Both prefer moist, cool, well-draining acidic soil. Ask at your local garden center for advice regarding your specific plant. I hope I’ve uncovered some really great options for the illusive medium-sized 5-6 foot evergreen shrubs that you can use in your landscape. Sets bright berries without a male pollenizer. A short and stout variety, October Magic Ruby grows a bit wider than it does high. Summers are backing hot and winters really cold made worse by strong winds. Your email address will not be published. Evergreen varieties include the leatherleaf viburnum (V. rhytidophyllum). Quick Tip: If you’re looking for narrow evergreen trees t o create privacy in a tight space, head over to this post for even more suggestions. Full Sun-Part Sun | Zones 3-8 | 4-5’H x 5-6’W. USDA zone 5 is defined by areas where winter temperatures average between minus 10 and minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit, such as Des Moines, IA, and Chicago, IL. Moderate growing up to 15 ft. tall and 6 ft. wide; larger with age. Elegant columnar selection with slender, uniform form and dense branching to the ground. Meanwhile, West Coast gardeners swear by the plant's landscape versatility, too. I am in the new zone 6 but last Winter we got -20 temps and tons of snow so I would not plant a hedge for Zone 6 as I don’t trust it. 5-6 foot size is the “sweet spot” for evergreen shrubs in the home landscape. Camellia shrubs blend beautiful blooms with tough evergreen leaves. Withstands heavy snow. Learn which plants thrive in your Hardiness Zone with our new interactive map! Reply Sheereen Othman December 5, 2016 at 3:17 pm. It can reach up to 20 feet high. What’s your favorite? If it’s not on the list I’d love to hear about it. grow too tall or need full sun conditions to be included here. The rosebay rhododendron (R. maximum) will grow up to 15 feet tall in full shade. You might also check out this companion post for more choices. Elegant, pyramidal form with burgundy spring foliage maturing to emerald-green. Which of these Zone 3-7 shrubs are salt tolerant? Let’s talk about some perfectly medium sized (5-6′) evergreen shrubs for your home landscape. Up to 14 ft. tall and 8 ft. wide. Item #6465 Year-round Interest, Thuja occidentalis 'Degroot's Spire' Hello! Item #6548 Excellent Windbreak, Juniperus scopulorum 'Medora' Quick Tip: If you like the Sunkist Arborvitae you may want to check out more narrow trees for small yards that pack a punch! —Justin, Monrovia Horticultural Craftsman, I am looking for the best eveergreen shrub/tree in an area that does freeze in the winter. pumilio), Sweet Tea Gardenia (Gardenia jasminoides ‘PIIGA-II’), August Beauty Gardenia (Gardenia jasminoides), ‘Valley Valentine’ Lily of the Valley (Pieris japonica ‘Valley Valentine’), ‘Sunkist’ Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘Sunkist’), Maney Juniper (Juniperus chinensis ‘Maneyi’), Dwarf Burford Holly (Ilex cornuta ‘Burfordii Nana’), Little Goblin® Red Holly (Ilex x ‘Little Red’). shrubs are popular landscape choices due to their showy, fragrant flowers that turn into colorful berries. Narrow evergreen trees are a must if you want privacy and year-round interest in a small garden or side yard. Tall enough to be a substantial backbone planting, but not too large that they dwarf your house and block all the natural light from your windows. Luckily, few are shade tolerant and hardy enough to deal with the cold. 5-6 foot evergreen shrubs for your landscape. North Carolina State University: Tree Index, Tree Care & Design: Best Privacy Screen Trees and Shrubs; Arbor Day Foundation; February 2011. Also we have alkaline clay soil and hot summers. Prized for its brilliant, silver-blue foliage, use for large-scale screening or a serious windbreak. Also, many communities have height restrictions for hedges as they do for fences. The Prague or Pragenese viburnum (Viburnum x pragense) is a rapidly growing hardy variety with pink buds that open to white flowers. (Many plants have a wide range of zones. Zone: 5 – 8 Lustrous, dark-green, puckered leaves and early spring pink buds that open to lightly fragrant, creamy white flowers. Spread more holiday cheer with these beautiful plants that can move from indoors to outdoors and in again, year after year. Are any of these harmful to our pets if they eat them? Full Sun-Part Sun | Zones 7-8 | 3-5’H x 3-5’W. Here are the top picks for unique, skinny evergreen trees. Up to 6 ft. tall and wide. Golden leaf tips of the pyramidal shaped ‘Sunkist’ Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘Sunkist’) absolutely glows in the landscape. The arbo vitae, north pole , which I am interested in . I’ve always found it pretty easy to find evergreens on the smaller size. I have limited space in a small yard and don’t want it taking over the yard. Combine it with other evergreens to create a living tapestry of year-round color. I live on the coast of NC. Item #5270 Narrow, Columnar Conifer, Picea glauca 'Densata' That 5-6 foot size is the “sweet spot” for evergreen shrubs in the home landscape. Two exceptions are the Swiss mountain pine (P. mugo) and the white pine (P. strobus). But, there seems to be this weird gap between the evergreen bushes that are too small to make an impact and the ones that are way too big to fit. I have purchased an existing property and for the two years I have worked diligently to control those weeds constantly coming from his yard. If you’re not in a huge hurry, consider this glossy green shrub for its narrow form and bright, berry-like cones. One of the favorites among the larger growing Gardenia varieties in southern regions due to its long flowering season and hardiness. Or use it as a cheery focal point in a mixed border. […] Dogwoods in front of an evergreen backdrop or at the edge of the water to amplify their impact. This hardy evergreen shrub has rich, deep green foliage on a dense upright to rounded plant. Stand by! Also known as lily-of-the-valley shrub, pieris is a slow grower, eventually reaching a mature size of 5-7 feet high and wide. Thank you for your kind attention. But the information that is missing is, “HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO REACH MAXIMUM HEIGHT.”. I am wire fencing to stop access to a two acre set of five walled gardens eventually but slow job five years on. First identify your goals. © 2020 Monrovia Nursery Company. The exposure is on the north side of the house in part sun. Evergreen trees vary a lot in how much cold they will take. The Catawba rhododendron (R. catawbiense) grows up to 10 feet high in half-shade. Full Sun-Part Sun | Zones 4-8 | 10-15’H x 4-5’W. ‘Little Red’ can be grown in full sun or partial shade and all hollies like well-drained soil with an acidic pH. Can you please tell me what tree is in he large picture at the beginning of this article, with 7-8 trees forming a screen in front of the house? It has shown an invasive tendency in some areas. Thuja occidentalis 'Art Boe' Plant Patent #22,174. Lustrous, dark-green, puckered leaves and early spring pink buds that open to lightly fragrant, creamy white flowers. Finding evergreen shrubs that will tolerate shady conditions in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zone 5 and can be planted as a privacy screen may seem like a difficult task.
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