Leyland Cypress - an evergreen tree with thick foliage often used as a living privacy screen or windbreak.
Leylands have become a popular addition to home landscapes because they are fast growers, very adaptable to a variety
of soils and conditions. Grows best in full sun.
Giant Arborvitae - very similar to Leyland Cypress in growth rate and form, the Green Giant has
no significant insect or disease problems. It is resistant to deer, bagworms, ice and snow damage. It also is adaptable
to most any soil condition and has a superior root system. Grows best in full sun.
Cryptomeria (Japanese Cedar) - a graceful evergreen that can be used for screening or as a specimen tree. Older trees feature
ornamental reddish brown bark; foliage becomes bronze in the winter but returns to green
in the spring. A more shade-tolerant alternative to Leyland Cypress when used
for screening purposes. Grows best in full sun.
Southern Magnolia - the grand old tree of the South. An evergreen, flowering tree that features elegant dark green
leaves and large fragrant white flowers in late Spring/early Summer. Often used as a featured tree in the landscape. Grows
best in full sun.
Holly Tree - shade tolerant and can grow under larger trees, the American Holly is considered by many gardeners the finest tree-type evergreen holly.
Red berries contrast with its green foliage in winter. Can be used as a screen or specimen. Grows best in full sun but tolerates
Koehne Holly Tree - a fast-growing, pyramidal evergreen with glossy dark green foliage and large red fruit. Can be used
as a screen or specimen. These female hollies require a Koehne male plant to produce berries. Grows best in full sun but tolerates