Usually known as lush trees that continuously produce leaves, when they shed, it’s not by much and not all at the same time. Evergreens offer a variety of types, including plants and shrubs, ideal for landscaping. We take pride in offering the best selections of trees and plants to meet your needs, along with recommendations and advice to ensure they last for years to come.
When landscaping, having the right plants and trees complement your region and look makes a difference. Landscaping has many benefits, such as preserving your carbon footprint, managing soil pollution, cleaner air, cooling areas, water management, sustainability, protecting structures, and adding value to the landscaped area.
Our Northern Privet plants are one of our specialties. It is a dense evergreen plant, also known as a shrub, that withstands high heat. Due to its growth ability, this plant is often used for hedges and landscaping. In some areas, privet plants can grow up to 10 feet tall. Known for blossoming white flowers in the spring, this plant is ideal because it adapts to most climates. Once planted, it needs little maintenance.
We also specialize in pine trees. Our pines include the Loblolly Pine, Virginia Pine, Pitch Pine, Eastern Cedar, and Shortleaf Pine. Each one is unique in its own right and can work in different environments. Learn more:
The Loblolly pine is one of our evergreen trees that is tall. Also called the North Carolina or Arkansas pine, you’ll find long, thin green-yellow or dark green needles on the branches with scaly bark as its trademark. The tree also bears brown, prickly cones between 3 and t6 inches. You’ll usually find this tree up north along the wetlands or rivers. This pine tree is considered high in value for wood used for timber, mulch, and pulp.
The Loblolly also grows from 70 to 90 feet tall and can be grown in areas not native to the tree. These trees can live for over a couple of centuries. It’s sold as yellow pine, with many uses. Most people don’t realize this tree provides products such as paper, lumber, crates, fence posts, and plywood. Versatile, fast-growing, and valuable, they are also used to provide privacy in landscaping. Many consider this the premier pine in the U.S.
This evergreen conifer is beautiful and often used for landscaping large areas. Common along the East Coast, they are also used as Christmas trees in the south. These trees range from 15 to 40 feet high. Before they mature, it has a pyramid shape until it matures. As the tree ages, the limbs get longer, but the branches may look rugged.
Virginia pine is also called scrub pine because of the way it looks. It is also called a Jersey pine because the trees usually grow around New Jersey and the southern part of New York. This tree bears cones and comes in groups of two or four.
Other evergreen tree selections include the Eastern Cedar Tree, one of the most widely distributed trees in the U.S. Also known as the Eastern Red Cedar Tree, the tree is considered a pioneer in the tree industry. This tree provides privacy and can be easily planted in the sun or shade. Many different types of soil can also be used when growing.
The Pitch Pine Tree reaches about 40 feet high, but in the right conditions, it can be found to be over 100 feet tall. This tree is native to eastern Canada and the northern U.S. states. These thrive when planted during the springtime. These trees take between 20 and 30 years to mature. The Pitch Pine tree produces 2-inch cones, but they usually stay on the tree for many years.
The Shortleaf Pine Tree is a slender, attractive, needled evergreen that can grow up to 100 feet. The branches on the tree are slender, with needles on the branches. In the spring, the tree blooms with flowers. It is also called the Shortstraw Pine and Southern Yellow Pine. It is prevalent for creating pulpwood and timber. With the ability to grow in different soil types, this evergreen is versatile.
The needles are 2.5 to 4 inches long and come in two clusters, whereas the Loblolly’s clusters come in three groups. The Shortleaf pine is also used for plywood veneer, paper, and framing on doors or windows and is resistant to the ice at cold temperatures.