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.

Invincibelle Mini Mauvette® hydrangea blooms every single year, even in cold climates and is impervious to bad pruning. It is the same type of hydrangea as the classic and much-loved 'Annabelle' but instead of plain white blooms, the flowers are a deep pink-mauve, and held up on strong, sturdy stems. The show begins in early summer and because Invincibelle Mini Mauvette is a rebloomer, it continues clear through frost for an endless supply of flowers for the landscape or vase (both fresh and dried!). 

Low Scape® Mound Aronia is a tough, tolerant, tidy little mound of glossy green foliage. In spring, it's covered in hundreds of dainty white flowers, and in autumn, the leaves turn brilliant red to contrast with dark purple-black fruit. The unique low-growing, mound-shaped habit of this new variety makes it perfect for mass planting as a ground cover or edging plant. Best of all, it thrives almost anywhere: cold climates and hot ones, wet soils and dry ones, sun and part shade. This native shrub will gracefully handle just about any landscape challenge you can throw at it!

Tiny Wine® Gold offers brilliant yellow new growth, small, refined foliage, and dozens of clusters of white-pink flowers in late spring. A bit smaller than your average ninebark, it's a colorful, easy-care choice for perennial gardens, foundation plantings, and other landscape features. Disease resistant and native to North America.

Golden Treasure is an exceptionally cold-tolerant dwarf birch. New growth appears in sunset hues of yellow, red, and orange. Cheerful chartreuse foliage carries the plant through the entire season. Allow to grow naturally, where its attractive, fan-like habit can be enjoyed, or prune it into a shape, like a low hedge. Golden Treasure is closely related to birch trees, but is a slow-growing dwarf variety that stays much smaller than its arborescent relatives.

The dark burgundy red flower buds of Invincibelle® Ruby open to a two-toned combination of bright ruby red and silvery pink. The foliage is extra dark and stems are strong, making this new hydrangea a gem in any garden. It is a strong rebloomer that will be an excellent addition to any garden. Like other smooth hydrangeas, it flowers on new growth and so blooms every year without fail.

Snow Dwarf is a mockorange cultivar that has a dwarf growing habit and blooms in spring with fragrant double white flowers. It has a compact, multi-stemmed, growing habit with upright, arching stems growing up to 2-3’ tall and as wide. The common name refers to the sweetly fragrant flowers which, in single form, generally resemble orange blossoms.

Thorny upright spreading shrub native to many parts of North America. Attractive silver foliage and white stemmed new growth. Small clusters of yellow-white flowers followed by orange-red berries that attract wildlife. Needs male and female plants for fruit set.

This 8-9' xeric shrub has sparkling, ferny silver leaves with a narrow, upright, arching habit. Produces 1" yellow flowers in spring followed by smooth, narrow, red seed pods in summer. This specimen offers a natural buffer for a hedge or windbreaker.

Lovely new golden Barberry with bright golden-yellow foliage with a slight orange cast. Nice dwarf compact form. Best colour in full sun. Great choice for small hedges or mixed into borders for showy colour contrast. Useful in Container as well.

Wonderful thorny shrub with deep crimson red foliage on compact rounded stems. Bright red berries in fall and winter. Foliage is best when planted in full sun. Excellent in Container, the border, foundation or as a small hedge barrier plant.

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