The Shrubs - Others

The Shrubs - Others



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Rose of Sharon - This hardy tall shrub is popular across the country for the colorful flowers and low-maintenance. Use these for hedges and specimens, where the flowers can be seen and enjoyed.

Note: Specify the color(s) - Red, White, Pink, or Lavendar. Now to order more than one color, select the color you want, use the buttons to get it added into your shopping cart. Then, use the Back button to return here to order another color(s). The shopping cart will hold all of your items until you are ready to check out. These ship as 1 to 2 foot plants.

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Flowers

For Double White with Red Center (Morning Star)...

$5.95

For Double Red (Lucy)...

$5.95

For Double White (Jeanne D'Arc)... (Limited this season)

$5.95

For Single Pink (Aphordite)...

$5.95

For Double Purple (Ardens)...

$5.95


Red-Tip Photinia - Plant the very hardy Photinia in full sun where it gets hot. This tough shrub will grow to 10 feet tall, responds well to repeated trimming, fast-growing evergreen shrub is perfect for the hedges or screens in the southern climates. Spring masses of white flowers can be stunning! The Red-Tip can be trained into a small tree... now thatís a sight! They will be small, but nice... Best potted for now, transplant later as the further develop.

And... we have the "Perfect" pots for these, so when ordering, also get the containers. These are 4-inch square pots, about 6-inches tall, same ones we use to grow them into a larger Regular size. Use any soil mix, keep them moist and in a regular growing location like you would anything else... and watch. Outplant when they are ready.

Order early for the best selection.

Zones: 7 to 10
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Flowers

Sold-Out for this season...


Forsythia - "Lynnwood Yellow" - This very beautiful tall shrub grows to 10 feet, and the decorative yellow flowers are among the first of the season. Best planted where it can be seen, they are a welcomed sign of Spring. These ship as 1 to 2 foot plants, trimmed.

Zones: 4 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Early Flowers

Very few for 2021...

$14.95


American Cranberry Bush - This increasingly popular hardy shrub grows up to 10 feet tall. Good for wet areas, produce clusters of tart edible berries in the Fall. These are versatile as a specimen or hedges, plus great Fall color! These are a Viburnum (Genus), Not the "Thanksgiving table" type of cranberry (Vaccinium) type.Ships as 1 to 2 foot plants.

Very Limited for 2021...

Zones: 2 to 8
Soils: Moist is Best
Moisture: Moderate to Plenty
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Fruit
$14.95


Flowering Quince - Good hardy shrubs that gets up to 10 feet. A hardy shrub with dark pink flowers and dark green glossy leaves. Great for poor soils as specimens, or hedges. Ships as 1 to 2 foot plants, trimmed.

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Flowers

Limited supply for this season...

$15.95


Spice Bush (Lindera)- Very hardy shrub gets up to 6 feet tall, and is becoming popular because of its yellow flowers and fragrant leaves. Plant where there is adequate moisture, plus they make a yellow-orange berry in the Fall.

No Supply for this season...

Zones: 4 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Butterflies, Flowers


Autumn Olive - A very hardy shrub that can grow up to 12 feet tall. Best in sunny locations, and great for harsh dry conditions. Yes, these produce semi-sweet edible red berries, but very high in anti-oxidants!

Zones: 2 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Low to Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Fruit

$11.95


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