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All shrubs are blooming age and guaranteed to be in superior condition on arrival. No license needed to buy from us. Anyone can purchase from us at low grower prices. We ship to all states and to everyone. We package all plants superior for ultimate freshness in transit and ship to all states. We also offer a 1 year guarantee on all plants sold. Quality is guaranteed. We have seed sources for most zones, so don’t worry about us being in Tennessee. We will make sure to send you stock from your planting zone.

How To Grow Shrubs Successfully

Things that will increase the chances of a gardener successfully growing shrubs happen even before the shrub is bought. The gardener should know what the climate, soil and light conditions are in the area where the shrub or shrubs will be planted. Native shrubs may be ideal. She should then choose a type of shrub that can thrive in the climate, is long lived and resistant to disease and pests. Also, the shrub should be tidy and not litter the ground around it with fruit or seeds. The gardener should also take into account how large the shrub is going to get over the years. For example, a shrub shouldn’t be planted so close to the home that its branches will rub up against the wall when it’s mature.

Some tips for buying are:

The branches should be symmetrical. They shouldn’t have been pruned because it’s a sign that unhealthy branches have been removed from the shrubs. Flowering shrubs should not have dead buds.

The bark should be healthy looking and shouldn’t look as if it’s been uninjured. If the plant’s dormant, the gardner might scrape away a tiny bit of the bark. If the stem tissue is green, the shrub is probably healthy.

A potted shrub shouldn’t have roots protruding on the surface of the soil. This means that the shrub has been in the pot for too long. If the gardener is allowed to take the plant out of the pot, the roots should be white or tan. Black or brown roots probably mean that the shrub is sick.

A burlapped ball should feel firm in both native shrubs and non-native shrubs. A loose ball probably means that the roots have dried up.

A hole twice the width of the root ball should be dug for shrubs. Flowering shrubs receive the same treatment. The shrubs should be planted to the crown, which is where the stem meets the root. The soil should be firmed down around it, then thoroughly watered. A newly planted shrub, especially an evergreen shrub, will need to be regularly watered to make sure that the roots don’t dry out. Mulch or rotted manure can be layered around the shrub, but it shouldn’t cover the crown. Mulch not only keeps the soil cool in hot weather, but retains moisture, and reminds the gardener to mow carefully around the shrub.


Shrubs are extremely beneficial to the landscape and can enhance the way a home or business appears. They are versatile and very easy to work with. These plants can be used as borders; they can be ornamental, or they can be used in groups for a stunning focal point in the landscape. There are so many different types of shrubs to consider. There are evergreen shrubs, flowering shrubs, small and large ones. We have such a variety of all of these on our website that you can locate what you want or looking for. Plants ordered from our online nursery will arrive ready to plant and enjoy.