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White Dogwood Tree

White Dogwood Tree

The White Dogwood Tree is a beautiful, small deciduous tree native to eastern North America. It is admired for its elegant, four-petaled snowy or pinkish-snowy flowers and distinctive branching pattern, often seen in spring gardens and landscapes. The White Dogwood Tree grows between 15 and 25 feet tall and has a magnificent spread of 20 to 25 feet. It grows at about 1 or 2 feet per year and usually blooms between the ages of 5 and 7.   The Bracts Of the White Dogwood Tree Although the brilliant snowy blooms look like flowers, they're a particular form of leaf called bracts. Bracts look like petals and surround the actual flowers, which occupy the same space in the center of the bracts that the stamina does in a regular flower. The effect is breathtaking during the late spring and early summer when the snowy, petal-like bracts scintillate in the sunshine. The central flowers can be either yellow, snowy, or pink, and the multicolored effect is dazzling. The Leaves Of The White Dogwood Tree The regular leaves of this plant are bright green ovals that are a lighter green on the bottom. The leaves get lighter overall as the year progresses, being nearly pastel by the time they fall off during the autumn. The slow morphing of the leaves' color is one of the charming qualities of this plant, which can be a perfectly balanced focal point in any garden.  The Berries Of White Dogwood Tree Berries form during the late summer, and the bracts gradually darken to purple as the season turns to fall. This plant is a shining example of a time-lapse color change. At the same time, this plant produces red and snowy drupes, a specific kind of berry made up of clumps of smaller items called carpels. This gives both sorts of berries a pleasing, distinctive appearance on stems about 3 inches long.  In addition to the more common species of pollinators, such as honey bees and butterflies, this White Dogwood Tree supports a specific species of andrena mining bee that only gets its pollen from them. Additionally, when they fall off, both the bracts and the leaves break down very quickly, making this gorgeous plant suitable for the soil of the whole garden. These plants will also help gardeners stave off soil erosion, so it's a good-looking plant that'll be a terrific focal point and a hardy sentry that protects the garden's soil.

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Elderberry Bush

Elderberry Bush

The Elderberry bush is a medium-sized shrub with opposite compound leaves and clusters of tiny, creamy-white or pale pink flowers, followed by dark purple-black berries arranged in umbrella-like clusters. It is a versatile and beneficial plant used in landscaping. This deciduous shrub offers many advantages with its attractive foliage, beautiful blooms, and fruits. Elderberry Bush Can Look Like A Shrub Or A Tree Deciduous elderberry shrubs can range in size from little trees to shrubs with several trunks. One type has tiny white blooms with five lobes, five stamens, and a tri-style ovary. Another type is yellowish-white and has five flattened petals. They thrive in partially shaded, damp places like meadows, marshes, forest borders, ditches, thickets, and floodplains. Typically, the most fertile canes have developed lateral branches by the second year. After the fourth year of growth, you can trim off the older canes since they become much less productive. Increase Pollination With Elderberry Bush Elderberry Bushes are great pollinator magnets due to the abundance of nectar in their vast, flat, shallow blossoms. Moths, beetles, flies, butterflies, and beetles are some pollinating insects that visit these blooms. They continuously provide nectar and pollen for bees throughout the growing season. When planted in clusters around an orchard, they will attract more pollinators. Even though they produce fruit on their own, they often experience an increase in yield when cross-pollination occurs. Because of their thick growth and ability to produce new branches yearly from the base, they are excellent for screening off unwanted views. Furthermore, they can aggregate into thick masses, which makes them perfect for creating natural landscapes. Their dense foliage can also provide wind protection. Planting them along driveways or fence rows is an excellent way to enjoy their seclusion. Add Wildlife Nutrition With TN Nursery Plant Elderberry Bush Elderberry Bush provides unparalleled natural habitats and food sources. Their aromatic blossoms encourage pollinators like bees and butterflies to visit the garden, which is good for biodiversity. They are essential to a healthy ecosystem since they provide a source for birds and small animals like moose, foxes, bears, mice, and deer.

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Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel

