Broadleaf Evergreens continued

Most broadleaf evergreens perform best with afternoon shade in the winter. Flowering broadleaf shrubs won’t produce flowers in too deep of shade.

Leucothoe

Rainbow Leucothoe

Leucothoe fontanesiana ‘Rainbow’

Height: 3-5′

Spread: 3-5′

Scarletta Leucothoe

Lily of the Valley Shrub

Cavatine Pieris

Flaming Silver Pieris

Forest Flame Pieris

Katsura Pieris

Mountain Fire Pieris

Prelude Pieris

Purity Pieris

Valley Rose Pieris

Valley Valentine Pieris

Magnolia

Brackens Brown Beauty Magnolia

Magnolia grandiflora ‘Bracken’s Brown Beauty’

Height: 30-50′

Spread: 15-30′

Edith Bogue Magnolia

Magnolia grandiflora ‘Edith Bogue’

Height: 30′

Spread: 15′

Oregon Grape Holly

Oregon Grape Holly

Mahonia aquifolium

Height: 3-6′

Spread: 3-6′

Compact Oregon Grape Holly

Mahonia aquifolium ‘Compacta’

Height: 2-3′

Spread:3-4′

Creeping Oregon Grape Holly

Mahonia repens

Height: 12-18″

Spread: 2′

Photinia

Fraser’s Red Tip Photinia

Photinia x fraseri

Height: 8-12′

Spread: 8-10′

Pink Marble Photinia

Rhododendron

Anah Kruschke

Baden Baden

Cosmopolitan

Cunningham’s White

English Roseum

Firestorm

Henry’s Red

Lee’s Dark Purple

PJM

Purple Gem

Ramapo

Rocket

Scarlet Wonder

Scintillation