The Q&A Archives: alternatives to a few selections

Question: Our landscape artichet recently developed a plan for our courtyard area that calls for to things that we don't like and we'd like you to suggest alternatives.

The first is -
(we don't like the way it looks)

The second is -

Thank you in advance,

Holly Winn

Answer: There are a number of evergreen shrubs that will do well in your gardening region. You might consider Leyland Cypress, Cryptomeria, Nellie Stevens Holly, Juniper, Southern Magnolia, Sweet Bay, Pieris, or Arborvitae in place of the Taxus or Viburnum.

Best wishes with your new landscape!

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