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Red Crepe Myrtle Red Crepe Myrtle
Red Crepe Myrtle
$39.99 $42.99
The Red Crepe Myrtle is a stunning deciduous tree highly valued for its colorful and showy flowers. This tree is widely used in landscapes for its vibrant red blossoms in summer and Fall (End of October). This product page will explore the shrub's unique features and its suitability for different landscape designs. Red Crepe Myrtle's Appearance They grow to 20-30 feet tall and wide and have a rounded, spreading habit. The tree has smooth, gray-brown bark that peels in thin sheets, revealing a soft, cream-colored layer beneath. The leaves are dark green, and in the Fall (End of October), they turn shades of orange, red, and yellow, adding a lovely autumnal touch to your landscape. However, the blossoms are the tree's most remarkable feature. They produce abundant clusters of deep red flowers covering the tree branches from mid-summer to early Fall (End of October), creating an eye-catching display. Red Crepe Myrtle's Maintenance They are easy to grow and maintain, making them an in-demand choice for homeowners and landscapers. They prefer well-drained soil and total sun exposure, though they can tolerate some shade. Once established, the tree is relatively drought-tolerant and does not require frequent watering. It is also resistant to pests and diseases, making it a low-maintenance addition to your landscape. Landscaping With Red Crepe Myrtle They are versatile trees in various landscape designs. Its vibrant flowers make it an excellent focal point or specimen tree in a front yard, while its spreading habit makes it ideal for shade and privacy screens. The tree's stunning autumn foliage adds dimension to the landscape design, making it a popular choice for seasonal interest. They are also an excellent tree for attracting birds, bees, and other pollinators to your yard. Red Crepe Myrtle's Benefits Red Crepe Myrtle is an exceptional tree that brings beauty, interest, and wildlife to your landscape. Its stunning red blossoms, low maintenance requirements, and adaptability make it an excellent addition to any home or commercial landscape design. Contact us today to learn more about our selection and how we can help you incorporate it into your landscape. It is a magical canopy. Your house becomes increasingly your home as you add your personal touches. As life changes, those personal touches change. A beautiful yard is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself and your family. As you come home, seeing the landscaping you designed and that you and your family work on can make the day’s stresses melt away in an instant. Adding these stunning, brilliant trees to complement the greenery will make your yard and garden pop from the end of the street. That bright canopy high above your lawn adds a dimension to your yard and gives it surprising depth. With this tree growing in your yard, you’ll feel like you’re in the magical land of your creation. They grow up to 25 feet and offer a 20-foot canopy of crimson that blankets the sky over your yard. They’re drought tolerant and mildew, pest, and disease resistant. Their beauty comes alive in the Spring and graces your yard through summer. They grow well in zones 7 through 9, enjoy full sun, are hardy down to 10° F, and reach their full height in about ten years. It’s a treat to step outside in the evening to water and tend your plants. After a day at the grind, spending time in a beautiful place of your creation is about as good as it gets. Give yourself the joy of a bright, vibrant yard that excites you and warms your heart every time you see it. Enjoy the pride of ownership and creation that a well-landscaped yard can foster. Make it powerfully unique with this tree. Give yourself the unequaled splendor of the trees. All our trees are shipped to the consumer in bare root form, helping to ensure that they arrive in excellent condition. They are trendy trees down south, and you will be happy to sit with one and let it cover a part of your yard. It has that nice color you hoped for, allowing you to add red before the fall. The beautiful thing about this tree is that you can use the myrtle to add color if you want something other than flowers or shrubs on your lawn. You can use this myrtle in the middle of the yard if that is what you want, or you can set up things around it. The bushes you use might seem a bit too bland, and you can get that color from the myrtle so much easier than if you were going to avoid a fence. You can create an excellent barrier around your property, and you will get interested in trimming these trees and ensuring they look much better. You also have to be sure that you have chosen the trees. They glisten this nice color, making it much easier for you to have myrtle because they stand up to the weather. They produce stunning bright flowers in the summer and are a beautiful addition to any landscape. They are a low-maintenance plant nicknamed the lilac of the south. Particular hybridization has brought some of the reddest of the red blossoms in the past few years. They require full sun and are relatively drought-tolerant. Red Crepe Myrtle grows 20 feet high and can grow as much as five feet annually. Different varieties are needed for different hardiness zones, but they can generally be found in U.S. Hardiness Zones 6-10. Go with red to ensure you have made the right choices for your lawn. They seem lovely purple and red; sometimes, when you let them mature, they turn slightly brown.
Dwarf Sumac Dwarf Sumac
Dwarf Sumac
$34.99
Dwarf Sumac trees, also known as Rhus copallinum, are small deciduous shrubs belonging to the Anacardiaceae family. They are native to the eastern United States and can be found from Florida to New England. They grow in various habitats, including woodlands, rocky slopes, and open fields. Dwarf Sumac's Growth The trees typically grow up to 4 to 6 feet tall, making them ideal for small gardens or border plantings. They have a spreading growth habit, rounded shape, and delicate texture. The trees' leaves are dark green and glossy, turning bright red or orange in the Fall (End of October), adding a beautiful display of color to any landscape. Dwarf Sumac Attractive Flowers The trees are also known for their attractive flowers and fruit. In late spring and early summer, the flowers are small and greenish-yellow. These flowers give way to small, bright red fruit clusters that ripen in late summer and persist throughout Fall (End of October). These berries are a favorite food source for birds, making the tree an excellent choice for attracting wildlife to your garden. Dwarf Sumac Is Relatively Low Maintenance One of the trees' unique features is their ability to thrive in a wide range of soil types, including poor, dry, or sandy soils. Once established, they are relatively low maintenance. The trees can be pruned in early Spring 2024 to maintain their shape and remove dead or damaged wood. Dwarf Sumac's Benefits Dwarf Sumac trees are an excellent choice for gardeners looking for a small, colorful, low-maintenance landscape shrub. With their stunning Fall (End of October) foliage, attractive flowers, and berries that attract wildlife, they will surely be a standout addition to any garden.
Natchez Crepe Myrtle Natchez Crepe Myrtle
Natchez Crepe Myrtle
$39.99
