Low Growing Evergreen Shrubs
Low growing evergreen shrubs add dense foliage and accent to garden. The Juniper Skandia is a semi spreading evergreen with green feathery foliage that has color over the winter. It is often used for foundation and mass border planting. Juniper Skandia is a tough evergreen shrub that tolerates poor soils. It produces blue berries from late spring to late winter. This low growing evergreen shrub is very adaptable to both dry and moist conditions, but it will not tolerate standing water. The Boxwood Truedwarf has dark green foliage and keeps its color during cold winters. This shrub is often used for hedges and foundation. This low growing evergreen shrub grows les stan 3 feet tall. It is round shape that resembles a cloud. The shrub requires sun to partial shade and thrives in well drained soil. Kalm St. Johnswort is a low growing mounded shrub with bright yellow flowers that grow half an inch in diameter. They bloom from July to mid August. Kalm St.Johnswort has deep blue green foliage and is excellent for border planting. This compac shrub is easy to grow. Its flowers bloom for about 6 weeks. Butterflies, bumblebees and other pollinators love its nectar. Bearberry is another low growing evergreen shrub that forms groundcover. It grows up to 12 inches tall and up to 4 feet wide. It has small glossy leaves and is not invasive. Bearberry has bell shaped daintly flowers that bloom in spring. Jew is a spreading evergreen that has short dark green needles and is hardy. It has a lovely form and in tolerant of summer heat and resistant to winter burn. It grows up to 4 inches tall and 6 feet wide. Yews are low growing evergreen shrubs that are widely used as accent, specimen and foundation plant. Low growing evergreen shrubs are often used as groundcovers, bank covers, mass plantings and hedges.