Collection: Low Maintenance Shrubs, Garden Bush

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Low Maintenance Garden bushes are a versatile and popular addition to any landscape. These evergreen shrubs can provide structure, privacy, and visual interest to your outdoor space. Here are a few types of garden bushes commonly used.

Boxwood (Buxus), garden bushes are known for their dense, evergreen foliage and compact growth habit. These low maintenance shrubs are often used for hedging, borders, or as foundation plants. Boxwoods can be pruned into various shapes, making them a great choice for formal gardens.

Privet (Ligustrum), Privet garden bushes are fast-growing, deciduous or evergreen shrubs that can be used for hedging or as individual specimens. They produce clusters of white flowers in the spring and can be pruned to maintain a neat shape.

Hydrangea (Hydrangea), bushes are loved for their stunning and showy blooms. They come in various colors, including pink, blue, white, and purple. Hydrangeas prefer partial shade and moist, well-draining soil. They are a beautiful addition to borders, mixed borders, or as standalone focal points in the garden.

Roses (Rosa), bushes are renowned for their exquisite flowers and delightful fragrance. They come in a wide range of colors, sizes, and varieties. Roses require sun, well-draining soil, and regular pruning to maintain their health and shape.

Bougainvillea garden bushes are low-maintenance shrubs that produce clusters of flowers in fall and spring. They come in different colors, including deep pink, Red, white and light pink. Bougainvillea's are excellent for borders, mass plantings, or as accents in the garden.

Liriope garden bushes are cherished for their evergreen, colorful blooms that appear in spring. They come in various sizes and colors, including shades of purple purple. Liriope prefer full sun and well-draining soil. They can be grown as to frame borders.