Trumpet-shaped pale pink flowers bloom during late summer and fall. Lustrous dark green foliage turns … Continued
browsing plants: shrubs
A shrub is a small- to medium-sized woody plant distinguished from trees by their multiple stems and shorter height — usually under 13-16 ft. Plants of some species may grow either into shrubs or trees, depending on their growing conditions. Small, low shrubs are sometimes called subshrubs. Our hardiness zone is 6a or lower for winter survival.
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Aesculus parviflora is easily grown in average soil in part to full shade and features … Continued
A small, deciduous, usually multi-trunked understory tree or tall shrub which is native to thickets … Continued
Prefers full sun and requires minimal attention. Blue-green foliage, delicate 2” flower clusters and brilliant … Continued
Deciduous, early-flowering, large shrub or small tree typically grows 15-30’ tall. Showy, 5-petaled, slightly fragrant, … Continued
Grown as a shrub or small tree for its brilliant orange-red fall color and disease … Continued
Bright green leaves are topped by showy purple flowers with bright red stamen that give … Continued
This native shrub grows in woodlands and prairies. 4-8″ spike-like clusters of tiny, bluish-purple flowers … Continued
Aronia arbutifolia is a deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub native to both wet and dry thickets in Eastern … Continued
Colorful coppery foliage is semi-evergreen, and this cultivar stays small making it perfect for contrast … Continued
A low-maintenance shrub with beautiful dark orange foliage and compact branching. A Proven Winners selection.
Semi-evergreen with bright gold leaf color and red berry in winter. The narrow, upright habit … Continued