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Broadleaf evergreen

ANDROMEDA POL. BLUE ICE

Creeping small shrub with dense evergreen foliage, silvery blue. Small bell-shaped pink flowers in May-June, in small bunches. Small black berries appear in early fall. Use in association in borders with acidophilic plants or in rock gardens.

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ARCTOSTAPHYLLOS MASSACHUSSET

Creeping shrub with branches that take root when touching the ground. Broodleaf evergreen, lustrous green, turning green-red in winter. Small pinkish white flowers in spring. Smooth red edible berries in great number. Use as a ground cover, good naturalization of rocky areas.

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BUXUS GREEN GEM

Natural round shape shrub. Dense, evergreen foliage; small, green leaves. Prune in spring, if needed. Use to make low hedges, nice topiary and into garden of classical design. Can be grown in a container but for one season only. Does not tolerate dampness or highly humid areas.

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BUXUS GREEN MOUNTAIN

Small upright shrub with a pyramidal shape. Dense, darkgreen foliage, evergreen. If necessary, prune in spring. Use in rock gardens, edges or any garden with a classical design. Can be grown in a container but for one season only. Does not tolerate dampness or highly humid areas.

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BUXUS GREEN VELVET

Natural round shape shrub. Dense, evergreen foliage; small, dark green leaves. If necessary, pruning is done in spring. Use to make low hedges, nice topiary and into garden of classical design. Can be grown in a container but for one season only. Does not tolerate dampness or highly humid areas.

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BUXUS MONT BRUNO

Natural round shape shrub. Dense, evergreen foliage; small, green leaves.Trimming is useless but if necessary, it is done in spring. Can be used to make low hedges, nice topiary and into garden of classical design. Hardy boxwood introduced by Mr.André Poliquin from Saint-Bruno de Montarville, Qc. Will not tolerate dampness or highly humid areas.

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BUXUS SEMPERVIRENS GRAHAM BLANDY

Narrow, upright and columnar. Large dark green foliage. One of the narrowest growing of the boxwoods and easy to maintain. Good hedging plant or specimen for tight spaces.  

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BUXUS SEMPERVIRENS VARIEGATA

Small dark green leaves are bordered by an irregular creamy white variegation adding interest and color. Easily pruned into topiary shapes or a formal hedge. 

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CALLUNA VULG. ALLEGRO

Variety with dark red flowers. Ideal to accompany rhododendrons and acid-loving plants. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. Each spring, an application of acidic fertilizer is well recommended. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended. Should be planted in an area where snow accumulates easily and doesn't melt rapidly .

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COTONEASTER DAMM. STRIEB'S FINDLING

Low prostrate broadleafgreen evergreen. Foliage is dense, glossy green. Myriads of cute litlle white flowers in spring., followed by globular red berries, relished by birds. It needs a well drained soil and can tolerate drought. It should be protected for winter. Used as ground cover, in massing and overhanging low walls.

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