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  • Blackberry Shrub is one of the best things that you can put on your lawn because you can actually eat the blackberries and display them as your frontal bushes. Blackberry Shrub is one of the best things that you can put on your lawn because you can actually eat the blackberries and display them as your frontal bushes.

    Blackberry Shrub

    $29.99

    Blackberry Bush - Rubus fruticosus is hardy in zones 3 through 9 Thanks to the sweet, edible berries the plant produces in mid-to-late summer, and the blackberry bush is a popular addition to gardens. The berries are used to make jams, pies, wines, and...

  • Ninebark Shrub  foliage comes in a wide range of colors given the cultivars on the market, from green and golden to burgundy and purple. Ninebark Shrub earn their name from the peeling bark worn by older specimens

    Ninebark Shrub

    $29.99

    Ninebark bloom during spring and summer Ninebark is a deciduous shrub that attracting flowers that bloom during summer and spring. The ninebark shrub has white cup-shaped flowers that have filaments exposed, attracting butterflies and bees. The plant...

  • Peegee Hydrangea look lovely in a row, creating an informal border in the yard. Peegee Hydrangea can be cultivated as a small tree or large flower shrub capable of reaching 20 feet in height.

    Peegee Hydrangea

    $29.99

    Pee Gee Hydrangea require a few hours of sun Paniculata hydrangeas will develop and sprout in many atmospheres (solid to Zone 3!). Not at all like mopheads. They require a few hours of sun to do well. If your climate is excessively icy, making it...

  •  Pink Rose Of Sharon - Hibiscus is a hardy hibiscus shrub that is easy to grow. It is characterized by its soft and graceful stems coupled with its large and pink flowers.  Pink Rose Of Sharon - Hibiscus can be planted at the border, hedge, container, or specimen. It is excellent to use in your view as it grows into a large shrub while young plants can be grown in containers.

    Pink Rose Of Sharon - Hibiscus

    $29.99

    Pink Rose of Sharon is a flowering shrub It is believed that for you to have a perfect home, you need to glamour it up with some plants in your compound. They create a calm atmosphere and also give it a beautiful look. Planting flowering plants makes...

  • Purple Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus is a hardy flowering shrub named for its purple cup-shaped flowers. Purple Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus is a native of India and Asia and is now grown worldwide.

    Purple Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus

    $29.99

    Purple Rose Of Sharon grows well in zones 5 through 9 Purple Rose Of Sharon-Hibiscus syriacus    The Purple Rose of Sharon is a hardy flowering shrub named for its purple cup-shaped flowers. It is a native of India and Asia and is now grown...

  • Red Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus   drought-tolerant, pest-resistant flowering shrub. Red Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus   is hardy in growing zones 5-9, reaching a mature height of 10 feet tall and 5 feet wide.

    Red Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus

    $29.99

    Red Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus) are hardy in zones 5 through 9 The Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus) grows well in zones 5 through 9, allowing landscapers throughout most of the United States to choose this beautiful shrub that matures to about...

  • Red Twig Dogwood is  a great way to add a striking color to your garden.

    Red Twig Dogwood

    $29.99

    Red Twig Dogwood is a medium-sized shrub Red Twig Dogwood – Cornus sericea    The Red Twig Dogwood is famous for the dark red bark branches that deliver a winter interest against the pure white snow. It emerges from the ground with...

  • Red Weigela , is prized for its intensely scarlet, trumpet-shaped blooms. Red Weigela is an excellent shrub for attracting hummingbirds.

    Red Weigela

    $29.99

    Red Weigela flowers bloom in one and a half-inch clusters The Red Weigela is a popular landscaping plant that people like to put into screening areas, borders, and centerpieces in flower beds. These shrubs have a dark, green leaf on a long, spindly limb...

  •  White Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus  has a moderate growth rate and is easy to move through transplantation.

  White Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus  has a moderate growth rate and is easy to move through transplantation.

