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  1. Bollywood® Azalea Zones: 5-9
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  2. Winter Gem Boxwood Zones: 5-9
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  3. My Monet® Weigela Zones: 4-6
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  7. Wine & Roses® Weigela Zones: 4-8
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  8. Annabelle Hydrangea Zones: 3-9
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  9. Smooth Sumac Zones: 3-9
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  10. Glow Girl® Spirea Zones: 3-9
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  11. Western Sand Cherry Bush Zones: 3-6
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  13. Compacta Burning Bush Zones: 4-8
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  14. Froebelii Spirea Zones: 4-9
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  15. Ivory Halo Dogwood Zones: 3-7
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  16. Isanti Dogwood Zones: 3-8
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  17. Red Prince Weigela Shrub Zones: 4-8
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  18. Frost Proof Gardenia Zones: 7-10
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  19. Gro-Low Sumac Zones: 3-9
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  20. Grateful Red Hydrangea Zones: 4-9
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  21. Arctic Fire® Dogwood Zones: 3-7
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  22. Bloomerang® Dark Purple Lilac Zones: 4-7
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  23. Fire Light® Hydrangea Zones: 3-8
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  24. Green Velvet Boxwood Zones: 5-9
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  25. Bloom-A-Thon® Red Reblooming Azalea Zones: 7-9
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  26. Miss Kim Lilac Zones: 3-8
    As low as $49.49

  27. Incrediball® Hydrangea Zones: 4-9
    As low as $68.14

  28. Spilled Wine® Weigela Zones: 4-8
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  29. Bobo® Hydrangea Zones: 3-9
    As low as $53.99

  30. Cranberry Cotoneaster Zones: 4-7
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  31. Dwarf Korean Lilac Zones: 3-7
    As low as $49.49

  32. Adam's Needle Yucca Zones: 4-10
    As low as $69.95
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Winsome Small Shrubs from NatureHills.com

Our Small Shrubs category has a beguiling beauty for just about everybody! Compact shrubs play an important role in great landscape design...whether you are decorating your balcony, small garden or refurbishing an acreage.

NatureHills.com has been growing, selling and shipping gorgeous small shrubs online since 2001. We have a vast online category with many shapes and sizes to appreciate...but we make it easy to find just what you are looking for.

Filter the results you see on the screen by mature height and spread. Select flowering shrubs like Invincibelle Wee White Hydrangea for bursts of seasonal color.

Be sure to add a few evergreen shrubs, too! These generous plants provide important structure year-round.

Don't forget to layer in lush foliage shrubs for lovely lines and bold texture. Ivory Halo Dogwood easily adds beautiful variegated foliage.

Our expert growers understand what people are looking for these days, especially in smaller gardens. See Why Small Plants and Lots of Color are Trending >>

Small Flowering Shrubs Make a Big Visual Impact

What a variety of color choices these small shrubs provide! You might want to select a series of bloomers that shine in spring, early summer, late summer and fall.

It's so fun to tour your garden and see new flowers start budding, then blooming. Choose the "Bloom Period" to add a few from each category.

Petite Yuki Cherry Blossom Deutzia is a graceful branching habit. It's liberally frosted with pretty little star-shaped pink flowers in early spring.

You can also rely on dwarf shrubs with extended blooms, like Goldfinger Potentilla. These cheerful native shrubs bloom for many months!

Everyone loves the showy compact variety Neon Flash Spirea! These popular repeat bloomers offer reliable high performance year after year.

For a dynamic display that is sure to draw compliments, try compact Grateful Red Hydrangea. Big, bright red blooms are held high on sturdy stems.

Dwarf Evergreen Shrubs Add Steadfast Color

Evergreens can be the strong, silent type. But, don't overlook their stalwart charm!

Birds Nest Spruce is a dwarf conifer that becomes a feathery addition to any landscape; and won't outgrow it's space. It's memorable shape makes it a great specimen or container plant, too!

If you prefer a perfect green ball, try Green Velvet Boxwood. It takes a few snips a year to maintain the rounded shape of these attractive broad-leaved evergreen shrubs.

In yards with partial shade to full shade, the dark green foliage of Fragrant Mountain Sweet Box makes a wonderful impression. It also offers nectar-rich white flowers for butterflies and attractive fall fruit for songbirds.

Fantastic Foliage Turns These Small Shrubs into Superstars

Low maintenance Kaleidoscope Abelia looks amazing all season! The multi-colored foliage is a standout in containers, or used as a low hedge.

Support hummingbirds with tubular spring flowers with My Monet Weigela. You'll also enjoy green and white variegated foliage that adds a splash of pink in full sun!

Plant columnar Orange Rocket Barberry for fiery color all season. Type in your zip code to find out if you can grow Barberry safely in your area.

NatureHills.com loves nature as much as you do! We are proud to be the first online nursery to use Plant Sentry® to block shipments of regulated plants.

Fruiting Small Shrubs Feed Your Family...and Songbirds, Too

Foodscaping is a big trend in gardens across America. Try small fruit-bearing shrubs like Peach Sorbet Blueberry in patio pots or as a modern hedge.

For health food enthusiasts, you've got to try Viking Black Chokeberry Aronia. These splendid shrubs give you flowers, exceptional fall color and superfruit, too!

Garden Design Tips for Small Shrubs

Small shrubs are easy to fit into your landscape. These delightful additions can be kept in containers, or in the ground.

Use just one of these small shrubs as a glorious specimen at a curve in your garden path. Or, create a cute front-yard accent by removing grass along your front walk or near your mailbox.

Plant several as a low hedge to hide "leggy" bare stems of mature shrubs. If you run into lots of roots, create a skinny raised garden bed to make planting easier!

Place a trio of small shrubs on the side of your garage. You'll hide those ugly gutter downspouts with something pretty.

Do the same thing to hide the air conditioner! Plants make everything look better, and shrubs are so blissfully easy.

Add a beautiful pair of outdoor pots on either side of your front door. Fill them with Dwarf Korean Lilac for a sumptuously fragrant entryway!

Planting and Care Tips for Small Shrubs

First, please be sure to choose the right shrub for your landscape. Learn How to Choose Plants That Will Thrive in Your Yard >>

Next, place your order on NatureHills.com at any time of year. We will hold your order until the time is right for planting in your area.

Once your plants ship, you can track them to your doorstep. Open the sturdy box and give them a very good drink.

Dig your hole twice as wide as the pot, but no deeper. Add your packet of Nature Hills Root Booster to the planting hole; following directions on the label.

Remove the plant from the pot carefully, and arrange the backfill soil around the roots. Press into place, then saturate the soil to eliminate air pockets.

Read how to water your new shrubs >>

Study every product page for specific care instructions. Enjoy your stunning small shrubs...show off your great taste!

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