The Natchez Crepe Myrtle, scientifically known as Lagerstroemia indica x fauriei 'Natchez,' is a stunning ornamental tree that can add a touch of elegance and beauty to any landscape. This tree is widely recognized for its striking white blooms, smooth bark, and vibrant green leaves that turn a golden hue in the fall. This article will discuss the tree's characteristics, growing conditions, and maintenance. Natchez Crepe Myrtle's Characteristics The tree can grow up to 20-30 feet in height and spread to a width of 15-25 feet. It blooms in mid-summer with large, showy white flowers tinged with pink. The bark is smooth and cinnamon-colored, which exfoliates to reveal a lighter, cream-colored bark underneath. Its leaves are rich green, turning to golden yellow in the fall. The tree is relatively drought-tolerant and resistant to pests and diseases. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Growing Conditions The tree thrives in well-drained, slightly acidic soil rich in organic matter. It requires sun exposure for at least 6 hours daily to produce abundant flowers. This tree can tolerate drought conditions but needs regular watering during its first year of growth. It is hardy in USDA zones 7-10, which means it can withstand temperatures as low as 0°F. Natchez Crepe Myrtle's Maintenance It is relatively low-maintenance and requires little trimming. It can be trimmed in late winter to maintain its shape and remove damaged or diseased wood. Pruning should be done sparingly to avoid stimulating new growth, which can reduce the number of flowers produced. This tree benefits from fertilization once a year in the early spring using a slow-release fertilizer. Natchez Crepe Myrtle's Stunning Appearance Natchez Crepe Myrtle blooms during the summer. The soft, small flowers grow in white clusters and create a beautiful contrast against the glossy dark green leaves. The leaves continue to be pleasing to the eyes as they change to a rich red-orange during fall. Another attractive feature of this decorative tree is the smooth cinnamon-colored bark that peels on its own, giving it a rustic and appealing look. The tree grows at a moderate pace and can grow to a height of twenty feet and a width of twenty feet. This particular tree has a unique growth pattern that makes it appear to be a shrub rather than a tree. The tree's base is usually significantly shorter than the branches if the base even forms. The branches grow upwards more than outwards and create a thick, symmetrical canopy. The matter in which this tree grows and its attractive features have made it a favorite in private landscaping. It has especially become famous as a natural divider to provide privacy to yards. The beautiful contrast of colors has also made it a favorite as a simple lawn decoration. It is primarily a southern-dwelling plant that can grow in moderately warm coastal environments. It grows best in average, well-drained soils with plenty of direct sunlight. Once planted, it is best to water the crepe myrtle regularly to help establish a robust root system. Once the root system has developed enough in the soil, the tree only needs to be watered occasionally unless there is intense heat. Natchez Crepe Myrtle is easy to care for once mature enough, only requiring pruning in late winter. The tree also has adequate resistance to pollutants, diseases, and insects, thus making the tree more durable than its delicate appearance.
Cherokee Chief Dogwood Cherokee Chief Dogwood
Cherokee Chief Dogwood
$34.99
Cherokee Chief Dogwood, also known as Cornus florida 'Rubra,' is a small deciduous tree native to eastern North America. It typically grows to a height of 20-30 feet and has a spread of 25-30 feet. The tree is prized for its showy pink or red flowers that bloom in early Spring 2024, followed by bright red fruit that ripens in the Fall (End of October). Cherokee Chief Dogwood Is A Low Maintenance Tree The Tree is relatively easy to grow and prefers moist, well-drained soil in partial shade to full sun. It can live in various soil types and pH levels but requires adequate moisture to thrive. Pruning is usually only necessary to remove dead or damaged wood or to shape the tree. Cherokee Chief Dogwood's Uses Besides its ornamental value, the Tree is also used in landscaping as a screen or hedge or as an accent tree in small yards or gardens. It is also famous for wildlife gardens, as the fruit is a favorite of birds and other small mammals. Cherokee Chief Dogwood Is Known For Its Unique Blossoms The flowering tree is aboriginal to North America and is known for its unique blossoms. The Cherokee people have a solid cultural and historical connection to the land and the natural world, and the Dogwood tree holds special significance in folklore and traditions.The tree is often associated with strength and resilience. The tree was once tall and robust, but it was cut down and used to make the cross on which Jesus Christ was crucified. In response, God transformed the tree so that it would never grow tall and strong again, but instead would always grow as a small and delicate tree, with four white petals symbolizing the four points of the cross, a red center representing the blood of Christ, and each petal tipped with a dent meaning the nails that were used in the crucifixion. Cherokee Chief Dogwood's Beautiful Appearance It is among the most beautiful Native American flowering trees. The classic four-petal flowers are bright white and will attract birds, butterflies, and the human eye. They are slow to medium-growing trees that will mature to a height of twenty-five feet and are multi-stemmed deciduous with many flower-filled branches. When planted, they must be spaced twenty-five to thirty feet apart and require a pretty sunny spot, though they can handle a little shade. It does well in cold zones five and warmer and can tolerate a heat zone up to nine, making it one of the hardier flowering trees. They will thrive better with good mulch around the root zone in winter. Cherokee Chief Dogwood retains its beauty all year round with an appealing light-colored bark. It produces abundant white flowers in the spring and vibrant green leaves throughout the summer. When the cooler months of fall come around, it has bright red ornamental berries and deep crimson to purple leaves. The tree grows in a slight pyramid shape with broader horizontal growth and a flatter top, making it a good shade tree that will make you feel like you're sitting in a fairy forest during the blooming months. The ground clearance is about four feet, so little ones will love playing under the low-lying branches. This princess will look fabulous against a forest or woodland backdrop as this is their native habitat, but are equally stunning as a centerpiece to a backyard landscape. Though this little beauty is a hardy tree, she will need rich, well-drained, acidic soil and adequate precipitation. The tree would be an excellent landscaping choice, with a larger space to show off in splendor and beauty. They are a beautiful ornamental tree native to North America. The trees are outstanding plants, their beauty dazzling the eye year-round. Blooming time, if any, is in the spring; the colorful pink to red-blooms appear just before the leaves. In the summer, it has a lovely green foliage, and by fall, the leaves turn a beautiful scarlet to bronze color. Bright berries appear in the late fall and early winter. These colors are most vibrant in 5b to 8a hardy zones. The tree's mature height is 20-25 feet. The spread is 12 -15 feet. The spread is upright at the crown. The mature height can be affected by where it is planted. This tree needs some space to grow to its full potential. Hardy zones 5-8 are the best suited, but they can be grown anywhere with a good water source. Its blooming time, if any, is in the spring, and it looks fantastic against evergreens. The tree, also known as the flowering tree, is considered one of the most beautiful trees native to America. Cherokee Chief Dogwood is the most common ornamental tree among homeowners and gardeners and is excellent for accenting yards or providing shade. The small deciduous tree blooms in early spring with small flower clusters surrounded by white petals resembling bracts. Full or partial sun is recommended when choosing a place to plant and grow this tree. The tree leaves are dark green and oval. The leaves turn spectacular shades of red during the fall. The tree produces red fruits that are bitter and not for human consumption but are enjoyed by birds. The fruits ripen during the late summer until the early fall.
Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Muskogee Crepe Myrtle
Muskogee Crepe Myrtle
$39.99
Are you looking for a show-stopping plant that will add vibrant color and texture to your garden? Look no further than the Muskogee Crepe Myrtle! This stunning deciduous tree boasts eye-catching lavender blooms and smooth, cinnamon-colored bark that exfoliates to reveal a beautiful, textured surface. Muskogee Crepe Myrtle's Stunning Blooms The tree is renowned for its stunning lavender blooms that appear mid-summer and last well into Fall (End of October). Each flower cluster can contain hundreds of individual blooms, creating a spectacular display of vibrant color. The tree's cinnamon-colored bark provides an eye-catching contrast to the blooms, and the bark's unique exfoliating pattern creates a textured surface that adds visual interest. The Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Is Easy to Grow and Maintain Despite its impressive appearance, the tree is surprisingly easy to grow and maintain. It is a relatively fast-growing tree that can reach up to 30 feet tall but can be pruned to maintain a smaller size. The tree is also resistant to most common pests and diseases, making it a low-maintenance choice for your landscape. Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Is Very Versatile and Adaptable Whether you're looking to plant the tree as a standalone specimen or incorporate it into a mixed border or hedgerow, this versatile tree is up to the task. It can be planted in various soil types and is tolerant of heat, drought, and humidity. With proper care and attention, it can thrive in almost any garden or landscape setting.Ready to add the tree to your landscape? Order yours today and enjoy this beautiful tree's beautiful blooms and textured bark. With its ease of maintenance and versatility, the tree will become a treasured addition to your garden for years. Muskogee Crepe Myrtle's Characteristics Lavender Crepe Myrtle In zones 7-9, grown in well-drained soil and full sun, Lavender Crepe Myrtle can achieve heights of 25' with a canopy of 15-20'. Individual cultivars have some variations on mature size; the famous "Muskogee" fits this description and is widely known for its beauty. Some cities have these trees lining the streets, and the sight is breathtaking when in bloom. These trees are indeed the quintessential tree of the south. As attractive as the flowers are, they are only one reason to plant Lavander Crepe myrtle. The foliage during the summer is a rich, glossy green, which is a perfect background for the magnificent blooms. But the show continues into autumn. The foliage has vibrant shades of red and orange, so this tree is popular with homeowners. This tree continues to provide interest even into winter as the bark, in many cultivars, is very attractive. The bark will peel in mature trees, a perfectly normal process for this tree. The trunk and branches take on different hues of color, making Lavander Crepe Myrtle a tree for all seasons. This tree is easy to grow and proliferates. If planted in an area that allows for its eventual size, pruning is unnecessary and will allow for a showier bark pattern to emerge. It does best in lightly acid-to-acid soil; water needs are low to average once established. It does need to be planted in full sun. This is a homeowner's dream as it shows resistance to disease and drought. Even the gardener's nemesis, deer, doesn't find this tree very palatable, making this an attractive solution to the problem of uninvited guests devouring the landscape. Muskogee Crepe Myrtles can be a focal point in a perennial garden. They are stunning in mass plantings, such as street trees or lining a winding driveway. Equally at home in the front or backyard, they provide an all-season canvas of color. These trees bring grace and beauty wherever planted in rural, suburban, or large cities. Some cities have these trees lining the streets, and the sight is breathtaking when in bloom. These trees are indeed the quintessential tree of the south. As attractive as the flowers are, they are only one reason to plant Lavander Crepe myrtle. The foliage during the summer is a rich, glossy green, which is a perfect background for the magnificent blooms. But the show continues into autumn. This tree continues to provide interest even into winter as the bark, in many cultivars, is very attractive. The bark will peel in mature trees, a perfectly normal process for this tree. The trunk and branches take on different hues of color, making Lavander Crepe Myrtle a tree for all seasons. This tree is easy to grow and proliferates. If planted in an area that allows for its eventual size, pruning is unnecessary and will allow for a showier bark pattern to emerge. It does best in lightly acid-to-acid soil; water needs are low to average once established. It does need to be planted in full sun. This is a homeowner's dream as it is resistant to disease and drought. Even the gardener's nemesis, deer, doesn't find this tree very palatable, making it an attractive solution to the problem of uninvited guests devouring the landscape. These trees can be featured in a perennial garden as a focal point. Muskogee Crepe Myrtle is stunning in mass plantings, such as street trees or lining a winding driveway. Equally at home in the front or backyard, they provide an all-season canvas of color. These trees bring grace and beauty wherever planted in rural, suburban, or large cities.
Green Giant Arborvitae Green Giant Arborvitae
Green Giant Arborvitae
$18.99
If you're seeking an easy option to add privacy to your landscape, look no further than the Green Giant Arborvitae. These beautiful evergreens are fast-growing, low-maintenance, and offer year-round screening for your property. Green Giant Arborvitae's Appearance and Size They are an impressive tree, reaching heights of 60 feet and widths of up to 20 feet. Its dense, pyramid-shaped growth habit gives it a stately appearance, perfect for lining driveways or creating a natural fence line. The foliage is a vibrant green color that retains its color throughout the year, making it an attractive addition to any landscape. Growth and Maintenance Of The Green Giant Arborvitae A good thing about the trees is their fast growth rate. They can reach up to three feet tall per year, making them ideal if you're looking for a quick resolution to your privacy needs. They're also low-maintenance, requiring only occasional watering and pruning to keep their shape and size in check. Green Giant Arborvitae Uses It is a versatile tree that can be used in various ways. Plant them along the perimeter of your property to create a natural privacy screen, or use them as a backdrop for other plants in your landscape. They also make excellent windbreaks, providing anatural barrier against harsh winds. Planting Green Giant Arborvitae When planting them, choosing a location with plenty of sunlight and well-drained soil is essential. They prefer slightly acidic soil, so you, in Spring 2024, need to amend it if it's too alkaline. Plant them at least 5 feet apart to allow for their rapid