Shrubs

Are much smaller then trees but share many of the same characteristics. Shrubs are an integral part of the landscape and can provide various colours that can be enjoyed for a lifetime if treated properly. There are thousands of different sizes and varieties available. Many shrubs are commonly known for their beautiful blooms that can be enjoyed in the garden or as cut flowers. The most commonly searched plant in the world today is a shrub; the hydrangea.

Show Off® is not your typical Forsythia! It is compact and full of blooms from the ground to the ends of every stem. Older varieties can become out of control and often become victims of pruning. This little beauty will stay small so there is no need to prune. It will just put a smile on your face. This variety is a vast improvement over all.

Low spreading broadleaf evergreen with dark green narrow foliage all year long. Fragrant showy rosy-pink blooms in early spring. An intoxicating aroma. An excellent groundcover for edging the front of the border or in the rock garden. The berries are toxic.

Dwarf compact deciduous shrub for the border with tubular soft lilac flowers in spring, earliest of all Light series. Fine green foliage turns bright yellow in fall. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Toxic when eaten.

Upright rounded deciduous shrub with dark green foliage turning burgundy purple in fall. Impressive display of creamy white with yellow upper lip tubular flower clusters in early spring. A University of Minnesota introduction developed to withstand extreme cold. Toxic when eaten.

Compact densely branched evergreen shrub with heavily textured lush green foliage with silvery underside. Attractive buds. Soft tinted pink flowers in late spring with small green spots. Developed by the University of Helsinki, Finland for its extreme cold hardiness.

Upright rounded deciduous shrub with dark green foliage turning bronze in fall. Displays of mandarin orange tubular flower clusters in early spring. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Toxic when eaten.

Compact rounded deciduous shrub with medium green foliage turning light yellow in fall. Impressive display of deep lilac flower clusters in early spring. An improved form of Orchid Lights. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Toxic when eaten.

A rounded deciduous shrub for the border. The striking bi-colour flowers in late spring with a light yellow on the outer petals and a golden toned inner throat. Green foliage turns maroon in fall. Toxic when eaten.

Upright rounded deciduous shrub with fragrant tubular golden flowers in late May or early June. Dark green foliage turns a bronze red fall colour. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Toxic when eaten.

Upright rounded deciduous shrub for the border with striking pale pink tubular flowers in late spring that fade to white as they age. Delicate pink buds. Dark green foliage turns bronzy purple in fall. Toxic when eaten.

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