Low Evergreen Shrubs
Low evergreen shrub is a good choice for the landscape of your garden. They can keep your backyard green and colorful in winter times when deciduous plants have lost all of their leaves and flowers. Some evergreen shrubs can produce beautiful flowers which can add some extra color for your winter garden. Generally low shrubs can be cultivated as the border of your yard which can protect the cover plants in the garden.
Barberis is a commonly used low-lying shrub for the gardening purposes. You do not need to spend too much time on it and they can grow happily in most gardening environment. They can tolerate clay soil and shaded areas which are impossible to survive for some shrubs. Their yellow blooming can add some extra color for you winter garden. The height of common barberis is up to 4 feet and has dense green foliage covering on the top.
Rosemarinus can be another choice for maintaining an evergreen garden although it is generally used in a normal garden. This type of low-lying shrub likes to grow in a place with adequate sunlight and well-drained soil. It can flower blue blooming in winter times to decorate your backyard. This type of shrub is suitable for warm climate and it can grow up to 4 feet in height.
Other low level evergreen shrubs include Ceanothus, Burmese plumbago and Wall germander. Most of them need very little maintenance and can tolerate drought and hot areas. The can be planted as a good part in your back garden.
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