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Broadleaf Evergreens


Azalea ‘Stewartstonian’

Stewartstonian Azalea

Blanketed in stunning clusters of lightly-scented tomato orange trumpet-shaped flowers at the ends of the branches in mid spring before the leaves...

Broadleaf Evergreens

Azalea x ‘Karen’

Karen Azalea

Rich lavender-purple hose-in-hose flowers on a vigorous, upright plant. Foliage turns a brilliant burgundy in the fall...

Broadleaf Evergreens

Buxus microphylla ‘Golden Triumph’

Golden Triumph Boxwood

Shiny green foliage with showy golden-yellow margins. This slow grower works well in foundation plantings, or to create a unique pattern or framework in a formal garden. Performs well in the heat...

Broadleaf Evergreens

Cotoneaster procumbens ‘Gerald’

Little Dipper® Cotoneaster

A very fine, low growing, thick matted plant with white flowers in spring and red berries in late summer. Its dense, low habit makes it less prone to catching leaves...

Broadleaf Evergreens

Cotoneaster x ‘Hessei’

Hesse Cotoneaster

Deciduous horizontally-branched mounding shrub. Lustrous green leaves turn to rich burgundy in fall. Pinkish-red flowers and large red berries. Very hardy. Excellent as a border or groundcover...

Broadleaf Evergreens

Daphne x Burkwoodii

Burkwood Daphne

One of the easiest Daphnes to grow. The white flowers fade to pink. In warmer climates, it is semi-evergreen to evergreen. Use in borders, around foundations or at woodland's edge...

Broadleaf Evergreens