    White Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus

    $29.99

    White Rose Of Sharon - Hibiscus make excellent border plants The White Rose Of Sharon is a flowering shrub that produces beautiful white blooms in the summer. The name hibiscus syriacus also know as this garden plant. This garden plant blooms all...

  • Arrow wood Viburnum likes well drained soil.
Arrow wood Viburnum likes well drained soil.

    Arrowwood Viburnum

    $29.99

    A viburnum has over 150 different species that range from a two-foot shrub to a 30-foot tree.  All species of shrubs or trees have fragrant flowers that make an excellent addition to your garden.  The Arrowwood Viburnum is a shrub with white...

  • Black Chokeberry prefer moist to wet soil conditions.
Black Chokeberry grows best when planted in hardy zones 3-9.

    Black Chokeberry

    $29.99

    Black Chokeberry     Hardy Planting Zones: 3 - 9  Bloom Season: Spring  Bloom Color: White  Height at Maturity: 36 Inches To 72 Inches  Soil Type Preferred - Moist To Wet  Sun or Shade -...

  • Black Haw Viburnum grows best when planted in hardy zones 3-9
Black Haw Viburnum provides shelter and food to a variety of birds.

    Black Haw Viburnum

    $29.99

    Hardy Planting Zone – USDA zones 3 through 9  Bloom Season – April, May Bloom Color – White Height at Maturity – 12 to 36 feet Soil Type Preferred – Moist Sun or Shade – Full...

 

About Shrubs 

A shrub (also known as a bush) is a small to medium-sized plant. They are about 6-10 meters tall. Shrubs, unlike most plants, have persistent woody stems above the ground. Shrubs are very easy to plant because their root balls seem to be much smaller than large trees. One tricky part about planting shrubs is knowing where to place them in the landscape. 

  Shrubs come in different forms. There are various kinds of shrubs. Each kind of shrub is suitable for a different landscape. Here is a list below of the top five shrubs. 

 1. Flowering Shrubs: These kinds of shrubs come in different sizes, shapes, and colors. Here are the five best flowering shrubs that can be grown all year long. 

 - Forsythia: These are bright yellow blossoms in starlet's branches. The average height for these is 2-3 feet. 

 - Fothergilla: These are bottle-brush-like blooms that open at branch tips in early spring before leaves appear. Flowers of these kinds provide an early-season nectar source from pollinators. These flowers look breathtaking during fall. They're placed next to trees with leaves changing colors. 

 - Azalea: These flowers come in bright, bold, and vibrant colors. They will look stunning in your garden in the spring. They come in a rainbow of hues so you can find any color you want! They can grow up to 20 feet tall. 

 -Mountain Laurel: These are some of the rarest types of flowering shrubs. These typically grow 5 to 8 feet tall and wide. They come in white, red, pink, and even bicolor! 

 - English Lavender: One of the fragrant kinds of flowers and leaves. They come in a soft purple color and grow 16 to 20 inches high and wide. These flowers have been known for stress and anxiety relief. There are many lavender products on the market that therapists recommend buying. If you are often stressed, these might be useful to plant in your garden! 

 2. Evergreen Shrubs: Evergreen shrubs have year-round foliage and are preferred for foundation plantings, hedges, or screens. Their foliage comes in bright golden, Burgundy, and green. 

 3. Fragrant shrubs: These shrubs are ideal for planting near decks, patios, porches, or any sitting area. They have a wonderful scent, and their extracts are used in various perfumes. Hence, their name, "Fragrant Shrubs." 

 4. Sun Loving Shrubs: These shrubs are very fuzzy in texture and are bright green. It is best to plant them in a spot where there's a lot of sunlight. They grow best outdoors and require minimal watering. 

 5. Shade Loving Shrubs: Unlike sun-loving shrubs, which prefer sun, these shrubs are the total opposite. They grow the best in places with a small sun and more shade. These are the perfect kind of plants to keep near your window indoors! If you live in an apartment and don't have a backyard but always wanted a plant, these might be perfect! 

 

Shrubs have so many varieties, and anyone can grow them!