growth and to ensure they have plenty of space to spread out.Overall, the Green Giant Arborvitae is an excellent choice for anyone looking to add privacy to their landscape. With its fast growth rate, low-maintenance needs, and attractive appearance, it's no wonder it's becoming a popular choice among homeowners and landscapers alike. Try it and see why it is the perfect privacy solution for your property. Homeowners looking to add some greenery to their landscaping can go right with the tree. As a bonus, the tree is also incredibly low-maintenance and requires little attention once established. Homeowners can reap the many benefits of this tree in their landscape, such as providing year-round beauty, creating privacy, and adding texture. They are stunningly beautiful evergreen trees that benefit homeowners. First and foremost, this tree is stunningly beautiful and offers year-round greenery, which is especially important in the winter when many other trees are bare. When fully grown, the tree provides a beautiful texture and color in the landscape and offers excellent privacy. This tree overgrows and can be pruned into a dense shape, creating a wall of evergreen foliage that can help hide any unappealing aspects of your property. Landscaping Tips for Homeowners When landscaping with a tree, homeowners should first decide where to place the tree in the landscape. Because this tree proliferates and has a dense growth habit, it's best to plant the Arborvitae near the back or sides of the yard. Selecting the right Green Giant Arborvitae size for your yard is essential, as these trees come in various sizes to fit any landscaping need. When properly planting the tree, homeowners should dig a ditch twice as wide and as deep as the tree's container. Next, add compost-based soil that contains nutrients and organic material. For added soil enrichment, homeowners can mix in compost, organic fertilizer, and organic matter. When landscaping with it, homeowners can enjoy all the benefits this stunning evergreen tree provides. First and foremost, the Arborvitae is a stunningly beautiful evergreen tree that provides year-round greenery, which is especially important in the winter when many other trees are bare. In addition, the Arborvitae offers excellent privacy in the landscape.
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Carolina Allspice Carolina Allspice
Carolina Allspice
$39.99 $27.99
Carolina Allspice, also known as sweetshrub or strawberry bush, is a deciduous shrub native to the southeastern United States. Its scientific name is Calycanthus floridus, which belongs to the Calycanthaceae family. Carolina Allspice's Flowers It is a relatively small shrub that typically grows to about 6-9 feet in height and width. The main attraction of this plant is its flowers, which appear in late Spring 2024 or early summer. The flowers are deep reddish-brown and shaped like a small, cupped bowl. They are very fragrant and have a spicy, sweet scent that resembles the smell of all spices, hence the common name. Carolina Allspice's Uses It is a low-maintenance plant that is tolerant of many soil conditions as long as it is well-drained. It is often used in landscapes as a specimen plant or in mixed borders, and its flowers are also popular in the cut flower trade. Additionally, the leaves and bark of it are sometimes used in herbal medicine for their aromatic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is native to the United States and parts of Mexico. The plant gets its common name, "sweetshrub," because of its flowers' sweet, spicy fragrance, which resembles the scent of allspice. The scientific name means "Florida cup-flower." It is a member of the Calycanthaceae family, which contains about ten species of shrubs and small trees. The flowers can range from maroon to reddish-brown and bloom in late Spring 2024 or early summer. The plant's leaves and bark have been used in traditional medicine for their anti-inflammatory, astringent, and soothing properties. It is a popular ornamental plant often used in landscaping as a specimen plant or in mixed borders. It is relatively easy to grow and tolerates many conditions as long as the soil is well-drained. It is hardy in USDA zones 5-9, which can withstand temperatures as low as -20°F (-29°C). Its medicinal and ornamental uses have also been used in perfumes, soaps, and other products because of its pleasant fragrance. There are many reasons to purchase this plant, such as its blooming seasons and ease of growing. It's hard not to love these plants when you see them in their unique colors! Carolina Allspice Benefits Carolina Allspice is excellent for making a centerpiece or a bouquet. Their bright blooms make your house look beautiful. The Bushes also thrive in the heat, so you can plant them anywhere in the United States, and they will grow happily! Use it to decorate your home for holidays like Christmas and Easter. Various colors are available, so you can always find one that best fits your occasion. If you want an everlasting memory of an event to occur, get a Bush for your house. A cool-season plant, this spicebush grows well in the heat. It is easy to grow, so you can even plant it in a pot and then bring the pot indoors until you have enough plants. It needs a lot of sun, so it is best grown in an area without shade. Carolina Allspice's Bloom Carolina Allspice is a flowering shrub that can bloom at any time of the year. It may bloom in the fall with its beautiful colors, but it also blooms in the spring when the temperatures are warmer. The Bushes may bloom at any time of the year, so you can always find one for any occasion. They are prone to thrive in both wet and dry conditions and love the heat. The great thing about them is that they sell at low prices and ship Nationwide.    
Northern Spice Bush Northern Spice Bush
Northern Spice Bush
$39.99
Northern Spice Bush, or Lindera benzoin, is a native shrub from the laurel family. This plant is found throughout the eastern United States, growing in shaded areas of woodlands, forests, and wetlands. It is an excellent addition to any landscape, with its fragrant leaves and colorful fruit.  Northern Spice Bush's Characteristics It can grow to 6-12 feet tall and has a spreading habit. The leaves are alternate, simple, and ovate, with a glossy texture and a pale green color. The flowers are small and yellow-green and appear in early Spring 2024 before the leaves. The fruit is a bright red, oblong drupe attractive to birds and other wildlife. Northern Spice Bush's Cultural Significance Native American tribes have used the shrub for medicinal purposes for centuries. The plant's bark, leaves, and berries were used to treat various ailments, including colds, fever, and rheumatism. The plant has culinary uses; its leaves and twigs can flavor food. Growing Conditions For The Northern Spice Bush Northern Spice Bush prefers well-drained soils rich in organic matter. It thrives in partially shaded areas but can also tolerate full sun. This plant is relatively easy to grow and maintain, making it an ideal choice for gardeners of all skill levels. Northern Spice Bush's Landscaping Uses An attractive plant can be used as a landscape hedge, border, or specimen plant. Its fragrant leaves and colorful fruit make it a standout addition to any garden. The plant's dense growth habit also makes it an excellent choice for creating privacy in outdoor spaces.The shrub is a versatile and attractive plant that can add color and fragrance to any landscape. Its medicinal and culinary uses have been an essential plant in Native American culture for centuries. Whether used as a hedge, border, or specimen plant, it is an excellent