Bare Root Shrubs
Bare Root Shrubs
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Different Kinds of Fruit Trees...
exhibits a round shape with dark green foliage. This shrub produces a sweet tasting nut which is valuable to both humans and wildlife. The Hazelnut is a must have on your land if you are planting for a hunting food source or wildlife viewing. This selection suckers naturally in the sun or shade and is adaptable to most soil types. Plant two or more shrubs for proper pollination.
The Highbush Cranberry
is also known as the American Cranberry Bush. This self-fertile selection is a dense bush in the Viburnum family that produces edible berries in autumn. It begins to flower in white clusters during spring at about 5 years of age and will also begin to produce berries at that time. Provides an excellent color of red, yellow orange and burgandy in autumn. The bright red fruits often persist on the plants well into the winter which makes it a great winter food source for wildlife and provides winter interest. A favorite for many birds including game birds such as grouse.
The Red Osier Dogwood
is best known for its attractive deep red stems and twigs. This loose form, spreading shrub is great for erosion control and wildlife cover. Its spring show of white clusters of flowers gives way to white berries that attract up to 18 different kinds of birds. The red color against the snow provides brilliant winter interest. The Redosier Dogwood is a great choice for your lowland areas, but will work well in upland areas as well.