Fast Growing Shrubs
Althea (also called Rose of Sharon) has beautiful double blooms that appear in August-September in a blaze of red, pink, white or blue when few other shrubs are in bloom. Wonderful even for seaside...
American Bittersweet Shrub (2 Pack)
American Bittersweet 2 PACK - Twining shrub. Forms thickets along stream banks. Golden-yellow fall color, yellow to red ornamental fruit popular in dried flower arrangements, persists into winter...
American Cranberry Bush
Fruit larger than nickels! This is one of the best cranberries available! It produces the largest, reddest fruits of any cranberry and since it is native to the U.S. is highly adaptable and easy to grow...
American Elderberry Bush - 2 Pack
American Elderberry - BUNDLE OF 2 - A fast-growing shrub that can be used as a border that will provide an incredible flowering display. Summer blooms are 6"-10" wide clusters of small,...
Aronia Bush (2-3 feet)
Aronia's fruit is mostly used for making juice or wine. Beautiful fire-engine red foliage in fall increases its value as a landscape shrub. Grows 3-6' tall, Yields 10+ pounds of berries. Begins bearing...
Arrowwood Viburnum - Grows To 15', White flowers. Birds love blue-black fruit. Glossy red foliage in autumn. Good for background screen and wildlife habitat in any soil. Fast growing...
Black Chokeberry Tree
Aronia Melanocarpa - This small tree is a wonderful plant. The plant is beautiful and it produces edible fruit. The plant is native to here and grows very well. Aronia Melanocarpaa will grow to be around 6 feet...
Butterfly Bush (Mixed Colors)
Buddleia davidii ' -SOLD IN RANDOM COLORS! The Mixed Butterfly Bush has fragrant 8-10" flower spikes and grows 4-8' tall. A fragrant friend of butterflies and hummingbirds. One of the most prolific sources...
Forsythia Lynwood Gold Shrub
Forsythia x intermedia 'Lynwood Gold'This fast growing, hardy, early blooming large shrub or small tree signals the arrival of spring. Its yellow flowers bloom early in the spring before the leaves appear...
Japanese Rugosa Rose
Rosa RugosaGrowth to 6 Feet. Japanese Rugosa Rose with distinctive crinkled foliage. Extremely hardy. Adapts to a variety of sites and shows good salt tolerance. Dark pink flowers, 3-4 inches wide, strong fragrance. Fall...
June Berry Bush
Amelanchier canadensisGrowth to 25 feet, also known as Juneberry, Shadbush Serviceberry, thicket shadblow, shadbush, oblongleaf juneberry, downy serviceberry, Chuckle Berry, Currant-tree, Sugarplum. Masses of white, early...
Latin: Viburnum lentago
Other common names: blackhaw, sheepberry, sweet viburnum, wild raisinItem No: C1061-NV / Shipping Size: 1-2 FeetMature Height: 20 ft. a large shrub or small tree that often...
Northern Bayberry Bush (Pack of 2)
PACK OF 2 PLANTS - Grows to 12'. Wider than tall, Dense, deciduous shrub prized for aromatic and beautiful foliage. Female plants produce small, BB-sized waxy fruits. These plants are...
Lindera benzoinLatin: Other common names: Spicebush, Spicewood, Benjamin Bush, Northern Spicebush. Mature Height: a rounded, deciduous shrub, open form 8' to 12' tall, equal width. It has a long life span in comparison to...
Red Mulberry Bush
One of the most productive, adaptable, fast growing and trouble free trees available. Extra sweet, purple-black juicy fruit is great for pies and eating fresh. Morus rubra, commonly known as the red mulberry,...
Red Osier Dogwood Shrub
Growth To 10', Colorful all year. Grows rapidly to multi-stem shrub. Ideal for holding soil on steep banks. Correct botanical name is now Cornus sericea, not Cornus stolonifera. An upright, loose,...
Rose of Sharon Tree
Rose of Sharon (Also called Althea) has beautiful double blooms that appear in August-September in a blaze of red, pink, white or blue when few other shrubs are in bloom. Wonderful even for seaside...
Staghorn Sumac Tree
Other common names: velvet sumac, hairy sumac.Mature Height: 15 ftSoil / Climate: Grows well in low nutrient soils, sun and shade. Staghorn sumac grows in gardens, lawns, the edges of forests,...
Steeplebush Spirea Bush
Spirea tomentosa- is small, mounding, deciduous shrub that rarely grows taller than 5'. The stems are rigid and undivided. In late summer, these are terminated by dense, plume-shaped panicles of tiny pinkish flowers...
Rosa woodsii - Growth to 5 Feet. Flowers light pink to deep red. Small leaves. In our opinion a more refined plant than Rosa rugosa. Native in northwestern states. Item # L-7289-WR Shipping Size: 18-24...
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