Cold weather is no big deal with these hardy evergreen tropical looking plants - Please share some!
Agave 'Boutin Blue'
Yucca Rostrata and agaves with a large Spanish dagger yucca, likely Y.torreyi
Cyrtomium fortunei Fortune's Hardy Holly Fern
'Pumila' hardy pampas
Yucca x gloriosa 'Tiny Star'
Yucca gloriosa regular
Yucca recurvifolia - soft leaf flowing
Ground Cedar Evergreen Ground Cover Fern - super hardy
Korean Fire Camellia super hardy bloomer in cold weather -20*f no problem - earliest bloomer
Aucuba offers many varieties and varigates
Fatsia japonica and varigates
Litte Gem Magnolia - there are other hardy evergreen magnolias out there also.
Slender Hinoki Cypress (careful where you order
Kaleidoscope Abelia color fades somewhat in winter
Elijah Blue Fescue Grass
Rhapidophyllum hystrix - photo by friend Frank
Pendula weeping Norway Spruce - awesome flowing over walls in the landscape
Hemlock - so many varieties and growth habits
Trachycarpus fortunei 'Wagnerianus' - pushing it, but said to be the most hardiest of the windmill family and that could be debatable. Thanks PDN Tony Avent used to tell us that he considers every plant hardy until he has killed it himself three times. But not all gardeners like to push the envelope. If you can add a plant or have a comment on these, appreciate it. I would like to see whats out there and worth the effort going evergreen Check with Tony, he may carry some of these https://www.plantdelights.com/