The Shrubs - Red-Tip Photinia, Others

The Shrubs - Red-Tip Photinia, 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.

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

For Red... (Very Limited this season)

$5.95

For White... (Limited this season)

$5.95

For Pink...

$5.95

For Purple...

$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.

Limited availability until mid-Winter... Order early for the best selection.

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

For one or more... $5.95

Set of 3 Plants...

$14.95

Set of 10 Plants...

$49.95

Set of 25 Plants...

$119.95


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 are trimmed.

Zones: 4 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Early Flowers
$15.95


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.

Zones: 2 to 8
Soils: Moist is Best
Moisture: Moderate to Plenty
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Fruit
$5.95

For Larger Plants...

American Cranberry Bush $15.95


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.

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


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
$5.95


Variegated Vinca (Periwinkle) - Colorful and hardy, this vine is another good choice for a groundcover, fence, or trellis. This vinca also grows to about 15 feet long, and makes a blue-purple flower with vareigated green-yellow leaves. Very popular and colorful, plant them now and cover that ground!

Zones: 5 to 10:
Soils: Most
Moisture: 5 to 10
Sun: Part Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Fences, Trellis, Containers, Flowers

Set of 5 Plants -

$5.95


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