Under 10 Feet

Under 10 Feet Bushes and Hedges from  Tn Nursery

Tn Nurseries Best Selling Plants Under 10 Feet

1. Burning Bush

2. Forsythia

3. Crape Myrtle

4. Smooth Hydrangea

5. Carolina Allspice

Tall plants are found in landscapes that favor privacy. From privet plants to burning bush to fern plants, these shrubs and perennials act as buffers that protect lawns and yards from neighbors, road noise and other distractions. At the same time, these perennials are not over-sized for the area. If you are interested in incorporating some privacy into your garden or yard, then consider some of these favorite plants that grow under 10 feet in height.

Privet plants are perfect hedges that do well in all climates within the continental United States. Not only do they remain green throughout cold months, but they are also very adaptable to pruning. These plants are often used in topiary gardens and other formal landscapes.

Under 10 Feet flowering plants , Shrubs & Bushes are perfect for small areas

Hydrangeas are especially suited for warmer climates where their growth is not interrupted by cold spells. These flowering, broad-leaved plants are perfect for borders. Hydrangeas bloom in colors ranging from blue to purple to pink to white, making them an ideal complement to annual flower beds and other cottage-style landscape plans.

Burning bush plants grow in every climate but their primary season of interest in the fall. During the autumn these easy to prune plants burst into vibrant shades of orange and red. They transform a border area into brilliant display from October through Thanksgiving.

Under 10 Feet bushes & shrubs

Perennials are often associated with ornamental grasses and prairie flowers like bee balm, ox-eye daisies, cone flower, and others. These plants return year after year to reach heights up to 5 feet. They are excellent cover for backyard fences or hard scapes in need of camouflage. They complement smaller flowers and annuals, bringing texture and color to your garden.

Fern plants are not often considered useful for privacy or height, but they are worthy of consideration. They do well in containers as well as gardens. This makes them suitable for indoor alcoves and office decor as well as outdoor patios and pool areas.

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Plants under 10 feet

Not everyone has enough area in their yards to grow a giant sequoia or a massive oak tree. However, numerous miniature plants are ideal for tiny yards. Such plants typically reach maturity at the height of around 10 feet. Small trees and shrubs may give seclusion from your neighbors, a barrier from a busy road, or a screen to cover unsightly areas if they are well-chosen. Plants that reach a mature height of no more than 10 feet may be used to make a natural fence.

Large plants need more maintenance than small plants, and they are also more challenging to incorporate into a landscape design. Furthermore, miniature trees may be grown in pots, which you can even bring indoors during the winter if your environment is not conducive to their growth habit.

The following collection of under 10 feet plants is particularly well suited for small yards and restricted-space gardening.


There are two prevalent varieties for this plant: Big Bluestem and Bushy Bluestem. Both are hardy, ornamental, warm-season grasses. The former grows about 6 to 8 feet tall, whereas the latter grows about 3 to 6 feet tall. Both are easy to grow and maintain and can adapt to all environments.

Blue Joint

Blue Joint Grass is among the most commonly found grasses. This perennial grass grows in thick clumps or tufted culms about 2 to 5 feet in height. It blooms from late spring till early summer and features lovely pink-green seeds.

Black chokeberry

As a deciduous, cold-hardy shrub, you may use black chokeberry for landscape plantings owing to its beautiful white spring blooms and crimson leaves. It may reach 3 to 10 feet tall.


Carolina Allspice

Typically growing to a height of 6 to 9 feet, the Carolina allspice is a thick, bulbous shrub. It possesses strap-like blooms that range in color from maroon to reddish-brown and have a delicious banana-strawberry scent.


The height of dogwood trees depends on the species you select to plant. Pink, yellow, white-pink, and white shades are just a few of the many colors available within the whole species. Coral Red Dogwood, Red Osier Dogwood, and Silky Dogwood Live Stakes are examples of low-growing species. All of them can reach a height between six and nine feet.


Forsythia shrubs, with their bright golden yellow blossoms, signal the arrival of early spring and are among the South's most distinctive plants. They may reach a height of 8 to 10 feet and a width of 10 to 12 feet.

Burning Bush

It is an eye-catching shrub with blazing crimson leaves that last far into autumn. On top of their green-brown branches, these young bushes possess prominent ridges. Burning bush shrub reaches 4 to 8 feet wide with similar height, making them ideal as specimens or mass-planted privacy screens, hedges, or windbreaks.


It is an early blooming, erect, self-fruitful plant with clusters of pinkish-white blossoms that bloom in early June and are followed by huge, small-seeded, delectable, shiny blackberries. Blackberry bushes generally reach heights and widths of 3 to 4 feet.


The most common low-growing varieties of these plants include Maple Leaf Viburnum and Black Haw Viburnum. They vary in height from 4 to 6 feet until 8 to 10 feet tall. The blooms of most viburnums are mainly creamy or pinkish in color, and they are occasionally aromatic.


Marsh hibiscus

This herbaceous perennial may grow about 4 to 8 feet in height. The marsh hibiscus' tall foliage feature narrow lobes with sharp teeth. Large, beautiful deep-red blossoms emerge in mid-to-late summer, and they are pretty stunning. 

Ninebark Shrub

Ninebark is a coarse-textured, easily growing shrub with yellow, green, or crimson leaves. It blossoms in late spring and yields red fruits in late summer and fall, attracting birds. It reaches a height of 5 to 10 feet, and the dwarf varieties reach around 3 to 4 feet.


Wisteria is a long-lived vine that produces clusters of lavender-scented blossoms in a weeping form that resembles grapes. It is available in multiple varieties, but the shortest ones reach about 10 feet in height.


There are several other under 10 feet plants for sale that you may use to beautify your garden with. These include Northern Privet, Pee Gee Hydrangea, Weigela, Riverbank Wild Rye, Spiraea Japonica, Three Square Sedge, Trumpet Vine, River Oats, Wild Oats, Lizard's Tail, Coontail, etc. There are also some grasses under 10 feet that you might purchase, such as Wool Grass, Switchgrass, Soft Rush Grass, Sawgrass, Reedgrass, Panicgrass, Orchardgrass, Indian Grass, and Barnyard Grass.