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Shrub Benefits in Landscaping

Keep the Deer Away With a Viburnum Shrub

A Viburnum shrub features clusters of flowers in white, pink or ivory colors and produces single-seeded fruit. They usually bloom in early spring through late summer and have oval leaves, which tend to be smooth or serrated along the edges. Some viburnum shrubs have noticeable veining. During the fall, many of their leaves turn yellow or burgundy. Because of the way it smells and tastes, a viburnum shrub helps deter deer while attracting butterflies.

Reduce Cooling Costs  Boxwood Shrubs

A Boxwood shrub stays green all year. They are extremely full and plush, making them ideal wind blockers, shade creators and heat absorbers. Their leaves are thick and glossy. Many have a brownish or bronze color during the winter and a more vibrant green appearance during the spring, when they bloom fragrant green or yellow flowers. These flowers appear in clusters, with a female in the middle and up to six surrounding males.

Add Curb Appeal With an Arborvitae Shrub

Arborvitae keeps its rich, dark green foliage all year, making it an excellent option for adding curb appeal. It has an upright, column-shaped form with a circular base and narrowing tip. This shrub keeps its color year-round thanks to its fan-like needles that have superior color retention. Male flowers on the shrub turn yellow and fall off during the spring. The female flowers turn into upright-standing yellow fruit. In addition to adding curb appeal, these shrubs give off a sweet-spicy fragrance.

Create Wildlife Habitats With an Elderberry Shrub

Elderberry shrubs bloom tiny white flowers each spring. About a month after they bloom, they create purple-black fruit. The fruit is usually less than a quarter inch in diameter and has anywhere from three to five seeds that look and feel like stones. Their blooms emerge as clusters resembling an umbrella; these clusters go by the name umbels. Each umbrel has five petals and gives off a sweet aroma. These plants can get up to 12 feet tall and span more than 10 feet wide. They provide natural habitats for a variety of wildlife, including bears, game birds, deer, squirrels and pollinators.

Arrowwood Viburnum - TN Nursery

Arrowwood Viburnum

Arrowwood Viburnum shrub blooms with clusters of creamy white flowers, creating a visually stunning display. In late summer, the flowers give way to glossy, dark green leaves that turn red, purple, and orange tones in the fall, providing captivating foliage throughout the year. Arrowwood Viburnum By adding Arrowwood Viburnum to your landscape, you can enjoy gorgeous, deep green leaves throughout the spring and summer. In the late spring, you can expect white flowers in small, creamy clusters. Then, the bush develops dark blue drupes after the flowers have finished blooming. Arrowwood Viburnum Has Lush Foliage Homeowners love them because they maintain their lush leaves during the spring and summer. Once autumn rolls around, the plant lights up with fiery colors. Depending on the location and nutrient balance, you can expect your bush to turn vivid red, sweet yellow, or reddish-purple. Use Arrowwood Viburnum in Gardens Throughout the Year Because of its breathtaking fall colors, this plant is a popular choice for autumn gardens. It will grow at medium speed to a height of about 2 feet tall. This makes it ideal for rows in your garden. If you prefer keeping your perimeter fairly open, you could even use it as a fence. Certain cultivars of them can grow taller than 2 feet, so you can pick a specific cultivar if you want a higher fence. For example, some of the cultivars can grow up to 7 feet tall. Attract Local Wildlife to This Stunning Arrowwood Viburnum If you are a passionate birder, this might be the bush for you. They are popular among birds because of their abundant fruits. After flowers appear in the spring, you will also notice a wide variety of butterfly species as well. Discover a Historic Arrowwood Viburnum Historically, this plant grew as far north as New Brunswick. It was also native to southern Georgia. It developed its name because of its strong shoots. Originally, Native Americans would use the roots to make arrow shafts. Today, this plant is best known for its natural beauty. Other than including it as a hedge next to your house, you can use it to create lovely borders along your garden paths. Known for forming a low fence, it doesn’t grow particularly tall. Because of this, it is best used along borders and walkways. With some careful planning, you can use this viburnum to add autumn color to your landscape.

