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Big or small, we are ready to help you with your outdoor project.Have Questions? Ask our Outdoor Expert at www.marvins.comJapanese BoxwoodGrows 4'x4'. Slow growing evergreen shrubwhich can be sheared to any height. Greatfor formal hedges. Sun to partial sun.Soft Touch HollyGrows 3'x3'. Dense, compact evergreenshrub with dark green leaves and soft,flexible branches. Sun to partial sun.Compacta HollyGrows 6'x6'. Compact growth with small,shiny dark green leaves. Sun to partial sun.Helleri HollySlow growing can reach 6'. Popular, lowmaintenance evergreen shrub with densegrowth. Makes a good hedge. Sun to light shade.HydrangeaDeciduous shrub which produces beautifulflowers. Grows 6'x6'. Drought resistant.Sun to partial sun.Endless Summer ®HydrangeaHydrangea that has superior beauty andability to flower all summer long.GardeniaGrows 3' x 4'. Dark green evergreen shrubproduces extremely fragrant white blossoms inlate spring or early summer. Drought resistant.LoropetalumGrows 6'. Evergreen shrub with rich purpleleaves. Fragrant flowers bloom at branchends in spring. Partial shade.Knock Out ® RosesGrows 3'x3'. One of the most diseaseresistant roses grown. Blooms all springthrough the fall. Full sun.Buford HollyGrows 8'x10'. Evergreen shrub with deepglossy green leaves and with large redberries. Sun to partial sun.Carissa HollyGrows 3' x 5'. Fast-growing, compactmounding form with glossy green foliagethat comes to a single point. Great for privacyhedges. Sun to partial shade.Nandina FirepowerGrows 2'x2'. Hardy, compact, evergreen shrubwith bright green summer foliage turning afiery shade of red in the fall. Ideal for borders.Drought resistant. Sun to partial sun.SpireaGrows 4'. Deciduous shrub which producessmall flower during the summer. Sun or shade.AzaleaSouthern signature flowering shrub availablein numerous sizes and colors.Encore Azaleas ®Bloom in the spring and fall. 23 varieties tochoose from in various colors and sizes.Indian Hawthorne/RaphiolepisGrows 6'x4'. Vigorous mounded form, largedark green leaves with pinkish flowers. Full sun.Marvin’s: EZ Shrubs 101Golden EuonymusGrows 3'x5'. Evergreen shrub with greenleaves having showy golden margin.Sun to partial sun.Blue Rug JuniperGrows 1' x 4'. Attractive creeping juniper withyear round blue foliage. Dense growth. Full Sun.CleyeraSlow growing can reach 6'. Evergreen shrubwith waxy foliage. Sun to light shade.Mondo GrassGrows 8"-12". Fine textured green foliage.Semi-shade.Pampas GrassGrows up to 10' with white plumes overgrass-like clumps. Full sun.Leyland CypressGrows 20' x 60'. Fast growing, pyramidalshaped evergreen. Blue-green, fine texturedfoliage adds charm to landscape. Makes anideal quick screen or hedge.LiriopeGrows 6" to 12" high. Produces attractive,violet-blue flowers which give this plantits charm. Sun or shade.ArborvitaeGrows 15'x4'. Evergreen with pyramidal shape.Group together to use for privacy. Full sun.English IvyGrows 8” high. Spreads horizontallybut may also climb to heights of 50’.• Shrubs are used to create a beautiful and uniquelandscape. Shrubs are easy to plant and not veryexpensive. They can be used to enhance an existingview or structure with an eye appealing setting or toblock an eyesore.• Selecting Shrub: 1 or 3 gallon. 1 gallon more economical,3 gallon provides instant size. 5 and 7 gallon shrubsavailable through special order.• Types of shrubs– Deciduous: loses foliage at the end of every season– Evergreen: having green leaves throughout theentire year– Flowering: produces blooms.• Know the plants’ mature height and width so you canspace the plant properly. The plant spacing lets youknow how far apart to plant different shrubs.• Planning: consider each location in the yard and howmuch sunlight it receives throughout the day. Find outthe sunlight requirements for the different shrubs choosing.– Assess the location before you put a shrub in the ground.Full Sun = more than 6 hours of direct sunlightbetween 10am & 6pm a day.Partial Sun = 4 to 6 hours of direct sunlight between10am & 6pm a day.Shade = less than 4 hours of direct sunlight between10am & 6pm a day.

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