Types of Evergreen Trees
The Ficus Nitida, known for growing to a perfect shape, keeping remarkably clean, and ease of growth, is easily our most popular tree. They make a great addition to just about any landscape.
The most popular choice for making an evergreen screen hedge. Create a highly formal and clean landscape hedge that will look good near pools and works well as a transition plant in any landscape.
Get the thickest, widest and greenest shade all year long with the Multi-trunk Ficus! Due to their dense growth, Ficus trees provide the most consistent shade of any shade tree.
The Ficus Rubiginosa is a densely spreading shade tree when mature. The dense growth habit make it a popular choice for those looking to add shade in smaller landscapes.
An attractive, small evergreen tree that can be planted in tight areas and is designed for a dense, dark green foliage with red peppercorns.
Camphor trees produce an unmistakable and pleasant fragrance while producing abundant amounts of year-round shade.
Classicly umbrella shaped, durable and dark green, this unique tree makes a great addition to any yard.
Olea europaea 'Wilsonii'
Fruitless Olive trees produce large amounts of shade to any area, grow to be a hardy medium size and acclimate fantastically to Western climates.
Italian Cypress are native to the Mediterranean, grow tall, straight evergreen columns for an exceptionally formal look.
The most unique of all pine varieties, the Italian Stone Pine displays a rounded, umbrella-like canopy.
Japanese Blueberry trees are sought after for the thick, hardy canopies they grow that are highly resistant to the elements, creating a dependable shade, wind break or property screen
Japanese Privet provide both year-round shade and big seasonal color requiring very little maintenance.
The Live Oak is a remarkable evergreen specimen native to the Western U.S. and extremely hardy in warmer climates.
Magnolia add big color and shade anywhere they're planted, bringing a unique and tropical look to your landscape. Blooms produce a beautiful white flower and wonderful fragrance.
A rare combination of being an evergreen and producing vibrant color, makes the Oleander tree useful in many landscapes.
The Podocarpus can fit just about any landscape application and are a great choice for hedges, shading walkways, and property screens.
Thevetia Trees produce a wide canopy of shade and are ideal when you need the effects of a large, shady evergreen in a much smaller space. Bloom with long yellow flowers in spring and fall.
Carrotwood trees are known for their unique carrot-like appearance, as the network of trunks twist and turn upwards forming a unique shape.
This moderate grower can typically be seen lining streets and gracing neighborhood yards. Its ability to retain water in its leaves make it extremely drought resistant
Olea europaea 'Manzanilla'
Our Manzanillo Olive trees are grown just North of Temecula, CA on our massive 40+ acre farm and display beautiful gray bark and showy olive green leaves
Olea europaea 'Mission'
Mission Olive trees originated in Southern California in the mid-1700’s and have grown in popularity for their Spanish style oil.