Dwarf Evergreen in Lebanon, PA Gardening
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Green Velvet

Grows 30" Tall & Wide

Our favorite round boxwood! Green Velvet keeps its deep green color the best & has a nice compact habit.


Dwarf Cypress (Hinoki)

Gold Thread Cypress

Grows 3-4' Tall

Add some color to your landscape with thisevergreen thread cypress. Its gold color is most vibrant in full sun, but it tolerates shade well. Contrasts nicely with blues & greens.


Laurel (Dwarf Variety)

Cherry Laurel

Grows 3' Tall by 4' Wide

Although it gets a small white flower in the Spring, Cherry Laurel are prized for the foliage. Deep green leaves all year round. Cherry Laurel is a slower grower that requires very low maintenance.


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Small Evergreen Shrubs

Variegated Green Mountain


Grows 4" Tall by 3' Wide

Add some color with this beauty. Can easily be trimmed rounded.


Green Mountain Boxwood

Grows 4" Tall by 3' Wide

The best pyramidal boxwood! Green Mountain keeps its deep green color all Winter.


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Japanese Japonica

Flaming Silver

Grows 4-5' Tall & Wide

A Variegated Japonica with bright red new growth.



Grows 4-5' Tall & Wide

A newer variety of Japaonica that has the deepest red foliage ever.


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Holly (Red Berry)

Dainty Doll Gold Thread Butter Ball

Dainty Doll Hinoki Cypress

Grows up to 3' Tall

A very dwarf green Hinoki Cypress. The foliage grows in fans which give it its own character. Very slow growing. A naturally upright habit.


Butter Ball Hinoki Cypress

Grows up to 2' Tall

A cute little Hinoki Cypress with a lovely gold foliage. Like other Hinoki cypress, Butter Ball has its own unique habit. A very slow growing variety that should not be trimmed.


Juniper (mounding)

Blue Star

Grows 18" Tall by 24" Wide

Blue Star is mounded rather than spreading. A very popular, compact Juniper with a rich blue color year round. Very hardy.


Blue star Juniper


 There are several different types of Holly, and even "False Holly" So we seperated them into groups to make it easier to understand.

Blue Prince/Princess

Grows up to 4-5' Tall

Blue Princess gets lots of bright red berries. Its dark blue/greenn foliage contrast very nicely with its berries. This is the type of holly that you WILL need a pollinator to get the berries.


Holly (Japanese)

Japanese holly have very small leaves compared to the "berry hollies". They too get a berry, but it is a very insignificant black one. They are prized more for their foliage which can look alot like a boxwood. They require very little maintenance to keep their shape.


Grows 2-3' Tall by 3' Wide

Hoogendorn looks almost identical to a boxwood. It is becoming more popular as boxwood blight continues to threaten the East Coast. We have found Hoogendorn to be the hardiest of all the round Japanese Holly.


Sky Pencil

Grows 4-5' Tall by 2' Wide

A tall, upright variety of Japanese Holly,

Sky Pencil is very popular in a formal garden and for flanking a doorway or steps. Requires almost zero trimming. In this area, we recommend Sky Pencil for planting in the ground only, not in containers.



Grows 5-6' Tall by 3-4' Wide

A pyramidal form of Japanese Holly that requires low maintenance. A good foundation plant. Excellent plant for sun, but it does not like wet or shady areas.


Holly (Inkberry)

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Compact Inkberry Holly

Grows 4' Tall & Wide

Inkberry is a native holly. I gets an inconspicuous black berry that the birds like.  It keeps its deep green color very well. It also tolerates wet soils. Its leaves are mid size compared to the other hollies.


Spruce (Dwarf Varieties)

Mountain Fire

Grows 4-5' Tall & Wide

The most popular variety of japonica. Mountain Fire has birght red new growth & deep evergreen foliage.


Pines (Dwarf Varieties)

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Slowmound Mugo Pine

Grows 2.5' Tall by 3' Wide

Our favorite Mugo Pine! Slowmound is a miniature variety with interesting brown shoots that turn into new needles.


