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Evergreen Trees


Italian Cypress

Italian Cypress - Dense, narrow evergreen grows rapidly to 50 x 5 feet or more. Excellent accent tree. Full sun, good drainage, deep, infrequent water when established. Likes an acid food in spring and fall. Don’t crowd row plantings; wash foliage monthly to control spider mites. Tree, Evergreen.
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Blue Atlas Cedar

Blue Atlas Cedar-Slow growing conifer to 50 x 30 feet or more is an excellent shade tree for our climate. Deep rooted and drought tolerant, it is a majestic landscape accent. Give full to part sun and well-drained soil. Wash foliage monthly to keep it looking sharp. Evergreen, Tree.
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Mondell Pine

Mondell Pine-Superb desert pine with rapid growth to 50 x 15 feet or more. Hardy to 10 degrees. Thrives in heat, drought, wind and poor soil. Water deeply and infrequently. Regular fertilization not recommended. Use Ironite to improve color if needed. Evergreen, Tree.
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Holly Oak

Holly Oak- Tree, Multi Trunk and Low Branch varieties available. Grows moderately to 40 x 30 feet or more and blends well with any landscape. Best with full sun, amended soil, good drainage and deep, infrequent water when established. Prune for form and control; virtually pest free. Fertilize with Dr. Q’s Tree, Shrub and Vine Food (Std. Tree form) Evergreen, Tree.
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Austrian Black Pine

Austrian Black Pine-Tough, cold-tolerant pine grows slowly to 40 feet. Good landscape accent or windbreak in cooler areas. Full sun, amended soil with good drainage, deep, infrequent water when established. Fertilize in early spring. Evergreen, Tree.
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Southern Live Oak

Southern Live Oak-Tree, Multi Trunk and Low Branch varieties available. Sturdy, adaptable tree grows moderately to 40 feet or more; has a broad, spreading crown. Prefers amended soil, good drainage and deep, infrequent water when established. Good accent in many landscapes. Fertilize with Dr Q’s Tree, Shrub and Vine Food in February, May and September. Evergreen, Tree.
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Wilson Olive

Wilson Olive Tree-Essentially fruitless and mostly pollen-less variety to 20 x 20 feet or more makes an excellent traditional or dry landscape accent or street tree. Good performer in heat, wind and poor soil. Give deep, infrequent water when established. Evergreen, Tree.
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Glossy Privet Tree

Glossy Privet Tree-Excellent round-headed patio or landscaped tree to 20 x 10 feet or more. Takes full to part sun, amended soil with good drainage and deep, infrequent water when established. Feed with shrub or tree food in March, May and September. Prune to shape and keep neat. Evergreen, Tree.
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Arizona Rose Wood

Arizona Rosewood - Decorative, upright shrub to 15 x 10 feet with clusters of white flowers in summer. An excellent alternative to oleander; great as a tall hedge screen or accent. Full sun, any well-drained soil, deep, infrequent water when established, little desert plant fertilizer. Shrub, Evergreen.
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Wichita Blue

Wichita Blue Juniper-Beautiful silver blue pyramid to 15 feet makes a great landscape accent or screen. Shorter substitute for Italian Cypress. Full sun, amended soil, good drainage and deep, infrequent water when established. Avoid pruning and wash foliage to stop spider mites. Evergreen, Shrub.
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Blue Atlas Weeping Cedar

Blue Atlas Weeping Cedar - grows 10-15 feet in height. It is an evergreen conifer that adorns the garden with soft, silvery blue needles around twisted branches that arch toward the ground
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Carolina Cherry

Compact Carolina Cherry-Denser variety to 10 x 10 feet or more, makes a good formal accent or clipped hedge. Does best with afternoon shade, rich, well drained soil and moderate summer water. Leave natural or prune to shape. Use chelated iron to combat chlorosis and don’t overwater. Evergreen, Tree.
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