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Evergreen ornamental shrubs

Barberry

Barberry Ganepena - Berberis gagnepainii. Upright up to 1.5 m tall, with yellow flowers (appear in June), blue berries.

Barberry Juliana - Berberis julianae. Fast-growing shrub, up to 2 m tall, reddish-yellow flowers, appear in late May and June.

Barberry Wilson - Berberis wilsoniae. Densely growing, low - up to 1 m tall, golden-yellow flowers, appear in May-June, coral fruits.

Barberry Juliana (Berberis julianae)
Barberry Juliana (Berberis julianae)

The three above-mentioned plants are species of evergreen barberry. They do not impose special requirements on the soil, but should be protected from the wind whenever possible. To avoid possible damage in winter, plants are watered abundantly in late autumn. They look very good in the garden, around a seating area or on a rocky slope surrounded by low soft shrubs, heather and tender grasses.

Boxwood evergreen

Boxwood evergreen- Buxus sempervirens. This ornamental plant can grow into a very beautiful bushy shrub when planted with a well-developed seedling. The strong-growing species of boxwood var. semperoirens (formerly B. s. var. arborescens), specimens from 5 to 8 m in height are often found.Box grows very slowly, if desired, you can suspend its growth or give it a somewhat compressed shape, since it tolerates even the strongest pruning, often hedges from it were shaped like pyramids, balls and even animals. Boxwood needs enough moist soil, but temporary dryness does not harm it. Shade-tolerant and tolerates the root pressure of taller trees well, therefore it is very convenient for small fenced gardens, shady front gardens. B. S. angustifolia has narrow leaves of the color of fresh greenery. B. S. var. syffruticosa - poorly growingdwarf form of boxwood, used for garden decoration.

Boxwood evergreen (Buxus sempervirens)
Boxwood evergreen (Buxus sempervirens)

Early broom

Early broom - Cytisus praecox. This shrub, which grows up to 2 m, is an unusual arboreal crop: its small nondescript leaves fall off early, but dense, partly beautifully hanging branches remain green all year round. In May, many bright yellow, moth-like flowers emerge with a pungent odor. Gorse prefers light sandy soils. Photophilous. In winter, the plant may be damaged. Gorse, even after strong pruning, sprouts again.

Early broom (Cytisus praecox)
Early broom (Cytisus praecox)

Fortune's eonymus

Forchun's euonymus, variegated - Euonymus fortunei. var. vegetus. This tree crop is often used to form trellises and grows upright. A very beautiful plant with hanging bunches of red fruits. Does not impose special requirements on soils, shade-tolerant, tolerates sunlight well.

Forchun's euonymus, variegated (Euonymus fortunei.var.vegetus)
Forchun's euonymus, variegated (Euonymus fortunei.var.vegetus)

Butcher

Butcher - Ruscus. Under favorable conditions in an area with humid air, it grows tall. The skin-like leaves are covered with thorny teeth, the upper surface of which is a shiny dark green, the lower one is matte light green. Flowers are inconspicuous. Of great decorative value are coral stone fruits the size of peas, which remain on the branches until deep winter. Unfortunately, not all plants bear fruit equally well. In humid climates, it adapts to sunny areas, but it develops best in partial shade, under the thin crown of tall trees. Separately or, if space permits, in small groups (2-3 specimens), the planted plants will be a wonderful decoration for any garden.

Butcher (Ruscus)
Butcher (Ruscus)

Rhododendron

Rhododendron ketevba- Rhododendron catawbiense. These "alpine roses" are the result of painstaking work of breeders. Depending on the variety, it has a height of 1 to 2 (less often 3) m. Plants prefer acidic soils, rich in humus and do not tolerate calcareous soils. But they also develop well on light sandy soils, beforehand, organic fertilizers are applied to such a site in the form of compost or humus, or a stale litter of needles. In addition, we recommend applying fertilizers that are rich in nutrients, but without lime. In an area with a dry climate, it is necessary to select a site for the plant under the shade of trees growing at a distance, such as, for example, pine, birch, mountain ash; on flower beds dug in an open area, it is better not to plant it. The soil under the rhododendron will be planted with low plants (in the shade it is a hoof, periwinkle),different types of heather are placed between its groups in a place illuminated by the sun's rays. We advise you to water the plant with settled rainwater.

Rhododendron catawbiense (Rhododendron catawbiense)
Rhododendron catawbiense (Rhododendron catawbiense)

Caucasian Rhododendron - Rhododendron caucasicum 'Cunninghams White' - a variety of rhododendron, very early - in early May - blooms, white flowers. A very hardy plant, much more unpretentious than all other varieties, short, can grow in a sunny place. R. Catoubiense is a variety with large flowers, white, pink, red, purple or purple. Flowering time - end of May, June. A real alpine rose - Rhododendron ferrugineum and rusty rhododendron from the Alps - Rhododendron hirsiituin grow only from 50 to 80 cm in height. They thrive on rocky soils.

Caucasian rhododendron (Rhododendron caucasicum)
Caucasian rhododendron (Rhododendron caucasicum)

Yellow rhododendron - Rhododendron luteum (synonym for Rhododendron flavum, Azalea pontica) and Japanese Rhododendron - Rhododendron Japonicum (synonym for Azaiea mollis) are summer azaleas with yellow, orange or yellowish-pink flowers that appear before crown formation, often already at the end of April. Although these crops are not evergreens, they are shown here because their soil and climatic requirements are generally the same as those of evergreens.

Rhododendron yellow (Rhododendron luteum)
Rhododendron yellow (Rhododendron luteum)

Rhododendron hybrid - Rhododendron X praccox and Rhododendron pointed - Rhododendron mucronulatiim - two summer species of rhododendron with small flowers that appear in March, form beautiful decorative compositions together with snow heather and witch hazel.

Rhododendron spiky (Rhododendron mucronulatum)
Rhododendron spiky (Rhododendron mucronulatum)

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