Beauty and texture
Shrubs can be your first line of defense  in a windbreak.






Need Shade or Privacy but Lack Space?
Shrubs and small trees can be planted in containers to add instant shade or privacy. For even more versatility, put wheels on large planters for ease in moving them.







Shrubs for wildlife and pollinators
Shrubs can provide an inviting habitat for needed pollinators, birds and other beneficial insects and wildlife.





Small Shrubs and Woody Herbs

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Autumn Sage
Broom Snakeweed
Butterfly Bush
Desert Bird of Paradise
Feather Dalea
Golden Currant
Mealy Cup Sage
New Mexico Olive
Hibiscus, Paleface
Pyracantha (Firethorn)
Rough Twin-Pod
Shrubby Poreleaf
Sumac, Evergreen
Threadleaf Groundsel
Three Leaf Sumac
White Sage
Winter Fat
Yellow Bells



Agerita Barberry
Apache Plume
Fallugia paradoxa
Blue Sage
Creosote Bush
Four-Wing Saltbush
Mormon Tea
Pale Wolfberry
Skeletonleaf Goldeneye
Sumac, Skunkbush
Sumac, Littleleaf
Whitethorn Acacia

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