Among the plants grouped here will be found many coniferous and broad-leaved evergreens which it is not safe to use as far north as this in any other portion of the United States. Among these, in particular, are the cedar of Lebanon, Lawson's cypress, yellow cypress, hybrid abelia, and Portugese and English laurels.

a. Conifers:

Abies concolor

White Fir Abies grandis

Silver Fir Abies nobilis

Red Fir Cedrus atlantica

Mt. Atlas Cedar

Cedrus deodora Deodar

Cedrus libani Cedar of Lebanon

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Lawson' s Cypress

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis

Yellow Cedar Picea engelmanni

Engelmann's Spruce Picca sitchensis

Sitka Spruce

Pinus attenuata Knot-cone Pine

Pinus contorta Oregon Pine

Pinus monticola

Mountain White Pine Pinus nigra austriaca

Austrian Pine Pinus ponderosa

Bull Pine

Pinus radiata Monterey Pine

Pinus strobus

White Pine Pinus sylvestris

Scotch Pine

Pseudotsuga douglasi Douglas Fir

Chamaecyparis (all species)

Japanese Cypress Taxus baccata

English Yew

Taxus baccata fastigiata

Irish Yew Taxus brevifolia

Western Yew Tsuga heterophylla

Western Hemlock b. Broad-leaved:

Abelia grandiflora Hybrid Abelia

Arbutus menziesi Madrona

Aucuba japonica Japanese Laurel

Berberis buxifolia Box-leaved Barberry

Berberis ilicifolia

Holly-leaved Barberry

Berberis stenophylla Small-leaved Barberry

Cotoneaster francheti Franchet's Rose Box

Cotoneaster horizontalis Prostrate Cotoneaster

Cotoneaster microphylla Small-leaved Cotoneaster

Ilex aquifolium English Holly

Ilex crenata

Japanese Holly Ligustrum japonicum

Evergreen Privet

Osmanthus aquifolium Fragrant Olive

Photinia glabra

Japanese Photinia Pieris fioribunda

Mountain Fetterbush

Prunus laurocerasus English Laurel

Prunus lusitanica Portuguese Laurel

Rhododendron catawbiense hybridum Hybrid Rhododendron