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2 Gallon Plants

White Climbing Hydrangea Vine
75 reviews
$49.95 $39.95
Endless Summer Hydrangea
52 reviews
$49.95 $32.95
Snow-N-Summer™ Asiatic Jasmine
40 reviews
$32.95 $24.95
Premier Blueberry Bush
30 reviews
Sunny Knock Out Rose
34 reviews
Blushing Bride Hydrangea
25 reviews
Pistachio Hydrangea
26 reviews
$89.95 $67.99
Twist-n-Shout® Endless Summer Hydrangea
30 reviews
BloomStruck Hydrangea
19 reviews
$39.95 $24.95
Tifblue Blueberry
19 reviews
Apricot Drift® Rose
18 reviews
Walkers Low Catmint
11 reviews

What Size is a 2 Gallon Plant?

Plant size fluctuates with the variety and type of plant. Two gallon bushes are usually between 10 inches to 2.5 feet tall and 10 to 22 inches wide. Spreading, low growing shrubs tend to be wider, but shorter in height. While trees and upright shrubs tend to be taller, but more narrow. Most flowering shrubs like 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 2 Gallon Plants?

This nursery pot size is just right for those of you who want the best of both worlds. 2 gallon plants are more developed than 1 gallon plants, but less expensive than 3 gallon. This size is a great size to get started with, not too small and not too hard on the wallet.

What are the Dimensions of a 2 Gallon Pot?

Two gallon pots are generally 8 to 10 inches wide and tall. They are usually slightly taller than they are wide, but this varies depending on the container manufacturer.

What Size Pot do I Need for a 2 Gallon Plant?

We suggest planting most of our bushes and trees in the ground for the best growth. But for plants that grow well in pots, like dwarf citrus trees, Japanese Maples, rose bushes and trees, and houseplants, up-pot to a planter no more than twice the size of the current nursery pot. We recommend a plant container size around 5 gallons. This means the container you pick will be around 10 to 12 inches tall and wide. For Drift Roses, you could use a hanging basket around 14 inches wide.

What Nursery Pot Sizes Do You Carry?

We carry 1 gallon, 2 gallon, and 3 gallon plant container sizes in shrubs, plants, and trees. Most of our trees come in 3, 5 or 7 gallon pots, but these are usually labelled by height. We occasionally carry smaller specialty perennials in quart containers. 

Be sure to browse our Plant Sizes for additional options!