With striking variegated foliage, ornamental berries, excellent fall color and brilliant red stems in winter, … 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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A dense, rounded, deciduous shrub with slender, broadly spreading, arching stems and growing about 2′ tall … Continued
This hardy, deciduous, shrub has an irregular upright, arching habit. Forsythias need room to grow … Continued
White honey-scented flowers at branch tips on a mounded shrub featuring two-tone blue-green foliage in … Continued
Fall-blooming, deciduous shrub or small tree native to woodlands, forest margins and stream banks in … Continued
The most compact panicle hydrangea, this shrub tops out at just 2 to 3′ tall … Continued
Hydrangea quercifolia is an upright, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub typically grows 4-6′ and produces showy panicles of … Continued
Native from New York to Florida west to Iowa, Missouri, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Blooms May-July … Continued
A profusion of striking bright red berries will stop you in your tracks on your … Continued
Handsome hedge, background plant or specimen desired for its lustrous blue-green foliage. Moderate grower to … Continued
‘Little Henry’ is a gorgeous native plant that prefers moist soils and will tolerate wet … Continued
With a blend of green, yellow and gold foliage, ‘Old Gold’ juniper will grow happily … Continued