Shrubs and hedges are a great way to fill your landscape. Shrubs grow in different sizes and some have beautiful blooms. If you aren’t sure of which shrub or hedge to pick for your landscape, please complete the contact form and one of our designers will reach out to you. This page only contains a sample of our inventory. If you cannot find the shrub or hedge you are seeking, complete the contact form so we can follow up on the right fit for you.
This evergreen shrub boasts brilliant red flowers with bright yellow stamens for a long bloom period in winter. Excellent as hedge or screen.
Rose Creek Abelia
Dense and compact, the summer-flowering shrub has small, shiny, evergreen leaves becoming purplish-green in cold weather. Clusters of half-inch long, white tubular flowers bloom prolifically.
Blooms in early summer with bright pink flowers. In autumn, new smaller flowers are formed adding a pop of pink color to the fall landscape. Leaves turn a lovely burgundy
Distinctive oak-shaped leaves; dense bright green foliage; upright shape; needs little pruning; great for accent or screen. Produces red berries in late winter.
Mandevilla (Mandevilla), also known as rock trumpet, is a genus of flowering vines that grow in tropical and subtropical climates. The five-petal flowers are often showy and fragrant, typically coming
Loropetalum Plum is one of the more common varieties that grows about 3-4 feet high and wide. Flowering is heaviest in spring and winter but sporadic flowers are likely to
Linwood Hardy Gardenia Azalea
Azalea with showy, double white, gardenia-like blooms in the spring with some fall reblooming. Dense dark green foliage mounds 3-4 feet tall and 2-3 feet wide.
Knock Out Rose Tree
Knock Out Rose Tree explodes with flowers for months, from early spring until the first frost. You get a blanket of blooms for your landscape anywhere you have room. The
Knock Out Rose Bush
The Knock Out Rose Bush is perfect for any kind of landscape. It has continuous flowers from spring through frost. It is drought tolerant and self-cleaning, so no need to
Hibiscus is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. The hibiscus is very large, comprising several hundred species that are native to warm-temperate, subtropical, and tropical regions
The gardenia shrub is a strong shrub through all seasons. Unlike many flowering shrubs that bloom all at once, gardenias bloom intermittently from mid-spring until autumn. Growing gardenias, sometimes called
Emerald Arborvitae Tree
Perfect height for privacy, the Emeral Arborvita trees make a beautiful landscape. It is easy to grow and sized perfectly for tight areas. It is a tidy, neat look that
Drift Rose Trees
Drift Rose Trees are perfect for foundation plantings, hedges, borders, and screens. They produce fragrant pink flowers with glossy foliage. Black spot resistant, drought tolerant and self cleaning, this rose
California Bush Daisy
The California Bush Daisy has delicate yellow flowers that sit atop finely divided foliage on this mounding, shrub-like plant. The Bush Daisy makes an excellent addition to any rock garden
Azaleas belong to the Rhododendron genus, and they are members of the heath family (Ericaceae). Good drainage is a must-have for these plants to thrive. Azaleas cannot abide wet feet,