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Stinking Cedar

Stinking Cedar is very rare tree now even though there were many more in the beginning of 20th century. Stinking Cedar is evergreen yew family tree and grows 12m (40 feet) and forms pyramidal shape.
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Creeping Juniper

Creeping Juniper is great evergreen ground cover plant. It grows 0.6m (2 feet) height and 3m (10feet) width in full sun and relatively dry area, and it is easy to take care of it. So the important point for planting Creeping Juniper is to keep...
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Leaves of Evergreen Maple

Evergreen Maple is something strange sound. This is one of few evergreen maple leaves. The origin of this maple is China. This maple grows a little bit slowly up to 9m (30feet) height and width and if planted in warm climate area, the leaves of...
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Leaves of Japanese Holly Fern

Japanese Holly Fern is dark green evergreen beautiful fern and good for house plant. It forms 60cm (2 feet) height and 90cm (3 feet) width round mound and like partial shade or full shaded area.
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Yellow Berry American Holly

American Holly is popular in southern area of US. This evergreen holly grows slowly in dry or wet area up to 15m height and 12m width. Even though the berries of American Holly are told as poisonous for human, many wild birds eat them in...
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Evergreen SpiceBush

Evergreen SpiceBush has glossy beautiful leaves and the flowers of this shrub are small greenish yellow and not so showy. This shrub prefers to be planted in the area of partial shade. This shrub grows up to 2.5m (8 feet) tall.
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Sacred Lily

Sacred Lily is evergreen clumps and easy to take care of it. You can plant Sacred Lily in shaded area or partially shaded area and don’t need any attention after that. This plant has red berries in fall through winter.
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Evergreen Spicewood

These leaves are Evergreen Spicewood. Leaves of Evergreen Spicewood are dark green color and they are a little bit thick. This tree are known as herb for cancer. But I don't know how to use this Spicewood as herb.
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