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    evergreen shrubs for landscaping | Swerving garden bed with evergreen shrubs, plants and accent rocks.

    evergreen shrub for corner of house - Bing Images

    Texas mountain laurel

    Snowball Viburnum Bush, deer proof

    KnockOut Roses

    The Only Shrubs You Need to Grow - every southern garden needs an oakleaf hydrangea! Easy to grow and beautiful.

    Shrubs - I would substitute some flowering ground cover for the low front area Lavender, cat mint, or phlox maybe

    Formula for a great foundation planting scheme: About 50 percent of the foundation bed's space should be evergreens, 25 percent deciduous and flowering shrubs, and 25 percent perennials. | Photo: Chris Cohan, RLA |

    creating a flowerbed: low things in front, focal point, something tall. This would be cute around a couple trees in the front yard if they are good for shade.

    Purple Shamrock - Best in shade as front-of-bed edging or ringing a shade shrub such as hydrangeas or rhododendrons. Also nice in a shady flower pot. Companion plants: Under Ferns, Cimicifuga or Variegated Solomon’s Seal.

    The Only Shrubs You Need to Grow

    Grand and Graceful

    Recycled Rubber Edge Border. Even If You Could Lay Bark Mulch In Perfect Circles Or Borders, It Would Soon Look Ragged Or Need Replenshing. These Mulch Mats Always Look Crisp, Because They Can't Be Scattered. Use Around Raised Beds, Walkways Or Foundation Plantings Mow Right Over It!

    Easy Front Yard Landscaping | Simple, low maintenance front yard landscaping for a new construction ...

    Texas sage

    Buddleia (Butterfly Bush) - Mixed - Shrub Buddleja davidii - These fragrant butterfly bushes in 3 fabulous colours will attract plenty of butterflies to the garden. The varieties: Royal Red, White Profusion and Empire Blue. Never seen this before.

    Potted plants for shady areas

    Little Henry Dwarf Virginia Sweetspire - Little Henry starts out the summer with a beautiful display of fragrant white flowers that blanket the shrub. In fall the foliage turns a stunning garnet-red. Perfectly suited for covering large banks, beds and borders.

    Rhododendron - Will this work for a foundation plant? Evergreen, flowers, low growing varieties.

    A front path to to west side of house?