

Cedar - Thin Man

Great choice for screens and to define property lines where the width of most cedars would pose a problem. Thin man naturally grows narrow and tall and can be sheared down to make a very thin hedge.

Cotoneaster - Bearberry

Cotoneaster - Bearberry

Wonderful prostate evergreen ground cover with trailing branches , white flowers in May and striking red berries in the fall and winter.

Hemlock, Eastern

Hemlock, Eastern

Dense, pyramidal evergreen noted for having the small needles and cones. Flat sprays of lacy evergreen foliage give this tree a graceful form. Lower branches often dip toward the ground. Thick and ridged bark on mature trees is red-brown to gray-brown.

Juniper - Blue Rug

Juniper - Blue Rug

Silvery blue foliage takes on a slight purple tinge during winter months. Very flat growing with long trailing branches reaching up to 8 feet.

Leucothoe, Drooping - Rainbow

Leucothoe, Drooping - Rainbow

Celebrates a carousel of colour: pinkish copper-hued new growth, rosy red stems and long evergreen leaves that are irregularly speckled in cream, green and ivory. White bell shaped flowers appear in mid spring.

Pine - Dwarf Mugo

Pine - Dwarf Mugo

Dwarf Mugo Pine is a low-growing, spreading pine. Nice dark green, stiff needles that are 2-3 inches long. Great for bonsai & rock gardens.

Rhododendron -  Olga Mezitt

Rhododendron - Olga Mezitt

Boasting an abundant floral displays of dome-shaped trusses of about 12 clear pink flowers in late spring. Each slightly fragrant bloom features inconspicuous golden green blotches that age to reddish-brown.

Boxwood - Green Gem

Boxwood - Green Gem

Rich glossy evergreen foliage holds its color well in summer and winter. This compact boxwood grows into a globe.

Cedar - Degroots Spire

Cedar - Degroots Spire

Striking accent plant with a narrow, columnar form and rich green twisted foliage. It retains its attractiveness with age.

Cedar - Fire Chief

Cedar - Fire Chief

A dwarf, rounded, evergreen, shrub, with dense sprays of feathery bright gold foliage in spring, turning sage green and topped with red tips in the fall.

Cedar, Globe - Hetz Midget

Cedar, Globe - Hetz Midget

Rich green needles are arranged in flat layered sprays. Compact, dense, globe shaped growth habit. Very adaptable, tough, durable plant.

Daphne, Dwarf - Lawrence Crocker

Daphne, Dwarf - Lawrence Crocker

A low mounding evergreen shrub. It bears large clusters of soft lavender pink flowers with the most intoxicatingly sweet and pleasant fragrance during late spring and early summer. Dark green glossy leaves.

Holly - Blue Prince

Holly - Blue Prince

Compact densely branched habit. Small white flowers in early spring. This variety is evergreen. This male selection does not produce berries but is needed to pollinate up to six blue princess holly bushes.

Juniper - Blue Star

Juniper - Blue Star

Dwarf juniper with dense steel blue foliage. Ideal for rick gardens or bonsai.

Lingonberry - Red Candy

Lingonberry - Red Candy

Fantastic edible evergreen groundcover with small dark green glossy leaves. New growth in spring is tinged with red & orange. Selffertilizing, Fruit is ripe in late fall

Pine,  Eastern White

Pine, Eastern White

Noted for its beauty, height, and historical significance. This soft, five needled pine is extremely hardy, and will tolerate fully exposed conditions.

Rhododendron - Boursault

Rhododendron - Boursault

Large bell-shaped trusses of lavender flowers with occasional reddish brown markings provide a spectacular display in the spring!

Boxwood - Green Mountain

Boxwood - Green Mountain

This larger growing variety has rich glossy evergreen foliage that holds its color well in summer and winter. Excellent choice for hedges, pyramids and topiary’s. Can be sheared into any shape.

Cedar - Eastern Red

Cedar - Eastern Red

Pyramidal in form. Brown bark exfoliates in strips adding interest to the landscape. Makes an excellent windbreak and is easily sheared. Extremely tough juniper that grows well in rocky dry areas. Native to Ontario & Quebec.

Cedar - Rheingold

Cedar - Rheingold

Golden, lacy foliage of ‘Rheingold' attracts your attention. New growth in spring is an intense yellow, which turns greenish with yellow overtones in summer and finally a rich, bronze yellow in winter.

Christmas Fern

Christmas Fern

Forms a fountain-like clump featuring leathery, lance-shaped, evergreen fronds.

Fir, Fraser

Fir, Fraser

Dark green flat needles have rounded tips and a silvery underside, cones stand upright and turn pink as they ripen.

Holly - Blue Princess

Holly - Blue Princess

Compact densely branched habit. Small white flowers in early spring. This variety is evergreen. This female selection produces copious amounts of dark red berries to be enjoyed in fall and winter

Juniper - Lime Glow

Juniper - Lime Glow

Splendid vase shaped mound of brilliant chartreuse, feathery, scale-like foliage on this dwarf evergreen. In winter the foliage turns shades of copper-bronze, orange & purple.

Pieris - Mountain Fire

Pieris - Mountain Fire

Long-lasting, rich-red new growth and fragrant, creamy-white/pink dangling urn-shaped flowers in early spring. New growth emerges fire-red and fades to green.

Rhododendron -  Grandiflorum

Rhododendron - Grandiflorum

Beautiful clusters of large, long-lasting, lilac-purple trumpet-shaped flowers with lightly speckled throats on an attractive, vigorous evergreen shrub with dense, deep green foliage.

Rhododendron - Nova Zembla

Rhododendron - Nova Zembla

A profusion of large, bright, rosy red flowers in spring. Extremely cold hardy and one of the easiest rhododendrons to grow. Does best in dappled shade.

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