This dwarf shrub makes a great foundation plant for high sun garden beds and is known for its dark purple foliage.
In addition to its elegant spires of dark green leaves, Rosemary produces small but beautiful blooms from early spring to late summer.
Lavandula angustifolia is a low-maintenance plant that thrives on very little water, making them one of the best small shrubs for rock gardens.
This dwarf evergreen shrub typically produces fluffy white flowers much smaller than their full-sized cousins and is just as delicate to match.
The blooms make a great cut flower with a fragrance that endures even after these showy blooms are cut.
Azaleas are fussy, but once they’re in full bloom, you’ll be rewarded with massive clusters of bright flowers in shades of red, pink, purple, or gold.
Most topiary shrubs need constant pruning to keep their shape, but not the Arborvitae, even under full sun!