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 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 - Cheer Drops

Cedar - Cheer Drops

Bright green fragrant foliage in a unique tear drop habit. Perfect for creating shorter, wider hedges and wind breaks, or as a specimen plant.

Cedar - Pyramidal

Cedar - Pyramidal

Narrow pyramidal, formal outline. Softtextured, bright green foliage. Good low-maintenance hedge or screen. Great as a specimen plant or for narrow hedges.

Cypress, Russian

Cypress, Russian

Deep green summer color that can fill the roughest toughest, driest, most gnarly areas of the landscape with a carpet of green.

Bog Rosemary - Bergy Bit

Bog Rosemary - Bergy Bit

Icy-blue green leaves combine with masses of small white bell-shaped flowers for dramatic effect. Mounding groundcover that is perfect plant for rock garden.

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 - Sienna Sunset

Cedar - Sienna Sunset

Striking colored foliage all year round on this compact grower. Golden in the summer and red tinges appearing in fall. Compact grower that maintains its spherical habit.

Euonymus - Emerald & Gold

Euonymus - Emerald & Gold

Large glossy leaves are rich green with vivid yellow borders

on this low growing evergreen. A distinctive addition to any landscape.

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 - American Pillar

Cedar - American Pillar

Very rapid growth rate, dense branching structure, and tall, narrow habit. Maintains this columnar shape with minimal pruning. Trouble free it holds its winter colour well.

Cedar - Europe Gold

Cedar - Europe Gold

Golden-green foliage grows in dense vertical sprays, turning a gorgeous bronze-gold in winter. Upright narrow conical habit, similar to that of an emerald.

Cedar - White

Cedar - White

Native white cedar often called hedging or swamp cedar, although prefers dry sites! Makes an excellent hedging plant that holds its colour well through winter and tolerates shearing well.

Heather - Kramer's Red

Heather - Kramer's Red

Low growing, compact evergreen shrub with bright green needle like leaves. Magenta red bell shaped flowers in late winter to early spring.