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Shrubs

This is a search-able list of plants that we grow or may have available at the garden center. This list is not a list of what we currently have in stock as it changes daily. Please call the garden center or send an email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get a quote.

Azalea Exbury

Azalea Exbury 'Klondyke'

  • Very hardy selection which provides a massive display of coral- yellow single blooms
  • Small mounding form is excellent for massing in shrub borders
  • Showy flowers attract hummingbirds
Azalea, Swamp

Azalea, Swamp

  • Native deciduous shrub
  • Happy in wetland areas and poorly drained soil
  • Fragrant white or pink flowers early summer
  • Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds
Barberry

Barberry 'Admiration'

Barberry 'Admiration' is a very strong, bushy, and colorful shrub for the garden. It has glossy, oval leaves that are purple-red and yellow-edged. In the fall, it shows off its crimson berries and leaves. The delicate pale pink flowers appear throughout the summer. It is low maintenance and ideal for banks and slopes. Deciduous.

Barberry

Barberry 'Crimson Pygmy'

A dwarf, densely branched form displaying deep crimson colored foliage all season long. Best in full sun. Excellent for borders or small hedges. Deer resistant. Deciduous

Barberry

Barberry 'Orange Rocket'

Vibrant coral-orange new foliage ages to mid-green, then turns ruby red in autumn. This award winning, compact, upright growing shrub has a vigorous growth habit and improved resistance to rust. Use to brighten the landscape in mass plantings, as a specimen plant, or in a container. Deciduous.

Barberry

Barberry 'Rosy Glow'

  • Older maroon foliage accented by the newer hues of pink foliage
  • Makes a unique hedge or accent plant
  • Red berries in the fall and winter
Barberry Sunjoy

Barberry Sunjoy 'Gold Pillar'

  • Bright golden foliage with red berries in the fall
  • Plant where you may want some vertical interest
  • Deer resistant
Barberry Sunjoy

Barberry Sunjoy 'Mini Saffron'

Small decidous shrub that is colorful all season. Displaying bright yellow foliage with hints of orange in summer, then turning a beautiful orange-red in fall.  Dwarf size is perfect for a smaller landscape or in front of a shrub border.

Barberry Sunjoy

Barberry Sunjoy 'Mini Salsa'

Grown for its beautiful burgundy-red foliage, this dwarf barberry will add bright, season long color to your landscape. Grows best in full sun to keep its color. Perfect for a small shrub border. Deer resistant. Decicuous.

Barberry Sunjoy

Barberry Sunjoy 'Tangelo'

  • Bright orange foliage is a striking accent to the landscape
  • Drought tolerant and deer resistant
Bayberry, Northern

Bayberry, Northern

  • Dark green aromatic leaves
  • Great for moist to wet areas and naturalization
  • Ornamental berries attract birds
Bayberry, Southern

Bayberry, Southern 'Wax Myrtle'

  • Fragrant waxy leaves yielding gray/white fruit
  • Naturally grows near rivers and streams and other wet areas
  • This southern varitey is evergreen zone 7-11
Bearberry

Bearberry 'Massachusetts'

  • Low growing evergreen spreading shrub or groundcover
  • Pale pink flowers in spring
  • Thrives in poor soil and is salt tolerant
  • Foliage turns red in fall
Beautyberry

Beautyberry 'Early Amethyst'

Plant this beauty in full sun for its best flowering and fruit display. Lavender-Pink flowers in summer followed by amethyst colored fruit continuing thru October. Cross pollination and berry production best with more than one. Excellent in a bird garden.

Blueberry

Blueberry 'Blue Jay' Highbush

  • Vigorous growing deciduous shrub
  • White flowers in the spring
  • Berries heavy in summer
Blueberry

Blueberry 'Bountiful Blue'

An award winning variety with the bluest foliage of all! Blush-Pink flowers produce a large crop of large, sweet, juicy berries on a compact, mounded shrub. Perfect for massing in the landscape or featuring in large containers. Self fertile, though planting another variety may yield a more prolific harvest.

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