The Witch Hazel is a deciduous shrub known for its spidery, fragrant yellow to orange-red flowers that bloom in late winter to early spring, often before its leaves emerge. This makes it a unique and welcome sight in gardens. It is a versatile shrub that offers numerous landscaping benefits beyond its well-known medicinal uses. Native to North America and parts of Asia, these deciduous shrubs are prized for their unique appearance, vibrant foliage, and striking winter blooms. When incorporated into landscape designs, this plant can enhance outdoor spaces with a range of aesthetic and functional advantages. Witch Hazel adds Interest Throughout The Year Four-Season Interest: In late winter or early spring, the shrub bursts into bloom, displaying fragrant, spidery flowers in shades of yellow, orange, and red. This early flowering period provides a much-needed splash of color when most other plants are still dormant. Additionally, Autumn's foliage turns vibrant shades of yellow, orange, and red, creating a stunning autumnal display. Natural Privacy Screen: This shrub, with its dense branching and arching habit, can be an effective natural privacy screen. Planted strategically along property borders or in groupings, it can shield outdoor spaces from prying eyes and create a sense of seclusion. Pollinator-Friendly: The flowers are a valuable nectar source for early-emerging pollinators, such as bees and butterflies. By attracting these beneficial insects, this shrub contributes to the overall health and biodiversity of the landscape, promoting a balanced ecosystem. Tolerance to Shade: It thrives in partial shade to full sun, making it an excellent option for landscapes with varying light conditions. Its adaptability allows for planting in different locations, from under the canopy of more giant trees to sunnier spots in the garden. Erosion Control: The extensive root system helps stabilize the soil and prevent soil erosion, prevention on slopes, or areas prone to water runoff. Low Maintenance: Once established, this shrub is relatively low-maintenance. It is resistant to pests and diseases and requires minimal intervention. Wildlife Attraction: Apart from pollinators, this shrub attracts other wildlife, such as birds, which feed on the seeds and seek shelter within the shrub's branches. This feature contributes to the overall biodiversity and liveliness of the landscape. Winter Interest: Distinctive, ribbon-like flowers appear in winter, adding a unique touch to the landscape during an otherwise less colorful season. These spidery blooms can withstand light frosts, offering an enchanting sight in colder climates. Versatile Uses: Beyond standalone plantings, this shrub can be incorporated into mixed borders, woodland gardens, or naturalized areas. Its adaptability allows it to blend seamlessly with other plants and design elements. In conclusion, Witch Hazel is valuable to any landscape design, offering four-season interest, privacy screening, pollinator support, erosion control, and low maintenance. Its unique beauty and ecological contributions make it a sought-after shrub for enhancing outdoor spaces. By incorporating this shrub into landscaping plans, homeowners and landscape designers can create visually appealing and ecologically friendly gardens that stand out every season. Witch Hazel Has Bright Golden Blooms This green-leafed shrub blooms with bright yellow flowers between October and December. The ribbon-like yellow petals usually appear after the leaves have fallen but sometimes will appear while the oval-shaped yellow autumn leaves still cling to the branches. It also has fruits that will form from fertilized flowers. They first appear as green capsules but then turn brown over time. Its scientific name is because this shrub’s flowers, fruits, and leaves can all appear on its branches simultaneously. Hamamelis loosely translates as “together with fruit.” Its hardy nature makes it an easy-to-grow shrub. Because of this, it is trendy amongst gardeners as a shrub hedge or screen. Its fragrant flowers often lead to it being grown in an area where its pleasant scent is noticeable. It is usually the last bit of color in a garden due to its late bloom. Witch Hazel Thrives In Most U.S. Zones This shrub can be planted successfully in U.S.D.A. zones 3 to 9. It requires a lot of sunlight and does best in full sun or partial shade. Flowering will peak in full sun. It does well in moist, acidic soil and can handle heavy clay soil. The height increases by 13 to 24 inches yearly, giving it a slow to medium growth rate. If preferred, pruning can be done in early spring to keep the shrub from growing too large. This plant requires little maintenance to flourish and rarely has insect or disease problems. Witch hazel has a broad, rounded leaf arranged in an alternating pattern along the branches. The flowers are also noteworthy in appearance, with slender petals. Some bloom in spring while others counter that, and the plant can showcase its cycle between seeding and blooming, such as the snapping type with seeds that split in a manner that ejects the seeds to a sufficient distance of nearly 30 feet. The sunny yellow flowers of this shrub add a glow of happiness to yards and gardens. The delightful fragrance of those flowers creates an even more cheerful atmosphere. It is so easy to care for and an excellent fit for even the hands-off gardeners.

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Red Crepe Myrtle

Red Crepe Myrtle

Red Crepe Myrtle has clusters of rose flowers that provide a burst of shade to the landscape and draw pollinators such as butterflies and bees, promoting a healthy ecosystem. As the seasons change, the plant's foliage transitions from green to shades of orange and rose, adding further visual interest. Red Crepe Myrtle is a distinctive, deciduous tree that is often easy to identify thanks to its individualized and captivating aesthetics. While they are available in a variety of flower colors, the crimson blooms stand apart with stunning flair. The tree thrives in areas ranging from the Arizona desert to the coastal Atlantic states from Florida to Massachusetts. Why should you consider planting this tree in your yard? Bring Pollinators to Your Yard With Red Crepe Myrtle It emits fragrant tree sap. This sap, as well as the blooms, draws bees and roughly 30 other insect species to your yard. These beneficial insects act as pollinators for the other plants in your garden. In addition, beautiful birds are drawn to both the tree and the insects that are attracted to it, making the tree a vital part of a healthy ecosystem on your property. While they attract insects, these are generally beneficial insects that feed on other pests. By drawing these useful insects to your yard, you can dramatically and naturally reduce the number of unwanted and harmful bugs that otherwise may thrive in the space.  the High Of The Red Crepe Myrtle They are trees that generally have multiple trunks that fan outward. While there are different varieties of these trees that grow to different heights, they generally reach 10 to 20 feet tall with wide branch coverage that spans 15 feet. The trees grow up to three feet each year, making them well-suited for bolstering privacy. While the trees look lovely standing in the middle of a yard, many people choose to grow them along a fence line to take advantage of their foliage. The Unique Bark of The Red Crepe Myrtle Red Crepe Myrtle has smooth bark that is usually pinkish-gray. The green leaves are typically small and oval-shaped, and they turn gorgeous shades of orange and yellow in the fall before falling off for the winter. The petals have a crimped look that makes the flowers look full. The yellow centers stand beautifully apart from the crimson petals.

