The Q&A Archives: Evergreens for Screening Hedges

Question: I have some red tips that have gotten that awful fungus on them and I want to replace them with evergreens that will be used as screening hedges. Can you help me? Patt Small Tallassee, AL

Answer: Some nice evergreen, screening hedges to try are: Littleleaf boxwood, Chinese holly, Japanese holly, Leucothoe, Leatherleaf Mahonia(shade), Osmanthus(part shade), Nandina and Rhododendron. Check with your local nurseryman about the availability and selection of shrubs for your area..

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