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Evergreen Hedges

Plant evergreen trees as hedges or use as border plants

They are thick and dense and serve as a barrier wall that can’t easily be passed through. Evergreens, when used for hedges are excellent for wind breaks in open spaces where damaging winds threatens storage buildings, lawn and patio furniture and other garden or year fixtures.

Evergreen hedges make great noise reducers

If you live by a busy street or near very loud neighbors, evergreen hedges are wonderful for blocking out noise.

Evergreen trees, if planted 1-2 meters (4-6 feet) apart will enclose your pool area where no one can see. What an enjoyment it would be to be secluded from the public eye while swimming & sun bathing.

Boxwood hedge and taxus cones
Boxwood hedge

Evergreen hedges also provide beauty all year long

When all other trees and plants have lost their leaves in fall and winter and your landscaping looks bare, evergreen trees stay beautiful year round.

  • American Holly
  • Boxwood
  • Burning Bush
  • California Privet
  • Canadian Hemlock
  • English Boxwood
  • Hemlock
  • Leyland Cypress
  • Loblolly Pine
  • Pine Tree Yellow
  • Privet Hedge Shrub
  • Red Cedar
  • Spruce Evergreen Tree
  • Virginia Pine
  • White Pine
  • Winter Green Boxwood