choice for gardeners looking to add beauty and function to their outdoor spaces. Make sure to plant the shrub close to a walkway where passers-by can brush against the leaves and enjoy the fragrance that gives the plant its name. Every part of this shrub has a beautiful aroma, from the leaves to the flowers to the bark. The shrub is a deciduous bush that grows from 6 to 12 feet high and has a wider spread than it is tall. It’s found naturally along streams and in wet woods in eastern North America. It is a dioecious plant, meaning it’s either male or female. If the gardener wants the shrub to produce red, olive-shaped fruit, it must plant male and female plants together. It blooms from March to May and has fragrant green-yellow flowers along its branches. Somewhat unusually, the male flowers are more significant and showier than the female flowers. The bush likes full sun but can tolerate even deep shade. It is best to plant it in full sun in the northern areas of its range and partial shade in the southern regions. The shrub has a denser habit in full sun and a more open one in the shade. It needs medium watering and doesn’t need pampering, though when the shrub is first transplanted, the fibrous roots need to stay moist. The soil needs to be rich but well-drained, well-aerated and acidic. Northern Spice Bush leaves are thick, oblong, or oval and about 5 inches long. At first, they are light green, but then they turn buttery yellow in the fall. Besides being planted around walkways, it is excellent as a hedge or rain garden. The berries attract birds, and they’re a host plant for the caterpillar of the beautiful shrub swallowtail butterfly. Besides that, the shrub has few problems with pests or diseases.
Elderberry Bush Elderberry Bush
Elderberry Bush
$39.99
Elderberry bushes are deciduous shrubs native to Europe, Asia, and North America. They are often found in wetland areas and can grow up to 10 feet tall. The bush is a part of the honeysuckle family, and its scientific name is Sambucus nigra. Elderberry Bush Attracts Pollinators The Elderberry Bush produces clusters of small white or cream-colored flowers in late Spring or early summer 2024. These flowers are highly fragrant and attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The flowers also produce elderflower cordial, a sweet and refreshing drink famous in many countries. Medicinal Uses Of Elderberry Bush After the flowers fade, the bush produces small, dark berries about the size of a pea. These berries are high in vitamin C and antioxidants and have been used for centuries in traditional medicine to treat various ailments. Today, supplements and syrups are popular natural remedies for colds and flu. Elderberry Bush's Other Uses Elderberries are also used in cooking, in addition to their medicinal properties. Their tart flavor pairs well with sweet dishes and can be used to make jams, jellies, and pies. Elderberries also flavor alcoholic beverages, such as wine and liqueurs. Elderberry Bush Is Low-maintenance Elderberry bushes are hardy, low-maintenance plants that can quickly grow in many climates. They prefer moist soil and full sun but can also tolerate partial shade. The bushes are propagated by cuttings or by dividing established plants.
Green Mountain Boxwood Green Mountain Boxwood
Green Mountain Boxwood
$28.99
Green Mountain Boxwood, scientifically known as Buxus sempervirens 'Green Mountain,' is a widely popular evergreen shrub in the Buxaceae family. It is a low-maintenance plant, making it a favorite among gardeners and homeowners. This article will discuss this stunning shrub in detail, including its characteristics, care requirements, and uses in landscaping. Green Mountain Boxwood's Characteristics  It is a slow-growing shrub that typically reaches a height of 3-4 feet and a width of 2-3 feet. It has a dense, upright growth habit, with dark green, glossy leaves that are small and ovate. The leaves are retained throughout the year, making it an excellent plant for adding structure and color to a landscape during winter. The plant also produces small, inconspicuous, creamy white flowers in the Spring of 2024, which give way to brown capsules in the Fall (End of October). Green Mountain Boxwood's Care Requirements Green Mountain Boxwood is a relatively low-maintenance plant that prefers well-drained soil and partial shade to total sun exposure. Once established, it is drought-tolerant, but regular watering is necessary during the first few growing seasons. Fertilizing once a year with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer is recommended, preferably in the Spring of 2024 before new growth appears. Pruning can be done in late winter or early Spring 2024 to maintain the plant's shape and size. Green Mountain Boxwood Uses in Landscaping  It is a versatile plant used in various landscaping applications. It is often used as a formal hedge, as its dense growth habit and slow growth rate make it an excellent choice for creating a well-defined edge. It can also be used as a specimen plant in a container or mass to create a low-maintenance border. Its small size makes it a good choice for planting in foundation plantings, along walkways, and in smaller gardens. Benefits Of Green Mountain Boxwood Green Mountain Boxwood is a highly desirable evergreen shrub prized for its low maintenance, year-round foliage, and versatility in landscaping. It is an excellent choice for homeowners and gardeners looking for an easy-to-care-for plant that adds structure and color to their landscape. With proper care and maintenance, It can thrive for many years and continue to provide beauty and functionality to any garden or landscape.
Green Velvet Boxwood Green Velvet Boxwood
Green Velvet Boxwood
$28.99
Green Velvet Boxwood is a popular plant among landscapers and gardeners. Its scientific name is Buxus 'Green Velvet.' It is a broad-leaf evergreen shrub in the Buxaceae family. Green Velvet Boxwood's Growth Rate It is known for its dense, compact habitat and deep green foliage. It is a slow-growing plant that can reach a height of 3 to 4 feet and a width of 48 inches. It is a popular choice for hedges, borders, and mass plantings. Green Velvet Boxwood Appearance and Features Green Velvet Boxwood has an attractive and distinct appearance. Its leaves are small, glossy, and oval-shaped, and their dark green color remains consistent throughout the year. The leaves are smooth and finely textured, giving the plant a velvety look. The plant's branches are thin and flexible, making them easy to shape and prune. The plant produces small, insignificant flowers in late Spring 2024 or early summer. Green Velvet Boxwood Growing Conditions It is a versatile plant that can grow in various conditions. It prefers full sun and well-draining soil. Avoid planting in areas with standing water or poorly drained soil. Once established, the plant is drought-tolerant but benefits from regular watering during prolonged dry spells. It is hardy to USDA zones 5 to 9. Green Velvet Boxwood Maintenance and Pruning Green Velvet Boxwood is a low-maintenance plant that requires minimal care. Regular pruning is beneficial for maintaining its shape and size. The best time to trim is early Spring 2024 before the new blossoming appears. Sharp pruning tools are essential to avoid damaging the plant. It responds well to shearing and can be shaped into formal hedges or topiaries.
Red Chokeberry Red Chokeberry
Red Chokeberry
$34.99
