Evergreen Landscape Front Yard
Japanese Maple, spirea, and driftwood accent OR Burning bush, spirea compact blue spruce (my selection)
Boxwood. We had one of these in my front yard growing up, too. I loved to touch it and feel the fluffiness of it, and I loved watching it grow each year.
Junipers, holly, boxwood and boxleaf euonymous give this river rock, beach pebble and boulder rock garden a rugged and sturdy design feel
Arizona Cypress Blue Ice – This brilliant ice blue cypress would be a dramatic addition any landscape! Fast growing and happy here in the south!!
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The Appeal of the Weeping Mulberry – View From The Front Porch
Lomandra Longifolia Tanika Lomandra Tanika is a hardy Australian native evergreen with shiny green strap leaves and yellow flower spikes that come out in Spring. This plant is very hardy and has even been called by some as close to indestructible. Tanika is versatile, and can be planted in a position of full sun to heavy shade. Drought tolerant. Great as a landscaping plant.
Green Velvet Boxwood is a great low maintenance evergreen plant. for side of the house More
Slender Hinoki False Cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Gracilis’) Meet the evergreen tree that’s suitable for any size yard. This slender beauty grows to 15 feet with a spread of only 5 feet. The arching branches offer an elegant appearance, especially with the drooping tips