The plants in this group are selected because of their low-growing habit. Many other specimens may be used, which under the care of an expert gardener can be kept within definite bounds. Where open views are essential and expert care is lacking, the plants indicated in these groups should be used.

A. Evergreen:

Andromeda polifolia

Wild Rosemary Chamaedaphne calyculata

Leather-leaf Evonymus radicans carrieri

Carrier's Japanese Evergreen Ivy

Evonymus radicans vegetus

Scarlet-fruited Japanese Evergreen Ivy

Juniperus communis depressa Dwarf Juniper

Juniperus horizontalis Trailing Juniper

Juniperus sabina tamariscifolia Tamarisk-leaved Savin

Juniperus virginiana tripartita

Spreading Red Cedar Kalmia angustifolia

Sheep Laurel (except clay or lime soil)

Mahonia repens

Creeping Mahonia Picea excelsa gregoriana

Gregory's Dwarf Norway Spruce Picea excelsa nana

Dwarf Norway Spruce Pieris floribunda

Mountain Fetterbush Taxus baccata repandens

Spreading English Yew

Taxus cuspidata brevifolia Short-leaved Japanese Yew

Thuja occidentalis globosa Globe Arborvitae

Thuja occidentalis (Little Gem)

Little Gem Arborvitae Yucca filamentosa

Adam's Needle

Yucca flaccida Drooping-leaved Adam's Needle

B. Deciduous:

Amorpha canescens Lead Plant

Ceanothus americanus New Jersey Tea

Celastrus orbiculatus

Japanese Bittersweet Deutzia gracilis

Slender Deutzia Deutzia lemoinei

Lemoine's Deutzia Deutzia rosea

Dwarf Pink Deutzia Diervilla trifida

Bush Honeysuckle Evonymus obovatus

Running Strawberry Bush Itea virginica

Virginian Willow

Lonicera fragrantissima

Early Fragrant Honeysuckle Lonicera japonica halliana

Japanese Honeysuckle Lonicera spinosa alberti

Large-fruited Honeysuckle

Myrica cerifera

Bayberry Rosa Carolina

Carolina Rose

Rosa setigera

Prairie Rose Rosa spinosissima altaica

Scotch Rose Rosa wichuraiana

Memorial Rose Viburnum opulus nanum

Dwarf Bush Cranberry

Xanthorrhiza apiifolia Yellowroot