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    Burgundy Glow Privet Leaves stay on the plants until spring, and then it buds and new leaves pushes the old ones off. Burgundy Glow Privet is a spring bloomer and has delicate white flowers that give way to deep dark green glossy, dense foliage.

    Burgundy Glow Privet

    $14.99

    Burgundy Glow Privet is hardy in zones 2 through 9 The burgundy glow privet is a hearty cold-weather plant that will grow wonderfully in zones 2 through 9. It's often used as a privacy screen because of its dense nature. This particular Privet plant has...

  • California Privet Plants often topping out at about 12 feet, Regal Border privet is perfect for hedges and is suitable for people who want plants that are easy to care for. California Privet Plants often topping out at about 12 feet, Regal Border privet is perfect for hedges and is suitable for people who want plants that are easy to care for.

    California Privet Plants

    $14.99

    California Privet - Ligustrum Ovalifolium make excellent border plants The California Privet began as a species native to Japan and is now commonly found in the US. It is winter hardy in USDA zones five through eight. It can be used as a border around a...

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    Cedar Trees grows best planted in zones 5-8.
Cedar trees are large, upright evergreen trees.

    Cedar Tree

    $14.99

      Hardy Planting Zone - California incense cedar grows in zones 5 through 8 but is best in zones 6 and 7. Eastern red cedar grows in zones 3 through 9. Western red cedar grows best in zones 6 through 8  Bloom Season -...

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    Red Cedar Tree is  #1 Favorite old-fashioned Christmas Tree in the United States of America due  to their longevity and fragrance. 
Red Cedar Tree can live around 150 years and is a native species to North America and commonly found in the eastern states as well as southern Canada.

    Red Cedar Tree

    $14.99

    Red Cedar Tree is A massive tree with beautiful features. The red cedar tends to grow best in zones 3 through 9. These areas are located in the Pacific Northwest, especially in Washington and Oregon, where more rain tends to fall so that the tree can...

 Evergreens 

Evergreens are all the plants that have persistent foliage and can retain their leaves all-round the year. The plants have broadened and leathery leaves. The evergreens plants include flowers, shrubs, and trees such as rainforest trees, blue spruce, eucalyptus, live Oak, pine, red cedar, and cycads.

 Attributes of Planting Evergreens

  The majority of people choose plants according to soil adaptation and growth, irrespective of the weather conditions. Most people prefer evergreens because of their ability to grow in any landscape. Evergreen plants come with substantial benefits. The nutrients found on evergreen are full of foliage that offers protection on the trees' roots. They do not need many nutrients due to their ability to put out energy at the same time. Also, they separately grow their leaves. It allows them to look healthy when other plants are dead in harsh weather conditions such as winter.

 The Different Heights and Growth Patterns of Evergreens

  To determine the growth of evergreens plants, you must consider environmental factors such as climatic conditions, soil quality, water availability, and duration. The determinants of height include the importance of ecosystems, such as the storage capacity of carbon and animal diversity. Height growth starts from the seedling stage and declines as time goes by. A change in light and biotic effects will cause differences between the height and the diameter. Trees grown in favorable conditions with even distribution of nutrients grows faster.

 Reason to Buy Evergreens

  When it comes to beauty, quality, and time consumption, evergreen is worth an investment. You only plant once, and it will serve your garden throughout that year. Plants are not only important to human beings but also to wild animals. Some of the benefits of evergreen include

  Evergreen helps to get rid of any noise from other trees or highways. The movement of sound takes place in the air or wind. Evergreen, such as arbors, grow higher than your home or garden fence. The height enables the plants to absorb any unwelcome noise.

  You cannot compare the beauty of evergreen plants to other plants. During winter, trees shed their leaves, and the wind blew them away, but evergreen revives its leaves faster. The leaves retain color and beauty. It allows your garden to remain beautiful all year round.

  Evergreen trees like pine act as a windbreaker. They have a density that breaks cold winds from North West and snow, especially when planted in two rows. They protect our homes and properties from solid winds by moderating the strength of the wind. They also provide shelter to both human beings, birds, and animals. Simultaneously they act as a shelter for birds and sources of food for small animals. 

  Everybody enjoys breathing fresh air. The air boost moods and get rid of unwanted stress. Evergreen plants like Oak have fresh leaves that consistently provide a conducive atmosphere for the whole year.

 Summary

  You should consider evergreen plants such as trees, shrubs, or flowers to have a beautiful garden. The plants bring a lot of beneficial factors to your garden or home. It is also time-consuming and worth every penny spent.