New shrubs and bushes easily revamp the look of mature plantings to create designer-style in your yard. Both large and small landscaping bushes add personality to a garden.
Woody shrubbery plants become some of the most important plant material in your yard. Create the walls of garden rooms with long hedges; or mass plant shrubs to fill a wide, open area.
Make your outdoor space more livable by layering in a mix of landscape shrubs. Different types of shrubs for sale include:
Choose NatureHills.com to get a head start on bush plants that add value to your home.
Fast-growing shrubs establish quickly in your landscape. Some privacy hedge plants can be formally sheared, including:
Popular shrubs for full sun include:
Shrubs for partial shade include:
Evergreen shrubs include narrow-needled varieties that look good all year-round:
Broad-leaved evergreen shrubs also retain their leaves overwinter for structure and color:
Starting in early spring, the brilliant yellow blooms of Forsythia bushes welcome a new season. Late-blooming Rose of Sharon shrubs pump out tropical-looking blooms when other shrubs have finished blooming for the season.
For a modern focal point, use one of our expertly crafted bush tree-form or shrub tree-form plants with the blooms held at eye level! Or, try our exquisite spiral topiary shrubs to add a touch of sophisticated elegance.
Shop our site and place your order at any time of year to reserve your plants. your order, We'll ship them when the weather is right for planting in your area.
For the best long-term results, choose hardy shrub plants that are rated for your USDA Growing Zone. Order when you see we are in stock...we sell out quickly!
A bush refers to a low-growing, rounded woody shrub that has branching that starts low to the ground. Some larger shrub plants can be grown as a natural "bushy" plant; or as a single trunk tree by pruning off the lowest horizontal branches back to the main stem.
We work with professional garden designers every week. Our customer reviews reflect the care we take with our beautiful plants.
Follow our planting guide and don't forget the Nature Hills Root Booster. This symbiotic formula never stops working to support the tiny feeder roots.
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