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Trees

Before You Plant

Look for light. Plan for water. Allow space for growth.

Shrubs & Bushes

Hardiness Zone

Find trees that will thrive in your landscape. Figure out how cold it gets where you will plant them, 
then shop in your hardiness zone. These zones are based on the average lowest winter temperatures in your area.

Maintain Your Trees & Bushes

Pruning Tips

Pruning Tip

Use pruning shears to cut branches up to 3/4-inch thick, lopping shears
Up to 1 1/2 inches and a pole saw for up to 4-inch cuts.

Spruce Up Your Landscape with Trees, Bushes & Shrubs

Trees, bushes and shrubs are a great way to express your love of nature and the woods. Add a shady spot or a splash of color to your yard with a tree or bush from our wide selection of trees, bushes and shrubs. Grow your own fruit with fruit trees or produce fresh flowers with rose bushes, flower bushes or climbing rose bushes. Enjoy that glass of fresh squeezed orange juice by planting orange trees. We have a variety of trees, bushes and shrubs to fit any gardening project.

All About Trees, Bushes & Shrubs
Nothing says the great outdoors like evergreen trees and evergreen bushes. You’ll feel like you have your own personal forest with our trees, evergreen shrubs and snowball bushes. These bushes are very popular and relatively easy to maintain. Plus their bright white flowers can provide a nice contrast to the colors of flowering shrubs. We also carry ornamental trees, privacy trees, privacy bushes, holly bushes and shade trees.

No need to worry about wildlife disturbing your trees, bushes or shrubs. Our deer resistant shrubs will give you peace of mind. For versatility and a classic formal style, consider boxwood shrubs. If space is a concern, check out our dwarf trees, small shrubs and dwarf shrubs. And if you’re looking to join or divide garden areas, dwarf shrubs can help. These charming ornamental bushes seldom grow taller than three feet.

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Hard-working trees not only look good, but they reduce pollution, release oxygen and give us privacy and shade. They can add curb appeal, provide shelter for birds and cut down on noise. They can even lower our energy costs by blocking the hot summer sun or the winter winds.

Our How-To Guides will show you how to choose the best tree for your yard and how to plant a tree, as well as how to plant and maintain shrubs.

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