Keep the garden vertical. That's why it's good to look for shrubs and trees that max out interest as they grow up, not out. Try dwarf varieties for a small backyard, as well as more columnar evergreens (bonus—they boost wintertime interest, too).
curves with rock dividing filler. Landscape Design Tip: Wild and woodland gardens may consist of native plants or be a mix of ornamental and natural plantings such as grasses, mosses, ground covers, large and small shrubs, evergreen and deciduous trees.
There are two types of specialty trees to begin with but their difference relies not on their plant type but on the meaning behind their classification. One type of specialty trees are plants that are rare and difficult to find;
Evergreens Reign Supreme Evergreens are the backbone of any cold-climate winter garden. Evergreen trees and shrubs, like the compact Colorado spruce shown here (grown as a standard), contribute color, texture, and form regardless of snow cover.