Plants By Type
Pink Azalea – Rhododendron Canescens
These shrubs are among the most popular flowering shrubs, good site selection and proper planting methods will make a difference in promoting healthy, vigorous plants. The Rhododendron Canescens is a large suckering shrub that grows 10 to 15 feet tall. Fragrant flowers range from white to pink to rose, blooming from late March to late April. These shrubs are a classic Southern plant, both for the structure they provide year-round and for the magnificent floral displays they produce. Few other flowering shrubs put on such a spectacular show—some shrubs produce so many flowers at once that you can hardly see the leaves! North America has 17 native species of these shrubs. They are native to the southeastern United States. These shrubs grow best in zones 4 thru 9 and can grow to mature height of 6 to 15 feet with a matching width. These plants grow best in full sunlight and well drained soils.
Shrubs will add that special touch to any lawn or landscape
This shrub will be a great addition to your lawn or flowerbeds. It will produce great looking shrubs and will also provide you with beautiful blooms.
Shrubs also add beauty and color to your home and flowerbeds
This shrub will burst with color when in full bloom. It will be a great shrub for your lawn and you can also enjoy the sweet fragrance that these blooms will supply.