Hedges & Shrubs for Sale

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Hedges & Shrubs for Sale

Shrubs and hedges are essential in many landscapes and settings to improve them in different ways. Planting shrubs and bushes can help create a border, offer privacy, and most have evergreen leaves that provide year-round interest. There are thousands of options when choosing which new shrubs for sale to buy, so it is important to do your research.

Our selection of hedges for sale is sure to bring texture, color, a variety of shapes, and uniqueness to wherever you are planting them! Be sure to check your USDA plant hardiness zone before making that big decision.

Some things to consider before you purchase your new shrub or hedge for sale. Your planting site is the most essential factor. Is it full sun or partial shade? What are the soil conditions? How much space do you have for new plants? What is the mature height and width of these plants and will they fit? Do you want flowers?

There are many factors to take into consideration when landscaping around your home and garden. Checking out our Grow Guides page will help you determine which shrubs will perform best for your needs.

Shop our selection of hedges and shrubs for sale online.

Types of Shrubs & Hedges

Azalea plants are beautiful flowering shrubs found in many southern states. It is well known for its continuous bloom periods throughout the early spring and early summer. Our azalea shrubs for sale are of the highest quality and we offer several different sizes for your planting needs. The Azalea Grow Guide will provide more on how to plant azaleas.

boxwood shrub

Looking for an evergreen shrub for sale that is low maintenance and easy to care for? Boxwood hedges are a great choice as a border plant, foundation planting, or as an ornamental specimen plant. They can be container grown as well. See our Boxwood Shrubs & Hedges Grow Guide

Gardenia plants are one of the wonderful small shrubs for sale if you are looking to entice visitors with a perfumey smell. Gardenia shrubs flower in the spring and summer over continuous months as long as they are cared for. Gardenias prefer acidic soil that is well draining. They are perfect for a partially shaded spot in your garden. Deadheading gardenia shrubs are essential to continue the bloom cycle. Pruning spent flowers will encourage more blooms. Check out the Gardenia Shrub Grow Guide for more information on choosing and planting gardenia shrubs.

Buying hydrangea Shrubs online has never been easier! These hardy shrubs feature large, cone shaped flowers and bright green leaves in a bush like form. Hydrangeas offer a pop of color and are perfect for the shade. They are deciduous and can be grown in a variety of places and settings. 

Shrub and Hedge Care and Information

How to Trim Hedges

Non-flowering and evergreen hedges should only be trimmed as needed. It's important to reshape hedges before they become overgrown. Snip overgrown branches and limbs inside each bush. Clear enough space for sunlight and air to pass through and stimulate healthy growth. Make sure to prune the base near the roots as well.

How to Plant Shrubs

To plant a shrub you will first need to make sure you choose a planting site that has


proper lighting and water for the type of plant you choose. Next, dig a hole that is two times the size of the root ball, add fresh nutrient soil at the bottom of the hole. Place your shrub in the hole, making sure it’s level with the ground. Lastly, backfill the hole with soil and care for your plant as needed. 

Be sure to check your USDA plant hardiness zone before making that big decision.

When to Plant Shrubs & Hedges?

The best time to plant shrubs is in the Fall. Spring and Fallbring the best weather and soil conditions for planting bushes and hedges and will reduce transplant shock.

How to Fertilize Shrubs & Hedges

If you planted your shrub or hedges in the fall then fertilize your shrubs in spring. Wait

six to eight weeks before fertilizing spring-planted hedges. A teaspoon of a 16-4-8 fertilizer or similar high-nitrogen product around the edges of each planting hole will help give nutrients to you shrubs and hedges.

When to Fertilize Perennials and Shrubs

The best time to fertilize shrubs is in early spring to give them the boost they need for the growing season. When choosing a tree and shrub fertilizer it is best to pick an all-purpose slow release fertilizer that can be sprinkled at the base of the plant and last for up to a year. 

How to Prune Shrubs

Pruning shrubs is simple! Start by removing any dead limbs near the base. If possible, avoid making the top of the shrub wider than the base because you want sunlight to reach the entire plant. The spaces you make an opportunity for new growth, making the plant fuller and stronger. Feel free to shapethe shrub to your preferred shape and size.

When to Prune Shrubs and Hedges

The best times to prune shrubs are in late winter to early spring right before the growing season. You can prune shrubs in the fall, but we would recommend light pruning and then heavily prune in late winter to early spring. 

Are Shrubs Annuals or Perennials

Shrubs are known as woody plants, but since they grow year after year can be categorized as perennials. There are several types of shrubs you can grow as annuals and we do commonly have gardeners grow warm climate shrubs in colder climates as annuals. It's all about what you want in your garden!

white gardenia

What Shrubs Grow Well in Wet Soil

Shrubs that can grow well in wet soil include; liriope and daylilies. Both of these small shrubs are great if you’re wanting to plant in an area that receives more than normal amounts of water. 

Landscape Shrub Ideas

With so many types of shrubs to choose from it can be hard to narrow down, so we've categorized a list of shrub ideas based on your needs. If you’re looking for small shrubs for your landscape we recommend the following: liriope, hosta, and daylilies. In need of evergreen shrubs for your landscape: boxwoods, viburnum, and holly.

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