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Gold Mop Cypress Evergreen shrub with bright gold thread-like foliage. It's two to three foot height and two to three foot width give it a nice mounded shape. Excellent color year round. Starting at $24 (2 gal.)

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Evergreen Viburnum Shrubs | Evergreen Shrub Viburnum » Viburnum plicatum tomentosum Shasta

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Purple Diamond Loropetalum is a great evergreen low growing shrub.  It is different than the most common loropetalums because of its low growth habit and redder color.  It also is covered in red flowers in spring.

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Groundcovers That Stay Green

Although deer will eat almost any plant if they're hungry, they tend to leave Celtic Pride Siberian cypress alone. This evergreen shrub grows 1 to 3 feet tall and spreads 48 to 60 inches Find groundcovers that stay green in winter with the experts at HGTV Gardens.

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Top 8 Great Small Evergreen Shrubs

Top 8 Great Small Evergreen Shrubs More

Skimmia japonica "Rubella" A great evergreen shrub for shady areas with showy flower buds and white fragrant flowers.

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10 Best Small Evergreen Shrubs

10 Best Small Evergreen Shrubs: Flowering and Foliage - EnkiVillage

Green Velvet retains the upright, rounded shape you'd expect from a boxwood on it's own, with little to no pruning from you. This evergreen shrub boasts deep green, glossy leaves year round. - Buy 6 1-gallon plants for $28.85 each @ http://www.brighterblooms.com/

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Euonymus Dwarf Winged 'Burning Bush - Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Adaptable shrub which tolerates a wide range of soils except for wet, poorly-drained ones. Also tolerates considerable shade. Strong, branching growth habit enables plant to tolerates heavy pruning. But healthy growth does NOT depend on regular pruning, so in most cases, your shrubs will look best if left alone.

Evergreen Viburnum - A dense, compact shrub with pointed green leaves edged with creamy yellow. Virburnum has clusters of red flowers in late winter and spring.

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