Large, multi-stemmed shrubs have aromatic twigs and foliage. Spicebush is an important native plant for … 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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The plants tolerate some drought once established, but for best fruit set and quality, water … Continued
Part of the Little Girl Series: ‘Ann’, ‘Betty’, ‘Jane’, ‘Judy’, ‘Pinkie’, ‘Randy’, ‘Ricki’ and ‘Susan’, … Continued
Dwarf, globe-shaped, blue-needled, evergreen shrub with a flattened top that will slowly grow over time … Continued
Blooming from midsummer until frost, this compact shrub features bright yellow flowers and bright green … Continued
‘Heritage Red’ is an everbearing variety bears fruit the first year. Produces light crop in … Continued
This native, deciduous shrub occurs on prairies, fields, abandoned farmland, clearings and along roads and … Continued
Grows in any well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerant of urban conditions. … Continued
Outstanding variety with clusters of bright red berries of good quality. Vigorous, disease resistant and … Continued
‘Pixwell’ is a classic variety with medium, pale green fruits becoming pink when ripe. Fruit … Continued
Pointed buds of deep rust open to velvety chocolate blooms with a slightly purple cast and … Continued
Gorgeous yellow blooms have a mild licorice scent. Buttery golden yellow 4″ blooms (petals 20+) … Continued