Sure! Evergreens for the most part, do well in snow. Chinese Juniper is a nice choice that produces beautiful yellow flowers with bright green leaves, even in the cold of winter. You can find this plant in low shrubs, a full sized bush or a full size tree. The Oleaster is also a good winter plant. It has delicate white flowers that blossom early in the winter and edible berries that grow later in the season. The berries can be eaten right off the plant or made into jams and jellies. You can also grow Camellias, Snow Drops, Crape Myrtles and Hellebores.
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