Cedar trees, canary pine trees and Japanese blueberry trees are fast-growing evergreen trees for warmer climates. Cedar trees are hardy and tolerant of heat and poor soil. The bark is dark red and the tree grows vertical... More »

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Fast-growing evergreen shrubs include the non-flowering Green Velvet Boxwood and the flowering Longwood Blue Mist Shrub. Each shrub's foliage is low-maintenance, deer-resistant and shapes easily if desired. More »

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The bald cypress, box elder, Chinese tallow tree, and cottonwoods are some varieties of trees known for their fast growth. Often selected as landscape screens or windbreaks, these trees provide homeowners with privacy in... More »

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Cedar trees are evergreen and are part of the pine tree family. Western red cedars can grow to 200 feet tall and are among the largest trees in North America. The Eastern red cedar produces yellow or green blooms in wint... More »

Cedar trees grow well in areas with good full sunshine and in well drained-soils that include acidic and alkaline, sandy, and clay. In the U.S., the Eastern cedar tree, known as the "Juniperus Virginiana," grows mostly i... More »

An oleander bush is a flowering evergreen that grows in the warm climates of the West Coast region, Florida and Texas. The oleander also tolerates the dry and windy conditions found in Arizona and the salty marsh soils i... More »

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To grow pine trees, first decide if you want to plant from seeds or seedlings. Harvest seeds from female cones as they fall during autumn. Select viable seeds and germinate them in a container kept indoors. Transplant ou... More »

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