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Pink Flowering Dogwood

Pink Flowering Dogwood

Pink Flowering Dogwood is a small, deciduous ornamental tree known for its delicate rosy-red blossoms, typically blooming in early spring. These blossoms add beauty and charm to landscapes. They are a prized addition to landscaping projects, offering an array of advantages encompassing aesthetic, ecological, and practical benefits. Their unique attributes create a harmonious interplay of visual beauty, environmental support, and functional value, making them a favored choice among landscape designers and homeowners.  The Pink Princess Dogwood Is Distinctive   The distinctive color of its flowers, which stands out against the backdrop of emerging green foliage, creates a captivating focal point in gardens and yards. Ecologically, it contributes to the local ecosystem. Its blooms provide nectar for pollinators like bees and butterflies, fostering biodiversity and facilitating essential ecological interactions. The tree's berries, which follow the flowers, offer nourishment to birds and small mammals, further enhancing the interconnectedness of the local wildlife community. Functionally, it offers practical benefits as well. Its moderate size makes it suitable for various landscaping applications, including as a specimen tree or as part of a mixed border. Its adaptability to multiple soil types and growing conditions enhances its usability in diverse landscapes. The tree's deciduous nature introduces the allure of changing seasons, with its vibrant autumn foliage offering an additional burst of color. Furthermore, its distinctive variegated foliage and rosy, cream, and green splashes enhance its year-round visual appeal. This trait adds an extra layer of interest and beauty to the landscape even when the tree is not blooming. In conclusion, they bring many benefits to landscaping designs. From its captivating aesthetic allure and ecological contributions to its practical versatility and year-round visual appeal, this tree enriches outdoor environments. Its capacity to infuse landscapes with elegant beauty, attract pollinators, and provide both visual and ecological value positions it as a cherished choice for those seeking to create visually pleasing and ecologically vibrant landscapes. Pink Flowering Dogwood Is A Captivating Tree The Pink Flowering Dogwood, scientifically known as Cornus florida, is a captivating and ornamental tree native to the eastern United States. It is renowned for its exquisite beauty, particularly its striking rosy or rosy-hued blossoms that adorn its branches in the early spring. These blossoms make it a beloved and sought-after addition to gardens and landscapes. This tree generally grows to 15-30 feet tall, with a slightly wider spread, forming a rounded or vase-shaped canopy. Its signature feature is its profusion of showy, four-petaled flowers that appear in clusters, known as bracts. These bracts are not the actual flowers but modified leaves surrounding the small, inconspicuous real flowers. The bracts start as soft, pale, and rosy and gradually deepen in color as they mature, creating a captivating gradient of hues. As the seasons progress, the tree undergoes a mesmerizing transformation. In spring, the tree symbolizes roses and beauty, attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies. During summer, its vibrant green foliage provides a lush and cooling canopy. In the fall, the leaves turn shades of crimson, scarlet, and burgundy, adding a rich tapestry of color to the landscape. Moreover, it produces small, shiny red berries that birds find valuable in autumn. This tree is prized for its beauty and adaptability to various soil types and sun conditions. It is often used as an understory tree in woodland settings, where its delicate blossoms contrast beautifully with the dappled light filtering through the canopy. Pink Flowering Dogwood Is A Symbol Of Grace  The Pink Flowering Dogwood is not just a tree but a symbol of grace, resilience, and the enduring beauty of nature. This magnificent plant is a true spectacle with its delicate and intricate petals, vibrant colors, and captivating fragrance. Its blossoms, in various shapes and sizes, change with the seasons, offering a constantly evolving display of beauty throughout the year. Whether found in gardens, parks, or natural landscapes, this exquisite plant never fails to impress, inspiring feelings of wonder and awe in all who have the privilege of experiencing its splendor.

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Blue Hydrangea

Blue Hydrangea

Blue Hydrangea has vibrant dinnerplate blooms, lush foliage, and versatility, making it famous for gardens, parks, and residential landscapes. Scientifically known as macrophylla, it is a captivating flowering shrub celebrated for its enchanting beauty and the tranquil ambiance of gardens and landscapes. Revered for its vibrant azure blossoms, it is a botanical masterpiece that has charmed horticulturists and nature enthusiasts for generations. With a profusion of attractively hued blooms, Blue Hydrangea makes beautiful additions to any garden. The flowers appear in clusters or cones up to eight inches wide. The foliage is generally deep green with a matte or waxy surface, but leaf shapes vary significantly between varieties. Some plants produce oblong or heart-shaped leaves between four and eight inches long, while others are adorned with serrated, deeply veined, or lobed leaves of similar size. Blue Hydrangea Has Amazing Blue Blooms One unique fact about Blue Hydrangea it is the most eye-catching parts of the plant aren't made up of petals, as is the case with most other flowering plants. Instead, showy, colorful blooms are comprised of petal-like structures called sepals. Sepals are sturdier than regular flower petals and protect the tiny flowers hidden behind or below them. Their bloom clusters vary from faint sky-blue to deep purple, with most shades in between. The color of the flowers it produces is based on the plant's variety and the content of certain minerals in the surrounding soil. Get Blue Hydrangea Dies Back In Winter They go dormant in the cooler months. As warmer weather returns, the plants start putting on new foliage, and new flowers begin forming in mid-to late spring. They will burst into full bloom in the early summer, with the flowers generally reaching their prime during June, July, August, and September. Some varieties only bloom once per growing season, while others rebloom continuously throughout the summer. Creating Height and Depth With Blue Hydrangea Blue Hydrangea can grow six feet or more with a six-foot branch span. These standard varieties are suitable for creating a border, a flowering green wall, or a divider between lawn areas. If space is a consideration, smaller varieties that are great for raising pots or planters are also available. These varieties will reach just two to three feet with a similar branch-spread diameter. Some plants also act like vines and can scale trees and fences to heights of 50 feet or more.

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Red Flowering Dogwood

Red Flowering Dogwood

Red Flowering Dogwood is a fiery rose blooming favorite and an ornamental tree with numerous landscaping benefits. It brings a range of advantages that contribute to the overall appeal and ecological health of the surrounding environment. Red Flowering Dogwood, also known as Cornus florida var. rubra, is a vibrantly colored species that stands apart from most other trees. If you plant one in your yard, you'll enjoy its eye-catching colors from spring through fall. The Intense Colors Of Red Flowering Dogwood These trees delight those who want to experience fall-like colors throughout the growing season! When spring arrives, they're covered in bright rose flowers that could make you swear it's already fallen. Don't worry, though, because these trees also transform into a reddish-purple color to celebrate autumn's arrival.  The brightly colored flowers will undoubtedly catch everyone's attention, but they're not the end of the show! Shortly after the flowers appear, there will also be reddish leaves that eventually turn into a classic green color. However, there's still one more trick left in these oval-shaped leaves, as they will transform again for the fall season. Crimson is the best word to describe how these leaves end their lifecycle, giving you a brilliant display of color. The Berries Of Red Flowering Dogwood The leaves will eventually fall to the ground during the fall season, but this tree still isn't fully revealing itself. Fall time is when the berries come into the picture, and they'll keep the rose-red around for a little longer. If you enjoy looking at birds, you'll want to invest in at least one of these trees, as wildlife of all types will flock to its berries. The Bark Of The Red Flowering Dogwood The bark of these trees is yet another thing that helps set it apart. Made of a unique and attractive light gray color, the bark will be pretty smooth and delicate during the early years of its life. Once it begins to age, you'll notice a scale-like texture appearing. Although this may remove its former smoothness, it adds another compellingly beautiful aspect to these relatively short trees. Regarding their height, Red Flowering Dogwood will only reach 20-30 feet, making it ideal for planting around your home. Give yourself and your entire neighborhood a tree to capture everyone's attention.

