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We offer a huge variety of landscape shrubs including gardenias, azaleas, hydrangeas, roses, boxwoods, camellias, Indian Hawthorns, and many more!

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Landscaping Shrubs and Bushes for Sale at Plants by Mail

Incorporating an array of fresh, new shrubs and bushes into your garden can quickly rehabilitate the appearance of any landscape project. Plants by Mail offers an impressive selection of landscaping shrubs and bushes that are ordered online, pulled, packed, and delivered to thousands of customers each day!

Create a more inviting outdoor space by choosing to blend different types of bushes that we have for sale in our online nursery.

  • Hedging plants
  • Evergreen shrubs
  • Flowering bushes

We offer fast-growing shrubs such as

Our most popular shrubs include:

Choose Evergreen Shrubs for Year-Round Color and Privacy

A few needle-like foliage options that we offer:

Broadleaf evergreens available online:

Shrubs and Bushes FAQ

What is the best time of year to plant shrubs?

While the optimal time to plant shrubs will always depend on specific USDA zones and shrub types, the transitional period between spring and fall is the best time to plant. As the cooler weather subsides and the soil becomes warmer in the spring or cools after the summer, both conditions leave gardeners with ideal soil temperatures for healthy plants and shrubs.

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