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Create privacy and add substance with perennial shrubs

Low maintenance and easy to grow, shrubs can be used to hide unsightly views, add privacy and buffer noise on tight properties, and can help divide your yard into garden "rooms". They can also provide cover for birds and other wildlife. Shrubs add height, create focal points and add year-round interest to the landscape. Spectacular new colors and features like variegated foliage make today's hardy shrubs great investments for your garden.

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  1. Mophead Hydrangea All Summer Beauty, Hydrangea macrophylla All Summer Beauty

    ‚All Summer Beauty‚ Hydrangea is a compact, long-blooming mophead variety that produces big, bouncy flowers on 4 ft shrubs. Because it blooms on both new growth and old w...

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    All Summer Beauty Mophead Hydrangea Mophead Hydrangea All Summer Beauty Hydrangea macrophylla All Summer Beauty
    $18.65
    Per Plant - 3.5" Pot
    'All Summer Beauty' Hydrangea is a compact, long-blooming mophead variety that produces big, bouncy flowers on 4 ft shrubs. Because it blooms on both new growth and old wood, flowers will form throughout the season, even after a harsh winter - which can be the undoing of other hydrangeas. Known for its bright blue blooms in acid soils, expect to see shades of pink and purple where the ground is more alkaline. (Hydrangea macrophylla)
  2. Annabelle Snowball Hydrangea

    Annabelle‚ Hydrangea is famous for its huge, snow-white blooms and excellent cold hardiness. This shorter variety grows 3 - 5 ft tall and flowers reliably, even after severe wi...

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    Annabelle Snowball Hydrangea Snowball Hydrangea Annabelle Hydrangea arborescens Annabelle
    $18.65
    Per Plant - 3.5" Pot
    Annabelle' Hydrangea is famous for its huge, snow-white blooms and excellent cold hardiness. This shorter variety grows 3 - 5 ft tall and flowers reliably, even after severe winters and intentional pruning. Its enormous 10" blooms and ability to adapt to both cold and heat have made 'Annabelle' one of the most popular hydrangeas in the country. (Hydrangea arborescens)
  3. Blue Baptisia australis, False Indigo

    Blue Wild Indigo is a beautiful native American wildflower for early summer bloom. Deep blue spikes of pea shaped flowers resembles lupines. (Baptisia australis)...

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    Baptisia Blue False Indigo Baptisia australis
    $9.99
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Blue Wild Indigo is a beautiful native American wildflower for early summer bloom. Deep blue spikes of pea shaped flowers resembles lupines. (Baptisia australis)
  4. Next Generation® Pistachio Hydrangea, Hydrangea macrophylla Horwack PP#25577

    Next Generation® ‘Pistachio’ Hydrangea lights up the garden with eye-popping mophead flowers in shades of chartreuse edged in raspberry pink. As the flowers age, the col...

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    Next Generation® Pistachio Hydrangea Next Generation® Pistachio Hydrangea PP#25577 Hydrangea macrophylla Horwack PP#25577
    $26.65
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Next Generation® ‘Pistachio’ Hydrangea lights up the garden with eye-popping mophead flowers in shades of chartreuse edged in raspberry pink. As the flowers age, the color shifts, creating beautiful combinations. Blooming continuously from late spring to fall, its compact height makes it a welcome addition to a small space, container, or border planting. Beautiful as cut or dried flowers too, this easy-care shrub is a perfect solution for a summer-long show. (Hydrangea macrophylla)
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