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Carolina Allspice

Carolina Allspice

Carolina Allspice blooms delight the senses, emitting a sweet and spicy fragrance reminiscent of ripe strawberries, which adds a delightful ambiance to any outdoor space. The maroon to brown blooms are eye-catching and long-lasting, ensuring a beautiful display throughout the growing season. It is a captivating and versatile plant with numerous landscaping benefits. Native to the southeastern United States, it is cherished for its unique characteristics and aesthetic appeal, making it a famous choice landscape. Carolina Allspice, formally named Calycanthus floridus, is a rounded deciduous shrub that grows in the eastern United States. It's often called sweetshrub in honor of its fragrant deep-red blooms, which are said to carry the scents of strawberry, pineapple, and banana. The shrub adapts to various settings and grows taller in shady areas. Habitat Of The Carolina Allspice It is native to the Southeast. In the wild, it grows along streambanks, shady woodlands, and mixed deciduous forests. When you find this understory shrub on hillsides, clearings, and by woodland edges, its structure will likely be open and sparse. Appearance Of The Carolina Allspice it grows six to nine feet tall and equally wide in cultivated settings. From April to May, the plant produces a bountiful supply of large, solitary, magnolia-like blooms at the ends of its branches. These clustered, maroon to reddish-brown flowers will continue to appear less frequently in June and July. As the weather warms, the blossoms become quite fragrant. The plant itself is aromatic and dense. Its dark, oval-shaped green leaves and smooth grayish-brown bark emit a pleasant scent when scratched or bruised. The plant's glossy foliage will turn yellow to yellow-green in the fall as the flowers yield to form leathery, brown, urn-shaped seed capsules. These pods ripen in September and October and last through the winter, emitting a lovely fragrance when crushed. Transform Your Garden With Carolina Allspice  They make beautiful all-season additions to various garden settings. They are wonderful when planted near outdoor living spaces, walkways, patios, and entrances, where they can serve as privacy screens. The shrub also does well in naturalistic settings, like woodland gardens, and it makes a lovely cutting plant for flower arrangements. Its closely packed branches provide nesting habitat and protective cover for songbirds and small mammals. They also host moths, such as the double-banded zale and the oblique-banded leafroller moth. During the spring and summer, beetles pollinate the shrubs in a process called cantharophily. If you're looking for fragrant, floral shrubs that add richness and depth to your garden, consider planting Carolina Allspice. With their gorgeous blossoms and lush green leaves, you will surely be delighted by their presence.

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Wisteria Vine

Wisteria Vine

The Wisteria Vine is a highly fragrant woody trailing plant known for its cascading clusters of fragrant, pea-like flowers in lavender colors, often grown on pergolas, trellises, and arbors for its ornamental. They are renowned for their stunning beauty and hold great value in landscaping due to their numerous attributes. The Stunning flowers of The Wisteria Vine This beautiful Wisteria Sinensis is a vine-covered in pale purple flowers and bright green leaves. Its stems create woody plants that can either twist together to create a trunk-like appearance or elongate to twine around supports. The plant can expand up to 20 to 35 feet in length, and it can support multiple plants that branch out from the central stem. Wisteria Vine is a highly fragrant woody plant known for its cascading clusters of lavender-colored, pea-like flowers. It is often grown on pergolas, trellises, and arbors. The characteristic flowers of this plant dangle in long strings of blossoms all over the plant. Clusters around 12 inches hang off the plant and hold rows of small, regularly spaced blooms. Individual flowers feature a large petal at the top and two smaller petals cupped together around a center with yellow-green stamens. Flower petals can be all shades of purple and white, and some may have a bluish or pinkish tint. It's common for the flower clusters to have a pleasant, ombre appearance, with flowers at the tip of the cluster being a much darker shade of purple. Wisteria Vine Is Flexible  Since this plant's flexibility can twist into many shapes, it's a highly versatile landscaping option. Some people prefer to keep their plant as a tree or bush. It can be a charming accent that produces clusters of fragrant flowers wherever you place it. You can also set this plant near a supportive trellis or wall if you want a genuinely eye-catching landscaping structure. Especially when planted in bunches, you can create stunning arcs, tunnels, ceilings, and walls of beautiful purple flowers. Wisteria Vine Has Stunning Foliage Wisteria Vine usually blooms around early May before the plant has even started to sprout leaves. After having a lush coat of nothing but purple blossoms for a while, the plant begins to produce small, lime-green leaves that blend beautifully with the flowers. The flowers leave in summer, and the leaves gradually darken to a rich, emerald green. Once the weather cools, the leaves turn a brilliant yellow before falling away to reveal the fascinating twists and loops of the underlying branches.

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Lilac Shrub

Lilac Shrub

Lilac Shrubs are beloved for their fragrant blooms and versatile nature and offer various benefits when integrated into landscaping designs. Its striking appearance, captivating fragrance, adaptability, and contribution to the overall aesthetic and sensory experience make it a sought-after choice for enhancing outdoor spaces. The Lilac Shrub blooms in early spring. When you see it, you know that summer is not far away. Here's why this plant is so popular. Lilac Shrub Offers Perfume in the Air Many people find the intoxicating fragrance of them romantic. The aroma is fresh, clean, and powerful but not overpowering or cloying. Instead, it smells breezy, gentle, and refreshing. The scent is easy to identify because it is so unique. For many, it's reminiscent of childhood when the world was redesigned. Just one bouquet can create a refreshingly crisp scent in any room. The breezy floral fragrance can lift you, and the magical aroma adds another layer of charm to your home. Lilac Shrub Blooms Early Spring  The standard type may be the most beautiful of all the early spring flowering trees. The large clusters of tiny flowers are often pale purple but bloom in other shades. Yellow blooms are thrilling to the eye. The bright yellow flowers and their captivating perfume are almost too stunning to behold. These shrubs can make even a lackluster landscape look amazing. For such a show-stopping plant, they are surprisingly sturdy. They will grow anywhere and happily prosper in almost any soil, climate, or condition. Because these blooms are hardy, they need little attention and are virtually indestructible. They don't need watering, and they're highly drought-resistant. Many bushes still flourish where they were initially planted on the grounds of old homesteads. The farmhouses are long gone, but the plants continue to thrive. Because they can live for decades, they're a great addition to any property you intend to pass on to future generations. Lilac Shrub's Come In Many Shapes & Sizes  Lilac Shrubs come in a multitude of sizes and shapes. Mini bushes for smaller city gardens reach four feet, while the typical pastel purple plants can reach 15 feet. The showy plant fits in nicely and makes a strong statement almost anywhere. They will delight the eye for years to come.

