Bearing leaves as they do year-round, evergreen shrubs are the preferred bushes for privacy hedges, since they keep you from being exposed to prying eyes for all 12 months of the year. Needle-bearing evergreen shrubs with small, tightly spaced needles are especially useful in hedges, as they can be trimmed to precise shapes. Yews come to mind immediately. But broadleaf evergreen shrubs with small leaves, such as boxwood, also cry out for a good shearing that will turn them into nice, rectangular walls. Other evergreen shrubs may be striking enough to go solo and serve as specimens. Click on any of the pictures in the photo gallery below to learn more about that particular bush.
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|Pictures of Evergreen Shrubs: "Rhodies"||Euonymus Fortunei||Pictures of Evergreen Shrubs: Hemlock||Gold Mop|
|Boxwood Picture||Holy Holly!||Arborvitae||Mountain Laurel|
|Yew||Daphne||Pictures of Evergreen Shrubs: Juniper Ground Cover||Blue Star Juniper Bush|
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