Some popular dwarf evergreen trees include Alberta blue, dwarf blue subalpine fir, and "Feelin’ Blue" deodar cedar. Alberta blue is a smaller version of the popular larger Alberta blue spruce. It grows to a height of 5 t... More »

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Although no plant is completely off limits to deer, some evergreen shrubs and trees are unappealing to deer. The Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, or NJAES, rates some plants as "rarely damaged" by deer... More »

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Remove damaged and dead branches. Remove diseased branches by making thinning cuts bellow the diseased area. Never prune the trunk. This results in the growth of multiple weaker leaders prone to snow and wind damage. If ... More »

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A dwarf Japanese holly is a solid evergreen shrub with tiny oval leaves that grows to a height of approximately 30 inches and spreads to about 18 inches, according to the Chalet Nursery. When planted near a male bush, th... More »

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A dwarf ixora is a flowering evergreen shrub, popular in South Florida for gardens or tropical beds in both informal and formal landscape designs. It produces lush, gorgeous flowers most of the year, and is compact and e... More »

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Trees used for lumber include oak, maple, birch, cherry, walnut, pine, redwood, hemlock, fir and spruce. These trees are classified as hardwood or softwood; hardwood typically consists of deciduous trees. More »

Evergreen trees such as pine, fir and spruce retain their foliage throughout all seasons, while deciduous trees such as oak and maple lose their foliage completely during the winter. The live oak and rhododendron are eve... More »

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