Thuja Green Giant

Thuja green giants belong to the group of evergreens called conifers. Conifers do not have flowers but produce cones instead.

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The green columnar juniper is a durable evergreen that offers a perfect privacy screen for areas where other evergreens won’t thrive.

Green Columnar Juniper

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The Leyland Cypress is a fast growing privacy hedge that can grant you a secluded retreat. It is one of the most common fast growing evergreen trees in the United States

Emerald Green Arborvitae

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The redtwig dogwood is an attractive year-round shrub that can reach a mature height of three to twelve feet tall

Redtwig dogwood

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Lo and Behold Butterfly Bush

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If you are looking for the best bushes for front yard or lawns, consider planting a butterfly bush

American Holly does not require a lot of trimming or pruning and is resistant to pests and diseases.

American Holly

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White Panicle Hydrangeas are best for smaller gardens in cold areas. They have a large rounded clump of stunning white flowers

White Panicle Hydrangea

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The Dwarf Burning Bush is a deciduous shrub that matures compactly

Dwarf Burning Bush

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Mosquito Deterring Shrub

European Pennyroyal is a plant that is scientifically known as Mentha pulegium. It also belongs to in the mint family and is one of the most common

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In autumn, the green leaves turn to beautiful burgundy red. The blooms group together in flat clusters, of about two to four inches wide, which gives way to small fruits that bear seeds.

Doublefile Viburnum

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