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Which Plants Can Survive the Fall and Winter?

When winter comes along, don’t let your landscaping freeze for the season. You can still softscape your property despite the drop in temperature. Check out our list of five plants that can keep some color in your yard and survive the winter!

  • American Maple The American Maple is one of the most popular and attractive trees to plant in autumn. When its leaves change, they turn a beautiful red color that will spruce up your yard in a flash!

 American Maple

  • Pansy – The pansy is known to withstand frost and light snow, and can grow through the year. While a common flower in most gardens, they’re certainly reliable to keep your garden looking fresh and colorful with the wide variety of colors available all winter long.


  • Holly – This is a winter holiday classic. The bright red berries on the holly bush bloom during the winter, making it perfect for your winter garden. It is an evergreen plant, so you can keep it in your garden all year, but it’s certainly a perfect choice for winter.  


  • Evergreens
    Four Seasons carries a wide variety of evergreen trees that are perfect for winter landscaping. Because they can survive low temperatures, they work as a great focal point for your garden during the coldest months. 



Learn More About Our Landscape Design Services

Four Seasons Landscaping & Nursery provides softscaping services in the Montgomery County, Maryland area. Whether you’re looking to update the architecture of your garden before the winter or you want a new landscape design—including plants and flowers, contact us today!

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