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Shrubs

Some of these plants may be invasive in parts of North America. Check invasive.org, your local Extension Service or Nature Center for a list of invasive plants in your area. 

Siberian Squills for example only appear, at this time, to be a problem in the Midwest, while Japanese Spirea is a problem East of the Rockies.

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Arborvitae

Shrubs

Bearberry

Shrubs

Beautyberry

Shrubs

Black Elder

Shrubs

Boxwood

Shrubs

Buttonbush

Shrubs

Caryopteris

Shrubs

Chastetree

Shrubs

Daphne

Shrubs

Forsythia

Shrubs

Fothergilla

Shrubs

Meyer Lilac

Shrubs

Mockorange

Shrubs

Mugo Pine

Shrubs

Ninebark

Shrubs

Potentilla

Shrubs

Privet

Shrubs

Smokebush

Shrubs

Spirea

Shrubs

Tree Peony

Shrubs

Weigela

Shrubs

Yew

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