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Forsythia

Forsythia

Forsythia has vibrant yellow, bell-shaped flowers that bloom profusely in early spring before their green leaves emerge, creating a striking burst of color in gardens and landscapes. It is a deciduous shrub widely appreciated for its abundant and vibrant yellow flowers that herald the arrival of spring. It offers numerous landscaping benefits, making it a popular choice for gardens and outdoor spaces. One of the primary advantages of incorporating it into landscaping is its early-blooming nature.  The Golden Color Forsythia Forsythia is unparalleled in filling yards with a profusion of golden colors. Their early-season blossoming is so abundant that it covers landscapes in a kaleidoscope of yellow hues, signaling the arrival of spring. Pollinators that emerge during the first signs of spring rely on the nectar produced by these blooms. Seeing these colorful, bell-shaped blossoms arranged so closely together along the stems is breathtaking. They can reach eight to ten feet in height and ten to 12 feet in width. Their bark is rough and gray-brown. They can be erect, rounded, mounded, or arching. Their branches can be straight or curved. You can plant them as focal pieces or in mass groups. Yellow To Purple Foliage With The Forsythia In addition to their showy yellow blossoms, they alter their leaves with the seasons. The leaves transition from green to yellow to purple depending on the time of year. They stay primarily green during the summer and transition from yellow to deep purple hues throughout late autumn, right before falling to the ground. These plants go dormant in the winter. They, particularly the more significant types, are shrubs that proliferate, often reaching a height of two feet in only 12 months. Because they grow fast, they can quickly fill empty spaces in gardens and landscaping. Their fast growth also makes them work well as natural privacy screens. You can even grow them as hedges and borders for gardens and driveways. Their rapid growth also increases their resilience to environmental stresses. Design a Border With Forsythia In addition to their use as natural hedges and borders, forsythias provide a great deal of creative flexibility in design. Planting them side by side along a garden path will cause them to grow inward, creating a natural archway. Some people use them to create focal points. Others use them to help with soil stabilization on sloped banks because of their deep, complex root systems that retain topsoil.

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Twilight Crepe Myrtle

Twilight Crepe Myrtle

Twilight Crepe Myrtle, or Lagerstroemia indica, is known for its stunning dark purple foliage and vibrant pink to lavender flowers, which add a striking contrast to garden landscapes. It is a popular choice in landscaping due to its numerous benefits and aesthetic appeal. This deciduous shrub, renowned for its stunning flowers and vibrant foliage, brings a range of advantages to outdoor spaces.   Twilight Crepe Myrtle, also known as Lagerstroemia indica, is a tree with gorgeous purple flowers. Its distinctive trunk makes it easy to use as a living fence for your yard. Twilight Crepe Myrtle Is A Perfect Size The highlight of this 20-foot-tall tree is its flowers. They stay in bloom for longer than most other trees, which makes them a favorite of those who adore floral accents in their yard. They have crimped petals, and each panicle grows to approximately 3 1/2 inches. Each flower is attached to five others, thereby creating six parts. Twilight Crepe Myrtle Blooms For Months The flowers typically last from July through September. After which, brown dehiscent fruits appear in a six-valved capsule. Once a capsule falls to the ground, it splits open to help more trees grow. The bark of these trees exfoliates to reveal multiple shades of gray and brown. When you combine this with the rarity of how long they bloom, you have an eye-catching tree that draws people's attention. The leaves can grow in three patterns: whorls, alternate or opposite. Either way, they grow in groups of three. In autumn, the leaves will change to a stunningly brilliant red. By then, the flowers are gone, leaving only the fall leaves to brighten your yard. Fortunately, the entire process starts again in the spring, so you'll enjoy gorgeous purple or red colors throughout most of the year. Twilight Crepe Myrtle Creates A Homes for Birds  Another good reason you'll want to consider planting them is that they provide the perfect natural habitat for wrens and songbirds. Therefore, if you've ever wanted to experience a nest up close, this tree will make your wish come true. Twilight Crepe Myrtle also provides any lawn with a lot of vertical interest, which gives it fantastic curb appeal. The best presentation is typically in a triangular pattern with three trees, which takes advantage of the tree's rather unusual shape. Rather than having one simple trunk, they spread out into many branches from a low-lying, close to the ground level, creating even more visual appeal.

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Old Fashion Snowball

Old Fashion Snowball

Old Fashion Snowball is a showy deciduous shrub prized for its spherical clusters of large, flashy, sterile white flowers that resemble snowballs, adding charm and elegance to gardens and landscapes. It is a versatile and aesthetically pleasing shrub that offers numerous benefits when incorporated into landscaping. The old-fashioned snowball is a flowering shrub that was a mainstay in residential yards decades ago. Many people may remember these eye-catching shrubs when visiting their older relatives' houses. Of course, if you've never heard of this shrub, you may be surprised to learn that it's been around for centuries. It was first introduced into the United States in the 1700s. Its botanical name is Viburnum Opulus, and it's prized for its large white flowers. Other names for this bush include the Japanese or European bush. Prized Features of the Old Fashion Snowball Viburnum Opulus is a flowering shrub. Its large, round flowers, which have a three-inch diameter, are prevalent in late spring and summer. The flowers are initially green, then turn white and sometimes pink. These shrubs can reach heights of between six and 12 feet. In the fall, the green leaves turn red and purple, which helps give this bush three-season appeal. Best Landscaping Uses For Old Fashion Snowball Landscapers and gardeners can plant this vibrant bush anywhere they have space in their yard. Due to their lush foliage, they look best along fencelines and as focal points in medium—to large yards. They also make incredible living privacy fences. Old Fashion Snowball Is Great For Pollinator Gardens Old Fashion Snowball is a great shrub to add if you're looking to attract more bees and butterflies to your home. The pollen and nectar attract butterflies and bees, and the red fruit and its seeds attract birds, which is excellent for the birdwatcher in your family. Since Old Fashion Snowball can grow to a height of 12 feet, gardeners may want to choose plants to fill the void created by the shrub's stem and foliage. Great plants to plant under the Viburnum Opulus include lobelia, bacopa, and alyssum. Additionally, smaller bushes and shrubs usually do well under the viburnum. Gardeners can also plant vica vines and English ivy around these bushes. Gardeners who want to turn their yards into a botanical show will love the Viburnum Opulus. They're prized for their large round flowers and three-season appeal.

