With a blend of green, yellow and gold foliage, ‘Old Gold’ will grow happily in … Continued
browsing plants: shrubs
Shrubs are small- to medium-sized woody plants 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 pruning and growing conditions. Small, low shrubs are sometimes called subshrubs. Our hardiness zone is 6a or lower for winter survival.
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Juniperus x pfitzeriana is a hybrid that includes cultivar crosses between Juniperus chinensis and Juniperus sabina. They are sometimes … Continued
A dwarf, prostrate, low-spreading, evergreen conifer that typically grows to 12-18″ tall but spreads to … Continued
‘Taylor’ is an upright narrow columnar eastern red cedar that grows up to to 30’ … Continued
Kerria is a bright flowering, low-maintenance woody for partial shade. Sometimes called Easter rose because … Continued
With striking late season blooms and gorgeous bark, crapemyrtle can be grown as a shrub … Continued
Sometimes called the “lilac of the South,” new cold-hardy cultivars enable more areas of the … Continued
A strong grower with abundant magenta summer blooms, this dwarf variety can fit into gardens … Continued
Large, multi-stemmed shrubs have aromatic twigs and foliage. Spicebush is an important native plant for … 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
A shrub-like, dense compact form of the black pine with an irregular growth habit with … Continued