Shrubs are essential to many habitats, including parks, gardens, and even urban streetscapes. They provide shade and privacy for homeowners, act as windbreaks for crops, increase the biodiversity of an area by providing food and shelter for wildlife, filter pollutants from the air, and can make a landscape look lush and inviting. Additionally, shrubs are often used to protect soil from erosion or block excess sunlight. Their natural beauty makes them a favorite with landscaping professionals – they add color and vibrancy to any yard while requiring minimal water resources. Undoubtedly, shrubs contribute to our environment – in our homes or nature.