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Plant Finder

Hedge

In a landscape, hedges are most commonly used to define a border, create privacy or block unwanted views. Whether formal or informal, sizes can range from just a couple of feet to tree size hedges used to block out the neighbors second story window.

Types of Hedge

Shiny Xylosma

Shiny Xylosma

Xylosma senticosa

Xylosma is a very attractive shrub with bright green shiny leaves that will grow in part to full sun.

Japanese Boxwood

Japanese Boxwood

Buxus japonica

This hardy evergreen is an excellent choice for low to medium formal hedges along walls or walkways.

Japanese Privet

Japanese Privet

Ligustrum japonica

Mostly used as a hedge or tall screen, the Japanese Privet has large, deep green foliage and insignificant light blooms in the Spring.

Juniper

Juniper

Juniper

Landscaping with Juniper plants is easy and present many beautiful options and uses.

Oleander

Oleander

Nerium oleander

Oleanders are planted as large hedges for privacy and color.

Dwarf Oleander

Dwarf Oleander

Nerium oleander

Oleanders are planted as large hedges for privacy and color.

Dwarf Myrtle

Dwarf Myrtle

Myrtus communis compacta

Excellent hardy shrub mostly used for small to medium hedges.

Pyracantha Graber's Firethorn

Pyracantha Graber's Firethorn

Pyracantha graberi

Fast growing, heat loving, large evergreen shrub that is mostly used along borders or walls.

Bamboo 'Gulf Stream Heavenly'

Bamboo 'Gulf Stream Heavenly'

Nandina domestica 'Gulf Stream'

Heavenly Bamboo is graceful, upright accent plant with soft draping foliage on tall stems usually growing right from the ground.

Heavenly Bamboo

Heavenly Bamboo

Nandina domestica

Heavenly Bamboo is graceful, upright accent plant with soft draping foliage on tall stems usually growing right from the ground.

Mock Orange

Mock Orange

Pittosporum tobira

Mock Orange is a very hardy shrub with deep green shiny leaves.

Red-Tip Photinia

Red-Tip Photinia

Photinia fraseri

Photinia is a large growing shrub with dark, shiny leaves and red new leaves.

Yaupon Holly Stokes

Yaupon Holly Stokes

Ilex vomitoria 'Stokes'

Dwarf Yaupon Holly is a very tough little shrub that can be used as a border plant,

Timber Bamboo

Timber Bamboo

Phyllostachys oldhamii

Timber, or Giant Bamboo, can reach heights over 30’ and grows in fairly open clumps

Twisted Myrtle

Twisted Myrtle

Myrtus boetica

Twisted Myrtle is a very versatile shrub with rich green foliage that hugs a twisting branch structure

Wax Leaf Privet

Wax Leaf Privet

Ligustrum texanum

Wax Privet are frequently used in formal shapes such as two and three tier topiary and pyramids for patio planting.

Boxleaf Euonymous

Boxleaf Euonymous

Euonymus japonica

Boxleaf Euonymus are very versatile shrubs with small leaves and dark green color that stays strong year-round.

Green Euonymus

Green Euonymus

Euonymus japonica 'Green'

Euonymus have been used in the Valley for decades in green landscapes as a hedge or as an anchor plant in areas protected from afternoon sun and shade.

Green Hopseed

Green Hopseed

Dodonea viscosa

Green Hopseed Bush (Dodonea viscosa) are most useful as a screen or filler plant in full to part sun.

Arizona Yellowbells

Arizona Yellowbells

Tecoma stans

Commonly called Yellow Bells, this popular shrub can reach 8 ft tall and wide

Variegated Euonymus

Variegated Euonymus

Euonymous japonica aureo-varigata

Variegated Euonymus thrive in the cool shade but produce more colorful leaves with a half-day of direct sun.

Orange Jubilee

Orange Jubilee

Tecoma alata

Orange Jubilee is noted for the fast growing, reaching branch structure with bright orange flowers.

Purple Hopseed

Purple Hopseed

Dodonea pupurea

This tall evergreen shrub’s popularity here in the Valley is due to it’s colorful purple foliage and tall nature.