While supplies last, we've got a beautiful selection of colorful evergreen shrubs that are sure to brighten up the landscape!

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Add an instant pop of color to your landscape with Sunshine Ligustrum!

This incredible vibrant shrub offers year-round chartreuse foliage that flourishes in full sun! This sterile, non-invasive cultivar will not re-seed into the landscape. In fact, it doesn’t bloom at all, which is great news for allergy sufferers.

While supplies last, starting at $49 for a 3-gallon container.

Full Sun to Partial Shade

3-6' H x 3-4' W




Nandina's pinnately compound leaves look similar to those of bamboo, hence its common name “sacred bamboo.” Leaflets are between 1 and 2 inches long and turn red at lower temperatures. Nandina blooms in late spring and develops clusters of red, two-seeded berries in late fall and winter.

Full Sun to Partial Shade
4-8' H x 2-4' W


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Chinese fringe flower is easy to grow, even for novice gardeners.  These sturdy shrubs are virtually carefree when given the right growing conditions. Native to China and Japan, Loropetalum comes in a range of sizes and shapes, from dwarf groundcovers to larger upright varieties. Flowers occur in colors of pink, red, cream or white, while foliage can be green, purple, burgundy or variegated. 

While supplies last and depending on variety starting at $29.99 for a 3-gallon container.

Full Sun to Part Shade
Ranges 1-15' H x 3-10' W



Japanese pittosporum (Pittosporum tobira) is a tough, evergreen shrub, commonly grown in mid and coastal South Carolina. It is native to southern Japan and China. The attractive, dense evergreen foliage and mounded form, along with adaptability to many growing conditions, make it popular in landscapes as hedges and foundation plantings. Excellent salt tolerance makes pittosporum well suited for planting near the beach.

Full Sun to Partial Shade

Ranges 4-12' H x W Depending on Variety



Abelia shrubs are one of those old fashioned plants that became popular because of interesting foliage, showy flowers, reliable performance, and simple Abelia care. Learn how to grow Abelia in your landscape for these characteristics. Newer cultivars of the glossy Abelia plant provide a range of colors and forms.

Full Sun to Partial Shade
3-6' H x 3-6' W

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If you are looking for bushes, trees, or climbers, euonymus has them all. Gardeners choose euonymus plant varieties for their attractive foliage and stunning autumn color. Some also offer unique fruits and seed pods. Many euonymus shrubs come from Asia. You’ll find that they are available in a wide range of colors and sizes, and include both evergreen and deciduous types of euonymus. That gives you a good selection of different euonymus plants to choose from when you are looking for border plants, hedges, screens, ground cover, or specimen plants.

Full Sun to Partial Shade

3-12' H x W Depending on Variety