Broad-leaved evergreens hardy at Washington, D.C. The evergreens and half evergreens of foregoing list are also good.

Abelia floribunda.

Aucuba himalaica.

Aucuba japonica.

Aucuba japonica variety concolor.

Buxus balearica.

Buxus sempervirens variety

arborescens. Buxus sempervirens variety

Handsworthii. Buxus sempervirens variety suffruticosa. Cotoneaster Simonsii (nearly deciduous at Washington). Cotoneaster thymifolia (nearly deciduous at Washington). Daphne Laureola. Elaeagnus pungens variety reflexa. Eriobotrya japonica. Evonymus japonica variety

macrophylla. Garrya elliptica. Ilex aquifolium. Ligustrum japonicum. Ligustrum lucidum.

Ligustrum lucidum variety aureo-marginatum.

Ligustrum Quihoui (half evergreen).

Ligustrum sinense (half everMagnolia grandiflora. [green).

Nandina domestica.

Osmanthus Aquifolium.

Phillyrea angustifolia.

Photinia serrulata.

Prunus Laurocerasus variety Bertini.

Prunus Laurocerasus variety colchica.

Prunus Laurocerasus variety, schipkaensis.

Prunus Laurocerasus variety rotundifolia.

Pyracantha coccinea.

Rhododendron amoenum.

Rhododendron arbutifolium.

Rhododendron carolinianum.

Rhododendron Hinodegiri.

Rhododendron minus.

Picea pungens. The two small tufts at the right are P. excelsa variety Maxwelli.

Fig. 1461. Picea pungens. The two small tufts at the right are P. excelsa variety Maxwelli.