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Bushes That are Commonly Used in Landscaping: Did You Know Them?

Common Bushes Used in Landscaping
With the variety of attractive bushes available, the trend of landscaping one's garden refuses to die down. So if you're looking for some options, read this Gardenerdy article to know more.
Gardenerdy Staff
Last Updated: Dec 10, 2017
Suburban Americans have landscaping bushes as one of their favorite hobbies. In the last few years, many industries have come up that offer the service of lawn development and landscape design. But sometimes landowners are not aware of the options available and the various types of bushes that are best suited to beautify their garden.
Therefore, people are either confused about getting the best bush for their garden or spend excess money in hiring a designer or consultant. Before landscaping it is must to have a vision of how it will change the look of your garden after the plants grow to the fullest. The types of bushes that grow for nearly 1 to 3 meters act as an excellent cover to hide undesired views.
Bushes Used for Landscaping
• Adam's Needle
• Alpine Currant
• Alpine Currant - Green Mound
• Arborvitae
• Barberry - Concorde
• Bear-berry - Massachusetts
• Beauty Bush - Dream Catcher
• Berberis - Atro Nana
• Burning Bushes
• Butterfly Bush - Miss Ruby
• Butterfly Bushes
• Compacta Burning Bushes
• Coral Berry - Magic Berry
• Cotoneaster - Cranberry
• Deutzia - Chardonnay Pearls
• Dogwood - Arctic Fire
• Double Flowering Plum
• Dwarf Burning Bushes
• Elderberry - Black Beauty
• Euonymus - Blondy
• Evergreen Hedges
• Flame Amur Maple
• Flowering Quince - Texas Scarlet
• Forsythia - Fiesta
• Holly - Blue Princess
• Hydrangea - Annabelle
• Lilac Bushes
• Potentilla - Gold
• Privet Bushes
• Pussy Willow
• Red Twigged Dogwood
• Rose of Sharon
• Rose of Sharon Bushes
• Spice Bushes
• Spirea Bushes
• Weigela Bushes

One of the best ways to keep a landscape in a good shape is to prune it regularly, which is also a must for other plants as well. Pruning is required to give the plant a desired shape and to stop it from outgrowing the other varieties. The pruning process is very simple, you just need to cut the stem after an interval during its growing season. It also adds to the density as well as the growing base of the plant. Those who think that to maintain a landscape is very difficult and a tedious job but still want their garden to look attractive, can go for small landscaping or flowering bushes and/or trees that are easy to maintain.
Landscaping and Rock Retaining Wall
Cotoneaster in Autumn
Burning Bush on the street
Spring impression
Burning Bush???