Are you looking for a plant that adds vibrant color to your landscape and provides ecological benefits? Look no further than the Red Chokeberry (Aronia arbutifolia). This hardy shrub is native to North America and boasts many features that make it an excellent choice for homeowners and landscapers. Red Chokeberry's Appearance They get their name from their striking scarlet-red fruit, which appears in clusters on the plant in late summer and early Fall (End of October). The plant's leaves are glossy green during summer and take on shades of yellow, orange, and red in the autumn, making it an excellent choice for adding seasonal interest to your landscape. Red Chokeberry's Benefits In addition to their aesthetic appeal, they also provide various ecological benefits. Its flowers provide an important nectar source for pollinators, while its fruit is a valuable food source for birds and other wildlife. The plant's roots also help prevent soil erosion and improve water quality by filtering pollutants. Red Chokeberry's Requirements The shrub is a relatively low-maintenance shrub, making it an outstanding choice for homeowners and landscapers who want to add visual interest to their landscape without much fuss. It prefers well-drained soil and can tolerate a range of soil types, including sandy and clay soils. It is also drought-tolerant once established, making it an excellent choice for areas withhot, dry summers. Red Chokeberry Uses In Landscape  They are versatile plants used in various landscape designs. They work well as a border or hedgerow plant, providing a natural barrier between different areas of your landscape. They can also be planted in a mass to create a bold statement or used as a focal point in a mixed planting bed.If you're looking for a beautiful and beneficial plant, the Red Chokeberry is an excellent choice. Its striking color, ecological benefits, and low-maintenance requirements make it a perfect addition to any landscape design. It is a perennial shrub that grows up to 12 feet tall and has something for the eye each season. In the spring, these plants begin as numerous flat white flowers with five petals and bright red anthers.  Throughout the summer, their foliage turns to a dark, glossy green, which gives way to a deep reddish orange in the fall. Red, pear-shaped berries also appear in the fall. This plant's reddish-brown bark and bright red berries add color to the winter's snowy landscape throughout December and January.  The shrubs grow in colonies that can become quite large. Many use these shrubs to add a naturalistic feel to their landscapes. While the berries last through winter, they do not seem a staple to much wildlife. They are only occasionally eaten by songbirds, game birds, and reportedly by bears. These plants are available commercially or can be propagated by softwood cuttings or seed.  Hormone treatments are not needed for softwood cuttings to root. The seeds will be removed and collected from the ripened fruit in mid-autumn. Although, the fruits can be allowed to dry with the seeds inside. The plants use a high volume of water and need plenty of sunlight to grow to their full potential.  They grow best in moist, rich soils with an acidic pH of less than 6.8. These plants bloom their many white flowers in early May and bear fruit throughout the fall and winter months. They keep their dense foliage throughout the spring and summer months.  Red Chokeberry is tall and deciduous, averaging 6-8 feet tall and wide. It thrives in winter, fall, and spring and has beautiful white blossoms. It also yields small tart fruit. To keep this shrub healthy, it should be planted in moist, well-drained soil and receive partial to full sunlight.
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Forsythia Forsythia
Forsythia
$39.99 $26.99
Forsythia is a genus of deciduous shrubs belonging to the olive family Oleaceae. The plants are native to eastern Asia, including China, Korea, and Japan. It is widely grown as an ornamental plant for its yellow flowers, which typically bloom in early Spring 2024 before the leaves emerge. The flowers are bell-shaped and occur in clusters along the length of the branches. Forsythia Is Relatively Easy To Grow It is a hardy plant that prefers full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. It is relatively easy to grow and can tolerate a range of soil types and pH levels. The shrub can be pruned to maintain a desired shape and size, and it is often used in hedges or as a specimen plant in gardens and landscapes. Forsythia's Traditional Medical Uses It has been used in traditional medicine for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. It is also used in homeopathy to treat various ailments, including colds, flu, and sore throat. A, it is essential to note that the efficacy and safety of these uses have yet to be fully established by scientific research. Uses Of Forsythia Ornamental plant: It is widely grown as an ornamental plant for its bright yellow flowers, which are a welcome sight in early Spring 2024. It can be used as a specimen plant, a hedge, or mass plantings. Traditional medicine: Traditional Chinese medicine has been used for centuries to treat different conditions, including fever, inflammation, and infections. It is often combined with other herbs to create formulas for various ailments. Homeopathy: It is also used in homeopathy to treat various conditions, including colds, flu, and sore throat. Homeopathic remedies from it are often combined with other remedies to create personalized treatment plans. Culinary: Its flowers make tea and a sweet syrup called omija-cheong in Korea. The tea is said to taste refreshing and is often served chilled. Environmental: It is sometimes used in landscaping to prevent erosion on steep slopes. Its extensive root system helps to hold soil in place and prevent it from washing away. Forsythia In Your Landscape Have you considered using Forsythia in landscaping your yard or garden? With its brilliant yellow flowers, this inexpensive bush affords beauty and privacy for a meager cost. It can be planted on hills and banks to prevent erosion. It won't harm animals if they eat it, and you can eat it yourself. The fruit and flowers have been used in cooking and natural remedies for centuries. The vines can be used in crafts. Some varieties grow as tall as ten feet. Dwarf types shrubs, only a foot high, can be used as a border hedge. It comes from China and is a member of the olive family. It was once popular to the point of becoming familiar, almost like a weed. It fell out of favor with homeowners because of its size and unruliness unless pruned regularly. However, the plant's beauty and usefulness are worth a little planning and extra effort. Planted in the right place, it need not be pruned at all. Plant it in rich, well-drained soil. Keep it mulched and well-watered. It needs at least six hours of full sun daily. Could you give it a good soak every two weeks in intense heat and drought? Prune off the very oldest branches after the spring blossoms have all dropped off before new buds begin forming. In frigid winters, put some shelter around it. If you want to avoid prune, plant it along the edge of your property, where it can be a backdrop for other plants and flowers. Smaller shrubs can be planted along paths and around porches. Forsythia put out suckers that take root in the ground. Use these to "clone" new plants. You can also root a green vine in water to which a few drops of fertilizer have been added. Ask the expert at your local nursery how best to care for It in your climate zone.
Black Haw Viburnum Black Haw Viburnum
Black Haw Viburnum
$39.99
