Shrub planting beautifies your yard, provides shelter to wildlife, and adds shade for you and your family.
Absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen, trees and shrubs filter the air for us. The U.S. Department of Agriculture states, “One acre of forest absorbs six tons of carbon dioxide and puts out four tons of oxygen.”
What’s your type?
Aesthetics, maintenance, shade, and soil composition are a few considerations to make when choosing which type(s) of shrubs to plant. At Kutchey, our staff is here to answer all of your questions so you can decide which types of shrubs match your taste and landscape conditions.
Types of shrubs offered
Witch hazel, Forsythia bushes, Lilacs, Rose of Sharon, Fothergilla bushes, Oakleaf hydrangea, Red twig dogwood, Holly shrubs, King’s gold, Gold mops, Stewartstonian azalea, Rose bushes, Hardy hibiscus.