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Synonyms for evergreen

a plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year

(of plants and shrubs) bearing foliage throughout the year


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In addition, the plants that have high visual quality were evergreen plants and their several compositions.
As a young gardener, I avoided evergreen plants like the plague, so distracted was I by the endless species and varieties of showy perennials," she says.
Evergreen plants, which include nearly all shrubs and ground covers found in Southern California gardens, as well as most of our trees, simply stop growing when they go dormant.
EVERGREEN plants with variegated leaves truly come into their own at this time of year.
Browse by category to efficiently find plants that fill a landscaping need or function; for example, choose the evergreen category to view all evergreen plants from each brand or sun-loving plants to view all sun-loving plants from each brand.
With regard to the leaf drop, although they are evergreen plants, camellias still periodically shed their old leaves.
The greatest amount of damage to evergreen plants like boxwoods, small hollies, azaleas, rhododendrons and other broad-leaved evergreens is "winter burn'' of foliage caused by the intense rays of the January and February sun shining on the leaves of plants whose roots are in frozen soil and so unable to replace the lost moisture.
Chairman CDA, Maroof Afzal said that CDA has commenced work on plantation of fruit, flower and evergreen plants at the entrances of Islamabad to further enhance its beauty.
The Chairman further directed to introduce beautiful species of colourful flowers and evergreen plants to Ankara Park to make it more beautiful and attractive.
While the soil is warm, plant rootballed evergreen plants dug up fresh from the nursery.
If this is your first time, I would recommend starting with some hardy evergreen plants that won't be destroyed by an early-morning frost.
While we may be wise to brush away the snow from our evergreen plants to prevent damage to the vibrant foliage and strains to the stems, we can get extra aesthetic value from our deciduous plants this season.
The origins of ground cover planting are also based on blocking out light to prevent the regeneration of weeds and, once you have comparatively clean ground, the use of dense planting of evergreen plants can be very successful.
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