Small evergreen trees or large shrubs that are useful in the landscape due to their tolerance of shady conditions and deer resistant qualities.
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Cephalotaxus Harringtonia 'Fastigiata'
Dark green, shiny needles radiate along this plant's vertical branches making them look like brushes. With age, the striking, upright conifer produces multiple, bottle-brush leaders & takes on a vase shape. Plants prefer shade & they make dramatic, mid-size focal points, hedges, or clusters. They show good deer resistance too, & when established, tolerate drought & heat well.
Cephalotaxus Harringtonia 'Hedgehog'
Long, deep green, glossy needles cover this low-growing, spreading form which is much denser than other spreading forms. Easily pruned to use as an alternative to Buxus for a low edging or border. The plant's preference to partial shade & deer resistance make it particularly useful.