Most hardy, deciduous flowering shrubs do not die back to the ground in the fall, but survive as bare twiggy growth after their leaves fall off every autumn. A very few will die to the roots, but quickly send up new growth in the spring.
Evergreen shrubs, some flowering, include conifers, such as yews, and broadleaf evergreens, such as hollies. Shrubs range in size from dwarf to quite large plants, many feet in height and width.
*Photos show mature plants and actual sizes may vary. Please check plant descriptions to confirm size.
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