Perfectly fit for small hedges when planted in multiples, Winter Gem Boxwood also works well potted in vessels and planters. During the winter months, this evergreen will take on a golden bronze coloring, then change back to bright green in the spring. Winter Gem Boxwood thrives in both partial and full sun settings.
Try out Gem Box for a boxwood replacement. A dwarf size coupled with dainty green leaves makes Gem Box sparkle. It looks great in containers or spaced to form an evergreen hedge. Plants grow 2 to 3 feet tall and wide. Hardy in Zones 5-9. Botanical name: Ilex glabra
Named for the sausage-shaped fruits that appear in summer, 'Cathedral Gem' sausage vine is semi-evergreen. Its stems can grow to 25 feet long; in winter, they’re ornamented with white buds that become dangling flowers in shades of cream to dusky mauve. Grow it on a trellis or arbor near a patio, deck or door, so you can enjoy its perfume.
Perfect for small space gardens, ‘Little Gem’ Norway spruce adds a touch of elegance to any setting. It blends neatly into formal or informal designs and introduces a pop of year-round color. The greenery grows a tidy 18 inches tall and wide. The standard (upright) stem is 3 feet high. Hardy in Zones 3-8. Botanical name: Picea abies ‘Little Gem’
Austral Gem™ Bird's Nest Fern adapts to the low humidity levels found in most homes. Dark green, feathery fronds make it an attractive addition to your windowsill garden, and it doesn't produce messy spores that scatter on tabletops and floors. If you move it outdoors after the last spring frost, give it full shade.
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