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1 Gallon Plants

Pink Muhly Grass

Pink Muhly Grass

216 reviews

Pink Muhly Grass Billowy, Pink Clouds Blur Your Landscape into an Impressionist Painting! Accents areas of your landscape that need a little "some...

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Pampas Grass

Pampas Grass

51 reviews

Pampas Grass Extremely Hardy Grass! Pampas Grass grows anywhere you plant Large white flower stalks Great for privacy Deer and drought tolerant Su...

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Gold Mop Cypress

Gold Mop Cypress

71 reviews

Introduction A Truly Unique, Evergreen Shrub that will have you Standing Out in the Crowd Vibrant, yellow color that will turn heads Softens up th...

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Blue Rug Juniper

Blue Rug Juniper

36 reviews

Introduction Great for Erosion Control and on Steep Slopes Winter landscaping shrub that will bring you blue color all year Silver blue foliage th...

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Burning Bush Shrub

Burning Bush

32 reviews

Introduction Fiery Red Fall Color in a No Maintenance Shrub The Boldest, Brightest Red! Fast Growing! Lush Foliage is Perfect for Hedges Even grow...

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Soft Touch Holly

Soft Touch Holly

53 reviews

Introduction A Compact Holly with a Soft Touch! Low maintenance and easy to grow Evergreen shrub Mature size is 2 x 2 feet Great addition to any l...

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How Big is a 1 Gallon Plant?

This varies greatly with the type and variety of plant. One gallon bushes can be anywhere from 8 inches to 2 feet tall and 8 to 18 inches wide. Low growing, spreading plants tend to be shorter and wider. While upright trees and shrubs tend to be taller, but more narrow. Most flowering shrubs like Encore Azaleas will be rounded and as tall as they are wide. Dwarf shrubs tend to be on the smaller side because they grow slower above ground and to a more compact size at maturity.

Why Purchase 1 Gallon Plants?

Smaller bushes are less expensive so they are perfect for those of us on a budget. These younger plants often establish even faster than large plants. Once planted, 1 gallon shrubs grow and acclimate quickly.

What are the Dimensions of a 1 Gallon Pot?

1 gallon pots are generally 6 to 7 inches wide and tall. They are usually slightly taller than they are wide, but this varies within the plant industry.

What Size Pot do I Need to Upgrade a 1 Gallon Plant?

We recommend planting most of our shrubs and trees in the ground for best results. But for plants that grow well in containers, like dwarf citrus trees, houseplants, Japanese Maples, Drift Roses, and Knock Out Rose Trees, up-pot to a container no more than twice the size of the current pot. Choose a plant container size around 2 gallons or less. This means the pot you choose will be around 8 to 10 inches tall and wide. A hanging basket will be closer to 12 inches across.

What Plant Container Sizes Do You Carry?

We carry 1 gallon, 2 gallon, and 3 gallon nursery pot sizes in shrubs, plants, and trees. Larger trees often come in 3, 5 or 7 gallon pots, but these are generally labelled by height. On occasion we carry smaller perennials in quart containers.

Be sure to browse our online plant nursery for additional options!


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