Under 3 Feet
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Under 3 Feet plants will be the under story to your garden
Virginia Bluebells are an excellent plant under 3 feet to add beautiful color to your garden. They don't get over 1 or 2 feet tall. They have blue "bell-shaped" blooms in the spring. Virginia Bluebells are very low maintenance plants.
Under 3 Feet shrubs are spectacular sources for some of the shortest plants in the garden
Forsythia Shrub works is a super hardy. They love to be in moist and well-drained soils. These are an excellent choice for homeowners and landscapers as they are straightforward to grow and care for. They can also be trimmed and kept neat looking and also held to the desired height that a homeowner would like. They are amazing and adds a gorgeous look as they are in bloom during the summer. It is covered with small tiny yellow flowers in the spring and early summer. These shrubs also bring color in the fall as the leaves change to a yellow and then to burgundy as the season's change. The forsythia is a flowering shrub that blooms vibrant yellow in early spring. It's one of spring's first bloomers. shrub and can tolerate many types of soils and drought.
Under 3 Feet shrubs are normally very hardy and love water
The hay-scented fern (Dennstaedtia punctiloba) thrives in zones 3-8. This beautiful lacy plant gets to a height of two feet tall and reaches up to four feet wide. The hay-scented fern is yellowish green with feather-like fronds. The plant appears greener during the spring and summer and turns yellowish during the autumn. The hay-scented fern also has small dots on the back of the blades of the plant. The stalk below the edge of the fern appears dark brown and covered with white hairs. Triangular fronds are another distinguishing characteristic of the hay-scented greenery.