Latin Name: Squamata 'Holger'
- This Dense, Flat-Topped Evergreen Displays Two-Toned Foliage. Deep Blue-Green Foliage is Frosted with Gold New Growth In the Spring that Spreads 2-3 Feet Tall (4-5 Feet Wide). It Is Perfect for Contrasting Colors In Your Garden and Used as an Accent, Ground Cover, and Hedge.
Amount of Sunlight: Thrives In Full Sun; Tolerates Shade.
Amount of Water: Water Regularly; More Frequent Watering in Extreme Heat; Drought Tolerant.
Soil Conditions: Adaptable to Most Soils; Prefers Dry, Well-Drained Soil; Not Tolerant of Overly Wet Soil.
Cold Hardiness Zone: 4-8.
- This Low-Maintenance Evergreen Needs a Regular Water Schedule to Ensure the Growth of a Mature Root System. After the Mature Root System Is Established, Watering Is Needed Occasionally, Except During a Drought, Watering Is Needed Regularly. Pruning to Desired Shape Is Recommended Only at Early Stages of Growth to Encourage Branching. Pruning Older Branches May Not Encourage New Growth.