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Small Dwarf and Low Growing Shrubs for a Big Impact
If you love the idea of growing flowering, evergreen, or deciduous bushes, but have limited space in your yard, consider planting small dwarf and low growing shrubs. These miniature-sized shrubs are perfect for planting in a container or as a border along a garden or small yard, and there is a wide variety to choose from, no matter what your taste. There are flowering shrubs that fill the air with enticing scents and colorful leaves in the autumn, attractive evergreen bushes that add interest during the winter months, and then shrubs that bear fruit for birds and critters to enjoy.
Discover how to use small dwarf and low growing shrubs for hedges, flowering yard decoration, or a natural garden border. Get tips for ways to prune and care for your small shrubs as they grow and other low-growing shrub information to help you create a beautiful landscape. If you’re a beginning gardener or desire easy-to-grow shrubs, browse our extensive list of low-maintenance dwarf shrubs, learn about small evergreen bushes for the tiny garden, or check out our amazing flower shrub plants.
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