Feb 9, 2018
What do we mean when we say "dwarf shrubs?" After all, the dwarf version of a 75-foot tall conifer might be a cultivar that only gets 45 feet. That won't be the case in this episode where we'll focus on shrubs that stay less than 4 feet tall and wide. Plant breeders have been hard at work, developing these miniature dynamos, so you're sure to hear about something you've never planted before-like a viburnum that sounds like it would be right at home in a sushi restaurant.
Expert Ed Gregan, Northeast field representative for Carlton Plants, a wholesale bare-root grower in Dayton, Oregon.