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Advantages Of Planting Shrubs (For Our Use- Package Deals)
Shrubs can be used for borders and small areas in landscaping to provide structure, interest, and character. Low growing bushes and shrubs can be used as fillers, at the front of a border, or as the main feature in the garden. Hedges can add privacy and beauty to your backyard. With so many varieties of bushes and shrubs to choose from, you can find something to suit your space perfectly.
Burning Bush Shrubs
With flaming red foliage in the fall, and soothing green leaves in the summer, burning bush shrubs make a bold and beautiful statement. This shrub adapts to a wide variety of soil and climate conditions, making it easy to grow, even for the novice gardener. Partial shade to full sun is best. Burning bush also creates a colorful windbreak when planted in hedgerows.
Privet shrubs have dense foliage that is often pruned into privet hedges providing both privacy and classic beauty. Although they can be trimmed to the height you desire, their natural height of up to 15 feet make them a great choice for creating seclusion and turning your backyard into the retreat you've always wanted. With clusters of black berries and fragrant white flowers, they attract a variety of wildlife.
The old-fashioned charm of hydranangeas will add both beauty and drama to your landscape. Their lasting, abundant blooms, ease of maintenance, and adaptability make them a natural choice for borders and small areas in landscaping, as well as for specimen plants in the garden. Some varieties of hydranangea shrubs are low growing, while other varieties can be quite tall. They like full sun to partial shade. Their fragrant, showy flowers come in many shades including white, lavender, and pink.