A New Look Landscaping
It is best to plant shrubs in the Spring or Fall, but may be planted in the summertime or winter if proper irrigation is provided.
Burgandy Blast Loropetalum
Evergreen shrub with rich burgundy new foliage that matures to purple-green. Fringed hot pink flowers appear in abundance in spring.
Mexican Feather Grass
Perennial grass grows like a cascading fountain. The wiry, slender, hairlike leaves are green and silky in the spring and buff-colored during winter. Grass may go dormant in dry sites in summer and winter until rain returns.
Snow Indian Hawthorne
Evergreen compact, mounded shrub with large, dark green highly disease-resistant foliage that changes to dramatic, burgundy-red in cold weather. Clusters of pink buds to pale pink fading to white flowers.
Light green upright fronds spread by rhizomes into colonies. Excellent for foundation plantings, and under shade trees. Naturalizes with other understory natives in wild gardens. Full to part, wet or dry shade.
Yucca are notable for their rosettes of evergreen, tough, sword-shaped leaves and large terminal panicles of white or whitish flowers.
Chinese Fringe Loropetalum
Loropetalum chinesis 'Plum Delight' - Chinese red fringe flower is an evergreen shrub, with plum colored foliage much of the year.
Wintergreen Boxwood is an evergreen shrub best suited for use a a hedge or low growing border. Fairly small, oblong dark green leaves all year long
One of the most popular shrubs, evergreen, clean and hard to kill, is indispensable to anyone designing a colorful, low-maintenance landscape.