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  • Burning brush shrubs can grow 9 to 15 feet tall and  is great as a backdrop in any landscape or border
Burning brush shrubs do best in full sun and well-drained soils.

    Burning Bush Shrub


    Burning Bush Shrub     Hardy Planting Zone - Grows in zones 4 to 8  Bloom Season - Late spring to early summer  Bloom Color - Green  Height at Maturity - 9 to 15 feet   Soil Type...

  • Coral red dogwood shrub branches will grow brighter in full sun. Coral red dogwood shrub is a very adaptable shrub that can thrive in many types of soil.

    Coral Red Dogwood Shrub


    CORAL RED DOGWOOD SHRUB    The Coral Red Dogwood Shrub's hardy plant zone is 4-7. It is native to North America and can primarily be found in the northern and western parts of the United States. Its growth does extend to the western parts of...

  • Crepe myrtle tree can grow  up to 24 inches in a year.
Crepe myrtle tree  comes alive in the Spring and continues to grace your yard through the summer months.

    Crepe Myrtle Tree


    Crepe Myrtle Tree  Hardy Planting Zone: 3-9  Bloom Season: Spring  Bloom Color: White and Pink  Height at Maturity: 25’  Soil Type Preferred: acidic, moist, sandy, clay, and well-drained soils  Sun or...

  • Dewberry Plant flowers bloom in loose, terminal clusters. Dewberry Plant flowers bloom in loose, terminal clusters.

    Dewberry Plant


    Dewberry Plant are hardy in zones 3 through 8 The Dewberry plant has fine spines all over its stems. The stems are also described as red-haired. The dewberry grows to be about 2 feet tall. Taking care of dewberries is relatively easy as they require...

  • Flame Leaf Sumac Flame leaf sumac are great to use for hedging.

    Flame Leaf Sumac


    Flame Leaf Sumac    Hardy Planting Zone- The tree grows in zones 3 to 9. Bloom Season - Flame leaf sumac can bloom in the summer or fall. Bloom Color - The bloom color can be yellow, green, or white. Height at Maturity - The...

  • Forsythia   is a nice variety of shrubs to plant in gardens, natural areas, and lawns. Forsythia is a hardy, deciduous shrub, which displays a beautiful, bright yellow color every spring.



    Forsythia bloom bright yellow flowers during the early spring All About Forsythias    A forsythia is any member of a group of shrubs in the same plant family as the olive tree; they bloom bright yellow flowers during the early spring and are...

  • Golden Bell Forsythia is Fast Growing flowering shrub
Golden Bell Forsythia creates spectacular clusters of bell-shaped pale yellow to golden blooms

    Golden Bell Forsythia


      Golden Bell Forsythia Golden Bell Forsythia is Hardy in Zones 3-9  Bloom Season - Late winter to early spring   Bloom Color - Bright yellow  Height at Maturity - 9 to 11 feet  Soil Type...

  • Hill's privet plants are cold hardy and good for zones 3-9 Hill's privet plants are cold hardy and good for zones 3-9

    Hills Privet Plant


    Hill's Privet is hardy in zones 2 through 9 The burgundy glow privet is a hearty cold-weather plant that will grow wonderfully in zones 2 through 9. It's often used as a privacy screen because of its dense nature. This particular Privet plant has...

  • Lynwood Gold Forsythia is a great flowering border plant
Lynwood Gold Forsythia is hardy in zones 3-9.

    Lynwood Gold Forsythia


    USDA Hardiness Planting Zone  Forsythia grows in USDA hardiness zones 3-9 but is most prolific in the southern United States.  Bloom Season and Color  Lynwood Gold Forsythia produces bright yellow flowers in the early spring. The deep...

  • Maple Leaf Viburnum Maple Leaf Viburnum has thick green foliage in summer

    Maple Leaf Viburnum


    Hardiness Planting Zone - 3 through 9  Bloom Season - Summer  Bloom Color - Yellow white  Height at Maturity - Three to six feet  Soil Type Preferred - Acidic well-drained soil  Sun or Shade -...

  • Privet Plants can grow up to 15 feet tall. Privet Plants can grow up to 15 feet tall.

    Northern Privet Plant


    Northern Privet (Ligustrum Ibolium) is a cold hardy evergreen plant that makes excellent borders and hedges The plants develop well in hardiness zones 3-9 and thrive in shade, full sun, or partial shade. If you need more privacy in your yard or want to...


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!