Black Haw Viburnum, also known as Viburnum prunifolium, is a deciduous shrub native to the eastern United States. It is a member of the Adoxaceae family, commonly found in woodlands, thickets, and along streams. The shrub typically grows 12-15 feet tall and wide and has a rounded shape. It has beautiful clusters of white flowers in the Spring of 2024 and dark blue-dark berries in the Fall (End of October) that attract birds. The leaves are green and turn red to purple in the Fall (End of October). Black Haw Viburnum's Benefits The shrub is a popular landscape plant due to its attractive appearance and ease of care. It prefers moist, well-drained soils and partial shade to full sun. It is also tolerant of a wide range of soil types and pH levels. Black Haw Viburnum's Requirements It is a hardy plant that can tolerate various growing conditions but prefers well-drained soil and full to partial sun exposure. It prefers well-drained, slightly acidic soil. It can tolerate light conditions but prefers full to partial sun exposure. Choose a planting location that receives at least six hours of direct sunlight daily. The plant is 6 to 8 feet from buildings and other structures. It is native to the eastern United States and is hardy in USDA zones 3 to 9. It can tolerate cold winters and hot summers. Companion plants look excellent when planted alongside native shrubs and trees such as dogwood, serviceberry, and redbud. They also attract pollinators such as butterflies, so consider planting them near other plants that benefit from pollination. It is a versatile shrub that can adapt to various growing conditions. With proper care and planting, it can thrive in your landscape and provide year-round interest with its beautiful foliage, flowers, and fruit. Black Haw Viburnum is a shrubby tree that grows from 12 to 15 feet high and canopy 6 to 12 feet wide when left unpruned. When pruned to a single stem and developed as a tree, it reaches 30 feet and has a canopy 20 feet wide. It is a native plant that grows well in Zones 3 through 9. It prefers full sun to partial shade, with sunnier locations producing bushes with more abundant flowers and fruit. The tree prefers well-drained soil that is amended with compost and organic material. This drought-resistant tree grows well during hot weather when watered regularly. In landscaping, it is an ornamental used to create borders, privacy screens, and diverse garden bed displays. Black Haw Viburnum's Uses It is suitable for planting in dense clusters to create privacy screens. In spring, it produces clusters of white flowers that attract bees and butterflies, while birds are attracted to the berries that ripen in autumn. The berries are edible and are often used to make jams. Autumn produces vivid foliage with bronze, red, and purple leaves. Black Haw Viburnum's Appearance It has an irregular, mounded shape and dark green, obovate leaves. The glossy leaves appear opposite each other on the branches. The dense branches are packed with abundant twigs, while the brown bark is rough and has an alligator skin pattern. In summer, the tree produces noticeable buds. To avoid removing new buds, prune the Black Haw Viburnum immediately after the blooms fall off in spring or summer. Its berries are light green when they appear in early summer and gradually ripen to blue or black in autumn. The berries may shrivel during autumn or winter. This low-growing shrub performs well when placed in a group of other trees and shrubs to provide a decorative, screened border for a yard.
Witch Hazel Witch Hazel
Witch Hazel
$39.99
The Useful Witch Hazel Witch Hazel is a versatile shrub that is an excellent addition to any landscape. It is native to North America and has been used for medicinal purposes. In addition to its medicinal properties, it is also a popular ornamental plant. It features unique yellow or orange-red flowers that bloom in the Fall (End of October), making it a standout in any garden or landscape. This will provide all the information about this shrub and why it is an excellent choice for landscaping needs.Plant CharacteristicsHamamelis virginiana is a deciduous shrub typically growing 15-20 feet tall and wide. It has an irregular shape and a broad, spreading crown. The leaves are oval-shaped and can range in color from green to yellow. The flowers are the standout feature of this plant, blooming in the Fall (End of October) and winter months. They are typically yellow or orange-red and have a unique, ribbon-like shape. It also produces small, woody capsules containing plant seeds. Growing Conditions For Witch Hazel It is a hardy plant that can tolerate various growing conditions. It prefers to grow in moist, well-drained soils and can handle full sun and partial shade. It tolerates drought and can withstand cold temperatures down to -20°F. It is a slow-growing plant, so Spring 2024 will take several years to reach its full size.Uses in LandscapingIt is a popular choice for landscaping because of its unique flowers and ability to grow in various conditions. It is often used as a specimen plant, planted independently or in groups to create a focal point in a garden or landscape. It can also be used as a hedge or screen, providing privacy and adding interest to a landscape. The Fall (End of October)-blooming flowers are beautiful,adding color and texture to the landscape when many other plants are past their prime.MaintenanceIt is a low-maintenance plant that requires minimal care. It does not need to be pruned regularly, although it can be shaped if desired. It is also relatively pest and disease-resistant, making it an easy plant to grow. Watering is only necessary during drought and fertilization is not typically required.The witch hazel is a versatile and attractive plant that is an excellent addition to any landscape. Its unique flowers, hardiness, and low-maintenance requirements make it a popular choice for novice and experienced gardeners. Whether you are looking for a specimen plant, a hedge, or a screen, it is a great choice providing years of beauty and enjoyment. Buy Witch Hazel Shrubs Online  This green-leafed shrub blooms with bright yellow flowers between October and December. The ribbon-like yellow petals usually appear after the leaves have fallen but sometimes will appear while the oval-shaped yellow autumn leaves still cling to the branches. It also has fruits that will form from fertilized flowers.  They first appear as green capsules but then turn brown over time. Its scientific name is because this shrub’s flowers, fruits, and leaves can all appear on its branches simultaneously. Hamamelis loosely translates as “together with fruit.” Its hardy nature makes it an easy-to-grow shrub. Because of this, it is trendy amongst gardeners as a shrub hedge or screen.  Its fragrant flowers often lead to it being grown in an area where its pleasant scent is noticeable. It is often the last bit of color in a garden due to its late bloom. This shrub can be planted successfully in U.S.D.A. zones 3 to 9. It requires a lot of sunlight and does best in full sun or partial shade. Flowering will peak in full sun.  It does well in moist, acidic soil and can handle heavy clay soil. The height increases by 13 to 24 inches yearly, giving it a slow to medium growth rate. Pruning can be done in early spring to keep the shrub from growing that large if preferred.  This plant requires little maintenance to flourish and rarely has insect or disease problems. Native Americans began using the shrub as a medical remedy for many illnesses. It was wildly sought after and passed around, eventually reaching the United States.  It is beautiful, with a bonus of being a healing herb. The sunny yellow flowers of this shrub add a glow of happiness to yards and gardens. The delightful fragrance of those flowers creates an even more cheerful atmosphere. It is so easy to care for that it is an excellent fit for even the hands-off gardeners.