Blue Shag Dwarf Pine

Grows 3' Tall by 3' Wide

A dwarf pine with the silvery blue/green needles of a white pine. Like all pines, Blue Shag is very hardy & easy to grow.


Little Gem Dwarf Spruce

Grows 1.5' Tall by 2.5' Wide

A very miniature spruce, Little Gem requires no pruning at all. The new growth is a light green each Spring, then changes to a deep green as it matures in the Summer.


Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce

Grows 3' Tall by 3' Wide

A deeper blue than a Colorada Blue Spruce, Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce can rightfully brag about its color. A soft blue in Spring that deepens in the Summer. It naturally grows in a rounded shape.


Dwarf Globe Arborvitae

Anna's Magic Ball

Grows 30" Tall & Wide

Our most compact globe arborvitae. Its rich gold color is an improvement over the standard golden globe.  Because it is smaller, it does not split open either.

Anna's Magic Ball Hetz Midget Whipcord

Hetz Midget

Grows 30" Tall & Wide

Our most compact globe arborvitae. Its rich gold color is an improvement over the standard golden globe.  Because it is smaller, it does not split open either.

Mr. Bowling Ball

Grows 3' Tall & Wide

Beautiful fine, soft foliage on this perfectly rounded globe. A very tight ball that requires no pruning. Keeps a medium green all year.

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Grows 3' Tall & Wide

A very unusual plant. Long needle-like drape off the branches giving this bush an airy effect. Even though it is exotic, if is very hardy. Requires very little pruning.

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Green Gem

Grows 2' Tall & Wide

Green Gem is our new go-to for a miniature boxwood. A good replacement for Dwarf English. Nice dark green foliage year round.

North Star

Grows 3-4' Tall & Wide

A new boxwood from Proven Winners. Its leaves also stay a darker green during the Winter. Nice rounded habit with little pruning.

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White Pygmy

Grows 18" Tall

White Pygmy is probably one of the smallest evergreens we carry. It is a very slow grower that needs zero maintenance. Its white tips contrast against the darker green undergrowth (this picture does not show the white well).

Dwarf Hinoki Cypress (Nana Gracilis)

Grows 4' Tall

This dwarf evergreen has the twisted branches peculiar to Hinoki Cypress. This one grows slightly larger than Dainty Doll, but is still extremely miniature. It naturally grows pyramidal.


Dwarf Golden Hinoki Cypress (Nana Lutea)

Grows 3' Tall

The twisted foliage of the Hinoki Cypress in a Gold! The darker green undertones contrast beautifully against the gold outer foliage. A very slow grower that is naturally pyramidal.


Osmanthus Goshiki

False Holly

Goshiki False Holly

Grows 4' Tall & Wide

This beauty's name mean "5 colors". And it is very colorful. The older growth is a mottled green & cream, while the new growth is yellow with red tips. Like a holly it is shade tolerant. It's an imitator though because it does not get any berries.



Japanese Plum Yew


Grows 5' Tall by 24" Wide

A narrow upright habit that is so popular. This one is shade tolerant and does well in containers. It is a very slow grower (much slower than Sky Pencil Holly). The top can be trimmed to create a fuller, wider plant.


Mugo Mops

Mops Mugo Pine

Grows 2' Tall by 2.5' Wide

Our smallest Mugo Pine! Mops has a very tight habit with interesting brown shoots that turn into new needles.


Elegans (1) Little Gem


Grows 2' Tall by 3.5' Wide

An improved version of Nest Spruce, Elegans has a darker green color and a fuller look. The new growth is a light green each Spring, then changes to a deep green as it matures in the Summer.


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Fire Chief

Grows 3' Tall & Wide

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Wedding Ring

Grows 2' Tall & Wide




New Gen Freedom

Grows 3.5' Tall & Wide

Leaf Miner resistant.

Boxood blight resistant.

New Gen Independence

Grows 3' Tall & Wide

Boxwood blight resistant.

Leaf miner resistant.

Dwarf Cypress