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.

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.

This dwarf hydrangea will turn heads!  Bobo is a delightful plant that is engulfed by large white flowers in summer.  The flowers are held upright on strong stems, and continue to grow and lengthen as they bloom.  In fall they can turn pinkish.  It is an undeniable asset to any garden, particularly those in which space is limited.  It won the Gold Florall medal for best novelty plant.

Dense dark green foliage with large clusters of dark pink blooms marked with orange freckles in late spring. This broadleaf evergreen makes a great border accent or in mass planting. Developed by the University of Helsinki, Finland.

Low-growing compact mounding broadleaf evergreen shrub. Fuchsia coloured buds open to large funnel shaped shell pink blooms that age to white. Dark green foliage with a silvery underside. Developed by the University of Helsinki, Finland.

Broadly rounded evergreen grown for its profuse, enchanting purple red flowers in late spring. Handsome deep green foliage with silvery underside contrasts well with blooms. Developed by the University of Helsinki, Finland for its extreme hardiness.

Incrediball® is a Proven Winners introduction that is a spin off the Annabelle. The Incrediball®  has beefy stems and massive blooms and was bred to produce stronger stems and larger blooms. Incrediball®  is lightly fragrant and is stunning in the garden, as a cutflower or as a dried cutflower.

Superstar Spirea features showy clusters of pink flowers at the ends of the branches from late spring to late summer, which emerge from distinctive purple flower buds. It has attractive dark green foliage which emerges scarlet in spring. The small serrated pointy leaves are ornamentally significant and turn an outstanding coppery-bronze in the fall. This is an exciting smaller, naturally dwarf spirea that requires minimal pruning; new leaves start out scarlet, becoming dark green, then change to a brilliant bronze in fall.