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Green Velvet Boxwood - TN Nursery

Green Velvet Boxwood

Green Velvet Boxwood is a compact, evergreen shrub with vibrant, dark green leaves and a mounded growth habit, making it an ideal choice for low hedges and formal landscaping. It is a highly advantageous and popular evergreen shrub that offers numerous benefits in landscaping projects. This boxwood variety is admired for its compact, rounded growth habit and lush, deep green foliage. One of the primary benefits of incorporating it into landscaping is its versatility in design. If you are trying to create a beautiful landscape design, Green Velvet Boxwood is an excellent choice. Known for its dense foliage, this shrub is ideal for pruning into almost any shape you can think of. Thanks to its evergreen nature, this bush will look its best throughout the year. Discover the Natural Beauty Of Green Velvet Boxwood If you are looking for a low hedge, this is one of the best shrubs to choose. This full-bodied hedge is quite dense, so it can be used as a fence. It is considered an evergreen, so you can enjoy year-round color in your garden. Green Velvet Boxwood Formal Landscaping Designs Whether you are passionate about English landscaping or simply want a formal design, this verdant bush is ideal for pruning. If you don’t prune it, this bush will grow into a rounded shape. Once it has been pruned, you can use it to make just about any shape you want for a unique, living sculpture. Why Is Green Velvet Boxwood a Good Choice This verdant shrub has a velvety appearance that leaves a vivid impression on the viewer. Thanks to its evergreen color, you can enjoy rich shades of light and dark green. Old growth has a darker shade, and the newer growth comes in with lighter colors. For the viewer, this adds a fun texture and extra dimension. Enjoy Having a Beautiful Green Velvet Boxwood This is one of the best shrubs to make. It grows in a natural sphere, so you can always let it grow into its natural shape. You can also group multiple shrubs together to make a fence, maze, or sculpture. Best of all, this lovely shrub is easy to care for and survives in many types of environments. While its glossy leaves are present throughout the year, it flowers only during the springtime. When flowering occurs, you can enjoy having fragrant white blossoms. Whether you want an elegant fence or round bushes for a border, this plant is an excellent choice. With its verdant leaves and fragrant blossoms, it is a favorite of homeowners. Once you plant this shrub, you can enjoy its beauty throughout the year.

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Green Giant Arborvitae 12-14" - TN Nursery

Green Giant Arborvitae

Green Giant Arborvitae is a fast-growing evergreen tree with vibrant, emerald-green foliage, a tall, columnar shape, and dense branching, making it a popular choice for privacy screens and windbreaks in landscaping. It is a highly advantageous and versatile evergreen tree widely used in landscaping. Belonging to the Cupressaceae family, this tree offers many benefits, making it an extent choice for various outdoor spaces. Green Giant Arborvitae gets its name from its huge size. They can expand as towering as 60 feet with a diameter of 18 or more feet. These massive trees are part of the Cupressaceae or cypress family. Their scientific name is Thuja standishii x plicata. Although, that's often shorted to just the Thuja Green Giant. This evergreen got its start in 1967 when a single tree made its way to the U.S. National Arboretum from Denmark. Recognizing the positive landscaping qualities of this evergreen, propagations were sent out. Today, it's known for its ability to adapt to numerous climates. The Hybrid Green Giant Arborvitae The Thuja standishii x plicata is a hybrid tree. It was created in Denmark in 1937, using the Thuja Plicate or Western Red Cedar and the Thuja Standishii or Japanese Arborvitae. While it was being sent out from the U.S. National Arboretum, The massive evergreen was confused with the T. Occidentalis Giganteoides. Luckily, the tree's true roots were uncovered by three botanists from the New York Botanic Garden, USNA, and Holden Arboretum. Once its true roots were known, it was given its current name in order to delineate it from other similar evergreen trees. Identifying the Green Giant Arborvitae The Thuja standishii x plicata has a fast growth rate of three to five feet per year. At thirty years old, it averages 30 feet in height and can continue to grow up to 60 feet. It's characterized by its cone shape and the uniform appearance of its foliage. Best Places to Plant the Green Giant Arborvitae Due to its massive size, this tree does well in large yards and parks where Leyland Cypress may not be desirable. Benefits of the Thuja Standishii X Plicata The Thuja standishii x plicata keeps its color all year, even through winter. Gardeners with large yards can plant these evergreens in order to create natural privacy barriers. These trees are known to attract deer who forage for food, and birds tend to make their nests in them. Gardeners and landscapers love the Thuja standishii x plicata for its rapid growth and ability to create privacy screens. These trees work best for larger properties.

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