The Shrubs - Red-Tip Photinia, Burning Bush, Quince, Other

The Shrubs - Red-Tip Photinia, Burning Bush, Quince, Other



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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, Lavendar, or White w/Red Center.

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

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$5.95

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Butterfly Bush (Purple) - Very popular, the Butterfly grows up to 8 feet tall, and becomes covered with Butterfly-attracting purple flower spikes. The 'Claret Purple' is our favorite...

Zones: 5 to 10
Soils: Most
Moisture: Low to Moderate
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Hedges, Specimens, Ornamental
$5.95


Barberry (Red) - Barberry grows up to 6 feet tall, and is covered in short spikes, but the leaves holds a deep reddish-purple color all season long. In the Fall, the birds enjoy the red berries.

Zones: 5 to 10
Soils: Most
Moisture: Low to Moderate
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Hedges, Specimens, Ornamental

Sold-Out for 2017


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-Tips sell out FAST... Order today!

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

IMPORTANT NOTE - Limited Supply for 2017

Red-Tip Photinia - 4 to 6 Inch

$3.95


Burning Bush Eunonymus - This Dwarf variety can grow up to 6 feet tall. Popularly planted for the colorful Fall foliage, these are hefty-stemmed shrubs that are versatile as specimens or in hedges. Currently small, but they should be a good size by the end of Summer.

Zones: 4 to 8
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Ornamental
$5.95


Nandina - Small evergreen that gets up to 4 feet tall, and holds a blend of yellow-green-red-purple leaves color all season long. In the Fall, the birds enjoy the red berries.

Zones: 5 to 10
Soils: Most
Moisture: Low to Moderate
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Hedges, Specimens, Ornamental

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Forsythia - "Lynnwood Gold" - 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.

Zones: 4 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Early Flowers
$5.95

Larger 20 to 30 inch

$15.95


American Hazelnut - This hardy tall shrub can grow up to 10 feet, and develop multiple stems that form a thick clump. They hold the dark green leaf on zig-zag stems and produces edible nuts. Yes, these are fast growing!

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Nuts
$5.95


Nikko Blue Hydrangea - Very popular medium-size shrub that gets up to 6 feet tall. Hardy, but prefers well-drained soils, plant these where the masses of blue flowers can be seen! The tops often die back in the colder areas... but they will resprout.

Zones: 4 to 9
Soils: Most, but Well-Drained
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Ornamental, Flowers
$7.95


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, Not the store-bought cranberry (Vaccinium) type.Empire National Nursery fast growing trees for home and garden
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Zones: 2 to 8
Soils: Moist is Best
Moisture: Moderate to Plenty
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Fruit
$6.95


Flowering Quince - Beautiful hardy shrubs that gets up to 10 feet, with dark pink flowers and dark green glossy leaves. Great for poor soils as specimens, or hedges.

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Flowers
$5.95

Larger and Older, 2 to 3 Footers...

$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.

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

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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 sweet edible red berries!

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

Sold-Out for this season...



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