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Chinese Snowball Bush

Chinese Snowball Bush

Chinese Snowball Bush is a popular ornamental shrub in landscaping due to its striking appearance and various benefits to outdoor spaces. Native to China, this deciduous shrub belongs to the Caprifoliaceae family and can reach a height of up to 12 feet with an equal spread. When used in landscaping, it offers several advantages that enhance the aesthetics and functionality of the environment. Understanding the Chinese Snowball Bush The Chinese snowball bush is an extravagant deciduous flowering plant that can reach 20 feet wide and 25 feet tall. These plants grow to their largest size in warmer climates. While its scientific name is Viburnum macrocephalum, its common name is derived from the rounded, eight-inch blooms that grow from April to June. The flowers that grow on it quickly turn white after blooming. In the beginning, however, they're lime green in color. The Blooms Of The Chinese Snowball Bush The infertile flowers on these shrubs mainly grow in the spring but can produce a full bloom during the fall. From the moment they bloom to the time they turn white, the flowers are sterile and don't have a fragrance, which is unique compared to other viburnums. While most of these shrubs don't produce fruit, a specific variety combines fertile and sterile florets that may accommodate fruit growth. Even though the rest of the plant's foliage remains dark green throughout the spring and summer, the oval leaves turn a pleasant shade of burgundy once the fall arrives. From late April to the end of May, Chinese Snowball Bush offers significant cuts that can be placed in vases. The buds of these white flowers can remain intact for weeks or months. The Viburnaceae family consists of many plants. Of these varieties, they have the most giant flowers. Primary Plant Characteristics Of Chinese Snowball Bush The main characteristics of them include the following: Dark green leaves with serrated margins Rounded chartreuse blooms Pubescent stems Resists deer but attracts birds and butterflies Leaves are one to two inches wide and two to four inches long. Undersides of leaves have unique star-like hairs. Semi-evergreen in nature Relatively coarse texture Tolerant of pruning The entire plant grows with a rounded or vase-like shape.

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Muskogee Crepe Myrtle

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle is a striking deciduous shrub or small tree with vibrant lavender-pink flowers and smooth, cinnamon-colored bark. It adds a burst of color and elegance to gardens and landscapes. This famous ornamental tree offers many benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. With its stunning visual appeal, adaptability, and ease of maintenance, it has become a favored choice for many landscapers and homeowners alike.  Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Is A Great Choice For Homeowners  The Muskogee Crepe Myrtle is an excellent choice for homeowners who want to add interest, texture, and color to their landscape. Each tree has smooth, brown stems that fan out into a vase shape. The branches contain even rows of oval leaves in a beautiful deep green shade. These attractive colors and textures become even more exciting when this tree blooms with lavender flowers. Its vibrant look will surely draw the eye wherever you plant this beautiful tree. Starting in spring, these trees begin to produce cone-shaped bunches of flowers. Each flower cluster consists of several small, individual, pinkish-purple petals with a crinkled appearance similar to tissue paper. After going through their flowering season, these trees produce clumps of berries that add even more visual interest to the tree. Clumps of small, round berries on the end of each branch gradually transform from shiny, green berries to brown, serrated seed pods. This tree's flowering and berry-producing seasons can last several months because it produces new flowers regularly. Explore the Many Ways to Garden With Muskogee Crepe Myrtle These trees have endless purposes throughout the landscape. A tidy row of them can be a lovely way to border a walkway or fill in narrow strips of land. Standalone versions can be a focal point on a lawn and look great, bordered with other flowers or decorative grasses. You can even use clusters of these trees to create a hedge that provides privacy and shade. The Versatile and Appealing Shape of Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Muskogee Crepe Myrtle comes in many shapes and sizes. Some landscapers keep it as a compact bush, while others let it soar to 30 feet or more. Those who prefer a classic tree shape can choose a single-trunk variant, while people who like a denser look can select a multi-stem style. Whatever its height and branch arrangement, this tree's crown tends to spread out into a horizontal, oval shape with densely packed leaves and branches.

