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.

Felix Leclerc' is the second of the new Canadian Artist series. Performs as a pillar rose in milder regions and bush in cooler regions. Continuous rich pink blooms all season long. Strong growth and disease resistance make this a valuable rose for the garden.

Explorer Series (1982). Low spreading shrub Rose suitable for groundcover. Hardy rugosa type Rose. Large, mauve, semi-double blooms with approximately 20 petals through summer and fall. Highly resistant to blackspot and powdery mildew. Introduced by Agric

One of the most disease resistant roses, Cape Diamond is free of black spot, powdery mildew, rust and downy mildew. This very hardy Canadian bred rose produces pure pink double blooms that give off a very spicy fragrance. Can be used as a spreading shrub or trained as a climber.

Easy Elegance® Garden Path™ series (2005) A stunning blend with bright fuchsia pink petals changing to apricot yellow near the center. The blue-green foliage is very disease resistant on this everblooming shrub.

Easy Elegance® Garden Jubilee™ series (2004) This rose will be the life of any celebration. The red bi-color single blooms cover this compact upright bush with an electric explosion all summer and fall. Medium green foliage shows very good.

This shrub reaches 4 ft tall with showy, single pink flowers and dense, prickly stems. Blooms late May to July. These blooms are usually followed by smooth rosehips which can be used to make tea. The rosehips are known to have a very high Vitamin C content.

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