Small trees can pack a big punch into your landscape. Saucer magnolia offers some of the most beautiful flowers of any tree. Its large blooms appear in shades of white, pink, and purple in mid- to late spring.
Flowering Shrubs by Season Bluebeard (Caryopteris selections) Enlarge Image close Add bluebeard (sometimes called blue mist spirea) wherever you want a refreshing punch of blue color in the late summer to early fall landscape.
We had a daphne when we were kids :) great suggestions of winter plants. The ultra-fragrant flowers of many daphnes, including Daphne bholua 'Jacqueline Postill', appear in midwinter. 'Jacqueline Postill' is evergreen. USDA Zones 7 to
Although it's considered a small tree, sumac has a compact, shrublike form that will fit into almost any size landscape. Botanic Name: Rhus typhina Light Conditions: light shade, full sun Size: 6 feet tall and wide Zones:
Little Mischief Roses - perfect resident for any sunny garden. It produces masses of red flowers (that fade to hot pink as they age) all season long. And this variety isn't bothered one bit by disease. Size: To 2 feet tall Zones:
Weeping Extraordinaire Flowering Cherry You'll be wooed and wowed by the giant pink blooms on this double-flowering, weeping cherry tree. As an ornamental element in the landscape, this flowering cherry can't be beat -
Orange Rocket Berberis - If you're looking for a low maintenance shrub that's deer resistant, rabbit resistant, drought tolerant and has outstanding foliage then look no further than Orange Rocket barberry.
‘Bloomerang’, a new lilac variety that blooms in spring, then new flushes of flowers fm midsummer until frost. grows about 5 feet tall /wide. medium-size hedge, a foundation planting by front door, or mixed in w/ perennials.
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Look here for ideas and inspiring galleries of combined flower and plant varieties. Create a colorful flower garden full of roses, lilies, daffodils, perennials and annuals by using our helpful guidelines for pairing plants. - Home And Garden
Weigela - (I'm not sure, but you might have one or more types of Weigela - they are big shrubs) - "Arching stems covered in bell-shape flowers in late spring to early summer make weigela a traditional favorite for mixed shrub borders and backgrounds.