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Flowering Dogwood Trees

Flowering Dogwood Trees

Flowering Dogwood Trees are hand-crafted and come in a variety of colors. They are one of Sprin's most glorious types, with delicate blooms and green foliage. TN Nursery offers the best prices on grafted dogwood trees, and we guarantee our plants for one full year. Flowering Dogwood Trees Are Highly Sought After  The Cherokee Brave is a fascinating and distinctive type known by its scientific name, Cornus florida 'Comco No. 1'. This particular ornamental type is highly sought after in horticulture thanks to its exceptional beauty. In the spring, the plant's large clusters of vibrant, deep pink to reddish blooms create a stunning contrast against its dark green foliage, making it a sight to behold. As a small deciduous type, it usually grows to 20-25 feet. It offers year-round visual interest with its attractive branching pattern and fall foliage, which displays shades of red. It is cherished for its aesthetic appeal, which makes it a popular choice for enthusiasts. Additionally, the plant holds cultural significance among Native American tribes like the Cherokee, where it embodies traits of resilience and natural elegance in garden landscapes. The White Princess type, scientifically known as Cornus florida 'White Princess,' is a breathtaking ornamental type that exudes enchanting elegance. Gracefully standing at 15-20 feet tall, this compact type boasts a profusion of creamy white blossoms in spring, arranged in clusters that create a magical spell of delicate allure. As the seasons progress, the leaves of this plant change to a vibrant red in autumn, adding another layer of visual interest to the plant. Whether you have a small garden or a large landscape, it is an excellent choice for adding year-round joy to your outdoor space and is sure to be the centerpiece of your garden.  Spring Grove type, scientifically known as Cornus 'Spring Grove,' is a stunning ornamental type cherished for its vibrant foliage and graceful form. This deciduous beauty typically reaches a height of 15-20 feet with a similar spread, making it ideal for small to medium-sized gardens. In spring, it flaunts clusters of creamy white flowers that contrast beautifully against its deep green leaves. As the seasons progress, the foliage transforms into rich shades of burgundy and purple in autumn, adding a striking display of color to the landscape. Its elegant structure and year-round visual interest make Spring Grove type a beloved gardener choice. The Super Princess type is a botanical masterpiece that amazes those who come across it. With its graceful branches extending upward towards the sky, it displays a magnificent crown of striking pink flowers that radiate with vibrant energy. Not only is this variety unique for its exceptional resilience, but it also possesses a natural elegance that captures the attention of all who behold it. Flowering Dogwood Trees' regal height and abundance of flowers make them a cherished centerpiece in gardens and parks worldwide. But beyond its ornamental value, the Super Princess carries cultural significance, symbolizing grace, strength, and enduring beauty.  The Pink Kousa, scientifically known as Cornus kousa var. chinensis 'Pink,' is stunning. Originating from East Asia, these ornamental types display breathtaking pink blossoms in late spring, creating a captivating spectacle for anyone who gazes upon them. The unique and delicate star-shaped flowers adorn the branches amidst the glossy green foliage and exude an unmatched ethereal charm. As the seasons progress, the blooms give way to raspberry-like fruits that add to their beauty and attract an array of wildlife, including birds. With their graceful form, vibrant hues, and exceptional beauty, these are more than just exquisite ornamentals. Flowering Dogwood Trees Has A Rich History The Chief Red is a magnificent and towering symbol of Cherokee heritage with a rich history and captivating legend. Its vibrant, crimson-hued leaves sway gently in the breeze as if dancing to the whispers of generations past, embodying the strength and resilience of the Cherokee people. According to the legend, Chief Red, a noble leader, had his spirit entwined with the earth upon his passing, giving rise to this magnificent type. For the Cherokee tribes, this plant is a site of great reverence and spiritual significance, serving as a sacred gathering place for ceremonies where stories of bravery and wisdom are shared, echoing through the rustling leaves. The magnificent Greensleeves Kousa is an ornamental type with beauty and elegance. They boast a lush canopy of green foliage and an abundance of stunning white blooms that charm any landscape. As a deciduous type, it can grow to an impressive height of 15 to 30 feet, providing a picturesque backdrop for any outdoor setting. In spring, their green flowers bloom and transform into a vibrant red fruit in autumn, which serves as a natural food source for birds and other wildlife. With its moderate growth rate, these can thrive in various soil types and prefer partial shade to total sun exposure.  Flowering Dogwood Trees Are Highly Prized  The Rubra Red, scientifically known as Cornus florida 'Rubra,' is a stunning ornamental tree highly prized for its vibrant spring display of pink to red flowers. These beautiful blossoms stand out against the backdrop of its dark green foliage, creating a picturesque scene in gardens and landscapes. As the seasons progress, the Flowering Dogwood Trees' foliage transitions to shades of red and purple in the fall, adding another dimension of beauty to its appearance. This compact, deciduous type typically reaches a height of 15-30 feet, making it ideal for smaller gardens or more significant landscapes. Its beauty and adaptability make it a favorite among gardeners.

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Natchez Crepe Myrtle

Natchez Crepe Myrtle

Natchez Crepe Myrtle is a tall, deciduous shrub or small tree with pristine white flowers, smooth, exfoliating bark, and attractive foliage. It is a popular choice for ornamental landscaping and offers many benefits when integrated into landscaping designs, making it a highly sought-after choice for enhancing outdoor spaces. It has everything from stunning flower clusters to a beautiful curb appeal. Once it blooms, you can enjoy having elegant flowers for the entire summer. The flowers are so dense that it looks like the tree is covered in snow. You don't have to search any further for a garden favorite that you are sure to please. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Is a Lovely Focal Point Some plants were made to blend into the background, but not this tree. You can't go wrong with this option if you want a focal point for your yard. The lush green leaves look beautiful for most of the year. When autumn hits, this tree turns fiery red and orange. The leaves and flowers aren’t the only thing that stands out. You'll notice a lovely cinnamon color if you look at the smooth bark. This outer bark peels in the summertime to reveal a beige bark underneath. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Is A Perfect Tree Height While some trees can extend 50 to 80 feet into the sky, this tree is known for attaining a reasonable height. Once it reaches full maturity, it will stand just 20 feet high. This makes it an ideal tree for your garden or backyard. Plus, it is known for proliferating, which means you can plant it and enjoy its height in just a few years. Use Natchez Crepe Myrtle for Long-Lasting Blooms Natchez Crepe Myrtle stands out with its flower blooms. Many perennial plants only bloom for a couple of months or less, but this tiny tree blooms for up to five months a year. The tree produces white flowers that grow in lovely clusters in spring and summer. When the blooms stop, it is time for autumn and stunning red-orange leaves. When you start working on your landscaping, you want it to look fabulous immediately. Natchez Crepe Myrtle can help because of its speedy growth. Gardeners can expect this plant to grow 3 to 5 feet a year until it reaches maturity. This means it only takes a year or two for the plant to start looking like a tree after you purchase it from a plant nursery. Before long, you can relax under the shade of the green foliage and enjoy its white flowers.

