Evergreen Shrubs

Post# A544800 · Hiawatha, Kansas · Posted by: rayaustin321

When the temperature gets colder, plants are unable to draw liquid water from the soil. Many evergreen shrubs have tightly wrapped leaves or needles that do not dry out. Junipers, globe spruce and arborvitae have been popular as foundation plantings for many years. One of the most popular evergreen shrubs in recent times is the boxwood.

**Jim Dandy Winterberry http://www.grimmsgardens.com/product-category/shrubs-evergreen/ - Evergreen Shrubs:**

Jim Dandy Winterberry is a great shrub that can have many different uses in your landscape. This is typically a moderate sized shrub, around 6 feet tall and 8 feet wide. The winterberry holly’s are plants with either male or female flowers, with the female plants producing berries and the male plants pollinating them. The Jim Dandy is a male plant, and is great for pollinating female plants. It has many good qualities, without having any berries. It has small, relatively undistinguished flowers, but they stay around for weeks, providing a long pollinating time for the female plants. The foliage is small, 2 to 3 inches long. It is oval to elliptical in shape with slightly serrated edges. The leaves are glossy with a dark green color in the growing season, changing to colors from purplish to yellow in the fall. Overall, this is a beautiful shrub on its own and is a great pollinator for the female winterberry shrubs.

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