Bareroot Shrubs For Zone 6

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  • Althea Purple Shrub Tree

    It will do great when planted in full sunlight and will also do wonderfully in different soil conditions. The flowers on this tree will be fantastic and dazzling and beautiful. It grows 10 feet tall and around 6 feet wide when fully grown. It will add a unique look where ever it grows on a lawn

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  • Althea White Shrub

    The Althea White bush is an amazing one to add to a garden area. It will have beautiful larger white blooms that will look fantastic during the summer months. These shrubs will bloom on into the fall months of the year if the temperatures and climates are right.

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  • Beauty Bush

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  • Black Alder

    Black Alder are also known as Alnus Glutinosa. Hardy planting zones are 4-7. Growth rate is 3 or more feet per year. The Black Alder is a fast growing tree and will thrive in moist soil types.

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  • Black Cherry

    It will add lots of color and life when in bloom during the spring months. This tree will have gorgeous white blooms and will also provide sweet cherries that can be enjoyed.

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  • Black Chokeberry

    Chokeberry are also known as Aronia Melanocarpa. Hardy planting zones are 3-9. Growth rate is less than 1 foot per year. The Black Chokeberry is a slow growing shrub and will thrive in a variety of soil types.

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  • Black Haw

    Black Haw are also known as Viburnum Prunifolium. Hardy planting zones are 3-9. Growth rate is 1 to 3 feet per year. The Black Haw is a moderately growing shrub and will thrive in a variety of soil types. These shrubs will look splendid on a lawn or when added to gardens

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  • Bridalwreath Spiraea

    Bridalwreath Spirea are also known as Spirea x Vanhouttei. Hardy planting zones are 3-9. Growth rate is up to 2 feet per year. The Bridal wreath Spirea is a fast growing shrub and will grow where the soil is moist and well drained. This shrub is often used in perennial gardens as an ornamental shrub.

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  • Burning Bush

    Burning Bush is also known as Euyonomous Compactus. Hardy planting zones are 2-10. Growth rate is up to 2 feet per year. Burning bush is well known among homeowners because its known for its beauty and vibrant colors. The blooms are bright red and when the sun hits them makes a sure fire statement. The leaves are green and glossy which makes a great contrast with the colorful blooms

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  • Button Bush

    This shrub grow to be 6 to 12 feet tall and can spread to be 6 to 15 feet wide. This shrub does well in full sunlight but can also be planted in partially shaded areas. It will be amazing when in bloom and will make a wonderful conversation piece because of how the blooms will appear. This shrub will normally bloom during the month of June and can bloom until September.&

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  • Carolina Buckthorn

    Carolina Buckthorn are also known as Frangula (Rhamnus) Caroliniana. Hardy planting zones are 5-9. Growth rate is 1 to 3 feet per year. The Carolina Buckhorn is a moderately growing tree and will thrive in a variety of soil types. These small trees are seen growing a lot in all areas of the United States. It is a very versatile tree and can be used in gardens or on lawns

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  • Carolina Rose

    Best made in normal, medium to wet, all around depleted soil in full sun. Best blooming and sickness resistance happen in full sun. Water essentially and routinely (mornings are best). Keep up a key detachment from overhead watering. Staggering air dispersal advances searing and solid change and helps control foliar defilements.

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  • Chickasaw Plum

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  • Common Lilac

    This shrub can grow to be 20 to 30 feet tall and can be 15 to 25 feet wide. It will grow very well in gardens and lawns that have full sunlight. It will provide amazing color when in bloom with its beautiful lavender blooms

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  • Crepe Myrtle Plants

    Crepe Myrtles are medium sized trees that will top out around twenty or twenty-five feet when they are full grown. They are easy to grow and will have amazing and more dramatic results in soils that are moist and well drained. Hands down, it is the best ornamental tree and will add value to a home. The flowers this tree produces grow in clusters and can range in color from purple and red to white and pink

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  • Deer Berry

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  • Downy Serviceberry

    Downy Serviceberry are also known as Amelanchier Arborea. Hardy planting zones are 3-9. Growth rate is 13 to 24 inches per year. The Downy Serviceberry is a fast growing tree and will thrive in moist and well-drained soil types.

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  • Dwarf Witch Hazel

    Dwarf Witch Hazel are also known as Hamamelia Virginia. Hardy planting zones are 3-9. Growth rate is 3 or more feet per year. The Dwarf Witch Hazel is a fast growing tree or shrub and will grow well in moist, acidic soil types. This small tree can grow during the middle of winter when other flowers are dormant for the season. The blooms will have a wonderful sweet smelling fragrance to them

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  • Elder Berry

    This shrub can grow to be 10 to 20 feet tall and spread to 10 to 20 feet wide.  It will grow best in full sunlight and partially shaded areas.  This shrub will have beautiful cream colored flowers when in bloom in the spring.  It will also produce red, yellow and pink berries that will appear.

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  • Flame (Orange) Azaleas

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  • Flame Leaf Sumac

    The Flame Leaf Sumac Tree is a moderately growing tree and will do best in moist, well drained soils but can adjust well to other soil types.

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Bareroot Shrubs For Zone 6

Bareroot shrubs for zone 6 are very low maintenance and are great for busy homeowners and also landscapers to use when creating a beautiful area.  These shrubs come to the consumer in their dormant state and are bare root but are very easy to plant and grow.  There are some amazing selections to choose from such as bridalwreath spiraea and also some very gorgeous berry shrubs.  Planting the bareroot shrubs for berries is a great way to provide fresh berries to a family and they also add lots of color and life to a garden or lawn as they are blooming and producing sweet berries to be enjoyed. Click here for more plants