A new spin on an old favourite, this repeat bloomer produces abundant, double blooms up … 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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Blackberry ‘Triple Crown’ is a thornless variety that grows 5-6′ in height. This variety is … Continued
Grow in any soil soils in full sun or shade. Prefers full sun. Prune as … Continued
Deep black foliage is finely cut, giving it an effect similar to Japanese maple but … Continued
‘York’ offers the largest berries of any cultivated variety. Great source of vitamin C. Fruit makes … Continued
A suckering, deciduous shrub which typically grows 5-8′ tall and wide with ferny green foliage … Continued
Old-fashioned spirea is often found in established landscapes around older homes. This handsome arching, loose … Continued
Dainty clusters of rose-pink blooms on low-growing, mint green foliage. Naturally develops a tidy, compact, … Continued
Light pink blooms in summer followed by large, pink fruit on arching stems with dark … Continued
Common lilacs are mid-season bloomers typically flowering in mid-May. Syringa vulgaris ‘Sensation’ sports bicolor blooms of … Continued
A smaller-sized lilac with reddish purple buds opening to fragrant, pale lilac flowers. Blooms profusely … Continued
‘Densiformis’ (dense spreading) Semi-dwarf, dense, spreading, evergreen shrub which typically grows in a mound to … Continued