Shrubs are indeed an essential component of many fine gardens.


 Shrubs provide structure, texture, and color that can anchor a garden design and add interest throughout the year. They can also provide privacy screening, windbreaks, and habitats for wildlife.


One of the benefits of using shrubs in garden design is their versatility.


 They come in all sizes, shapes, and colors, making it possible to create various effects. For example, small, low-growing types can edge a border, while taller types can create a focal point or provide a backdrop for other plants. Evergreen types can provide year-round interest, while they can provide seasonal interest with their flowers and fall foliage.


They also have relatively low maintenance compared to other types of plants. Once established, they generally require less water and fertilizer than annuals and perennials, and they can often be pruned to maintain their shape and size. This makes them a good choice for gardeners who want to create a beautiful, long-lasting landscape without ongoing maintenance.


They are essential in many fine gardens, providing structure, interest, and a wide range of design options.


They provide a wide range of environmental benefits. Here are some of the main ones:


Oxygen production: Through photosynthesis, they produce oxygen, which is vital for human and animal survival.


Carbon dioxide absorption: They absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, helping to reduce the number of greenhouse gases contributing to climate change.


Soil protection: The roots help to hold soil in place, reducing erosion and protecting against landslides.


Biodiversity: They provide habitats for various animals, insects, and other organisms, contributing to biodiversity.


Water conservation: Plants and shrubs absorb and filter rainwater, helping to reduce runoff and prevent soil erosion


Climate control: They can help cool urban areas by shading buildings and streets, reducing air conditioning needs, and lowering energy consumption.


Air purification: They help to remove pollutants from the air, improving air quality and reducing respiratory problems.


Overall, plants and shrubs play a vital role in maintaining the health of our planet and the ecosystems that support life.