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Caragana Siberian Peashrub Plants
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Caragana Siberian Peashrub plants ship as one to two foot tall 2 yr bare root plants in Spring OnlyOrders shipping to the following states: AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, and WY are subject to a 20% handling charge due to additional plant preparation and shipping surcharges.
Caragana arborescens, or siberian peashrub, is a native deciduous shrub that provides a dense windbreak cover or screen where growing conditions are otherwise difficult. The Siberian Peashrub Caragana flowering shrub produces beautiful yellow flowers during the spring and summer. The winter berry fruits of the Siberian Peashrub make it an excellent source for wildlife food.
Caragana flowering shrub is an erect, oval, shrub, often taller than broad with moderate, sparse branches. The peashrub is cold and drought tolerant.
Plant 4-6' apart for a hedge.
Video on the basics for planting container grown plants:
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