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20 Beautiful Shrubs for Landscaping

Shrub Benefits in Landscaping and Gardening

TN Nurseries best selling shrubs

1. Burning Bush

2. Forsythia

3. Privets

4. Blue Hydrangea

5. Viburnums

Shrubs can provide your home with beautiful landscaping, set boundaries, or provide you with privacy. However, if you select native shrubs, you can also gain more benefits from the hedges. Native shrubs tend to go better in the environment they originated in and use less water than shrubs that are not native. Here are four different types of shrubs native to North America, along with the advantages and a bit of information regarding each type.


Privet hedges are planted primarily to ensure privacy around a home. A thick hedge can grow up to ten feet tall, making it the perfect option for an environmentally friendly fence. This type of hedge is commonly planted around the perimeter of a yard or along property lines to create a barrier between two properties. Privet tolerates both part shade, part sun, or full sun conditions and is exceptionally tolerant of most soil types and, after it has been growing and established, is drought resistant. It is hardy to Zone 5 through 9, meaning it grows well across much of the United States, except Montana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota.


Viburnum hedges can be planted to create low walls or high fences, helping to create a wall or ensure privacy from peeping eyes. There are wide different varieties of viburnums, so it is essential to do your homework based on your needs. Some types grow no taller than 4 feet tall, while others reach upwards of 20 feet tall. They are hardy in Zones 2-9, meaning they can be planted and thrive anywhere in the United States except for Alaska. The shrub can thrive in sun or partial sun conditions and is drought resistant, making it perfect for dry places.


Euonymus is an ornamental shrub that features flowers, berries, and beautiful bark. They are low-lying, meaning they grow close to the ground. While most varieties don't get very tall, vine versions can reach or exceed 20 feet in height. These shrubs are perfect for establishing a boundary or adding depth near a fence. However, they don't offer the same privacy that other shrubs that act as hedges do. One of the advantages of this shrub is that it grows in full sun, partial sun, partial shade, and shade conditions. It is hardy in Zones 4 through 8, meaning some varieties can be grown across most of the United States, except the hottest parts of California, Texas, and Florida and the coldest parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota.


Blue Hydrangeas:

Blue hydrangea is a shrub that is characterized by its unique bunches of flowers. This shrub can grow anywhere from three to 18 feet tall, making it perfect for setting up a border or establishing privacy around your yard. Blue hydrangeas are relatively easy to grow and grow well in partial sun, partial shade, and shade conditions. There are varieties of this species that are hardy in Zones 4 through 9, meaning the plant can be grown throughout most of the United States, except the coldest parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota.

Blue Hydrangeas

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Mapleleaf Viburnum - TN Nursery

Mapleleaf Viburnum

Mapleleaf Viburnum is a deciduous shrub with distinctive three-lobed, maple-like leaves and clusters of small, white flowers followed by blue-black berries, making it an attractive choice for woodland gardens. It is a versatile and attractive shrub that offers a range of benefits when used in landscaping projects. With its unique characteristics and aesthetic appeal, this plant can enhance outdoor spaces and create a visually pleasing environment. Mapleleaf viburnum is a deciduous shrub. It is perhaps best known for growing berries that are initially red before turning into a blueish-black color during summer, but it also features flowers and other types of beautiful foliage, particularly during the year's warmer times. Details Of Mapleleaf Viburnum This plant can reach around 3-6 feet in height and generally has a spread of 2-4 feet. Its fuzzy leaves are usually 2-4 inches long with around five lobes that have serrated edges. The reason for it being in its name is because those leaves are shaped like maples. Seed production normally starts around when this plant reaches two years of age. Its seeds are then protected by a sealed seed coat. In many cases, one of these shrubs can blossom into a colony of them. Flowers and Berries Of Mapleleaf Viburnum It creates white flowers in addition to its fruit. Blooming occurs between May and August, normally in June, while fruiting generally takes place between July and October. Meanwhile, those berries, which are popular with butterflies, birds, deer, rabbits, chipmunks, and people, can remain ripe into winter. Stunning Fall Colors Of Mapleleaf Viburnum The colors that this plant's leaves display during fall are stunning, and they can vary significantly as the weather and prevailing light conditions are significant factors. Possibilities include yellow, orange, pink, red, and purple. This coloring tends to occur in October and November, and the exact timeline depends on local weather conditions and related factors. Buds that have been created to prepare the shrub for what is coming the following spring will be visible once those colorful leaves have fallen. In a more general sense, it is primarily located in the eastern half of North America. In the United States, it can be found in significant numbers from the country's northeast west to Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Wisconsin and Illinois, southwest to East Texas, and south to North Florida.

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