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Snow Hill Hydrangea

Snow Hill Hydrangea

Snow Hill Hydrangea is a compact deciduous shrub with large rounded clusters of white, snowball-like flowers, making it a popular choice for garden borders and as a foundation plant. They bring various benefits to landscaping projects, contributing to outdoor spaces' visual aesthetics, versatility, and overall charm. This hydrangea cultivar offers unique features that make it a valuable choice for various landscape designs. One of the primary benefits of landscaping is its stunning floral display. The Snow Hill Hydrangea is perfect for people fantasizing about winter wonderlands. With snowball-like blooms, these gorgeous shrubs bring the beauty and magic of them to your garden without the chill of a natural snowfall. What Can I Expect From the Foliage of Snow Hill Hydrangea Formally referred to as arborescens, this deciduous shrub is a compact plant, with most specimens topping around five feet in height. In terms of width, they typically span three feet to five feet. Stems are tan with a velvety texture. The simple leaves are serrated with fine hair. Either rounded or oval, they're broad and measure three inches to six inches across. Most will be at most six inches in length. This native shrub has two-tone leaves in the spring. The tops are deep green, but the undersides are paler green. Of course, these leaves change with the seasons. In the fall, they turn yellow. How Do Snow Hill Hydrangea's Bloom They produce impressive ball-shaped clusters of flowers that measure between eight inches and 12 inches. These clusters are formed by incredibility dense groupings of smaller flowers. Each bloom features four or five petals and measures less than one inch across. They have a lengthy bloom period. It starts in May or June. Flowers will generally remain white until September. Does Snow Hill Hydrangea's Bloom Change Color While many can react to soil changes by changing the color of their flowers, it won't disappoint fans of the winter season. They consistently deliver white or cream flowers at the start of the summer season. It is a deciduous plant, so it does reflect the seasons. If the ball-shaped blooms are allowed to dry in place, they will shift briefly to pink before turning brown. It's a different look, but these dried flowerheads can still add visual interest to a fall garden.  Snow Hill Hydrangeas are striking plants that efficiently fulfill various purposes. They can serve as a focal point or provide concealment. They grow beautifully along slopes and in borders, and they would be happy in rain gardens, shade gardens, and pollinator gardens.

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Mapleleaf Viburnum

Mapleleaf Viburnum

Mapleleaf Viburnum is a deciduous shrub with distinctive three-lobed, maple-like leaves and clusters of small, white flowers followed by blue-black berries, making it an attractive choice for woodland gardens. It is a versatile and attractive shrub that offers a range of benefits when used in landscaping projects. With its unique characteristics and aesthetic appeal, this plant can enhance outdoor spaces and create a visually pleasing environment. Mapleleaf viburnum is a deciduous shrubbiest known for its red berries that turn blueish-black during summer. However, it also features flowers and other types of beautiful foliage, particularly during the year's warmer times. Mapleleaf Viburnum Is A Small Shrub This plant can reach around 3-6 feet in height and generally has a 2-4 feet spread. Its fuzzy leaves are usually 2-4 inches long with around five lobes that have serrated edges. The reason for it being in its name is because those leaves are shaped like maples. Seed production typically starts around when this plant reaches two years of age. A sealed seed coat then protects its seeds. In many cases, one of these shrubs can blossom into a colony of them. Flowers and Berries Of Mapleleaf Viburnum It creates white flowers in addition to its fruit. Blooming occurs between May and August, usually in June, while fruiting generally occurs between July and October. Meanwhile, those berries, popular with butterflies, birds, deer, rabbits, chipmunks, and people, can remain ripe into winter. The colors this plant's leaves display during fall are stunning, and they can vary significantly as the weather and prevailing light conditions are significant factors. Possibilities include yellow, orange, pink, red, and purple. This coloring tends to occur in October and November; the timeline depends on local weather conditions and related factors. Buds created to prepare the shrub for what is coming the following spring will be visible once those colorful leaves have fallen. Where Mapleleaf Viburnum Is Found More generally, Mapleleaf Viburnum is primarily located in the eastern half of North America. In the United States, it can be found in significant numbers from the country's northeast west to Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Wisconsin and Illinois, southwest to East Texas, and south to North Florida.

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Pink Crepe Myrtle

Pink Crepe Myrtle

Pink Crepe Myrtle is a deciduous shrub or small tree with vibrant, pink crepe-paper-like flowers and smooth, cinnamon-colored bark. It is often used for ornamental landscaping. Its captivating beauty and versatile characteristics offer many advantages when incorporated into landscaping endeavors. Its unique attributes provide a harmonious blend of aesthetic, ecological, and practical benefits, making it a cherished choice among landscape designers and homeowners. Thanks to its large, colorful blooms and standout look, the pink crepe myrtle is a beautiful addition to any yard. This deciduous tree grows well in various conditions, making it well-suited for enhancing aesthetics in many yards. If you plant this distinctive tree in your yard, you can enjoy several exciting benefits. What are these benefits? Vibrant Colors Of The Pink Crepe Myrtle Its long-lasting blooms cover most of the surface area of the leafy branches, which can grow up to 15 feet in diameter, making this colorful tree a focal point in the yard. The flowers' colors range from baby rose to fuchsia, carnation, and hot and rosy shades. In addition, the slightly rounded leaves are deep green, and the bark has a pinkish-gray hue. The bark is generally smooth and mottled, which adds to its fascinating look. Enhance Pollination With The Pink Crepe Myrtle Many types of plants rely on pollinating insects and birds. The flowers on this tree have a strong fragrance. In addition, the bark emits sap, and these two elements combine to attract up to 30 pollinator species to the yard. Pollinators are beneficial insects and birds that have a solid impact on the overall health of your yard’s small ecosystem. Many birds and insects drawn to these trees are beneficial in other ways. For example, these bugs and birds often feast on the various damaging pests in a yard. By managing the population of unwanted pests, your plants can enjoy an overall healthier environment. More Privacy Is Available With Pink Crepe Myrtle Many homes are built close to each other, allowing direct views from the windows and porches of one house to those of another. This lack of privacy erodes the comfortable living experience in the home. Pink Crepe Myrtle trees often grow up to 20 feet tall and have dense, bushy branches. When the tree is in full bloom, it may be impossible to see through the flowers and branches. Because the tree grows well above the height of a privacy fence, privacy reaches a new level.

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Black Chokeberry

Black Chokeberry

Black Chokeberry has delicate white flowers that bloom in spring, creating an eye-catching display. In the Fall, they are replaced with blackberries. It is a great source for birding shrubs and a highly favored shrub by homeowners. Black Chokeberry Is In The Rose Family  Black chokeberry plants are a shrub species and part of the rose family. Native to the eastern part of North America, these branching shrubs are known for their gorgeous dark-red color in the autumn and their tiny black berries, which have been known to attract certain bird species frequently. So, if you're hoping for more avian visitors in your garden, the plant could be the perfect one to introduce to the area. Characteristics Of The Black Chokeberry Although Black Chokeberry is a relatively common-looking plant, it offers a simple beauty to spruce up any outdoor area. The shrub is known for its glossy, dark green leaves, which will gradually shift to a breathtaking crimson as the season changes to autumn. It also produces lovely flowers, typically white or pink; these bright, colorful flowers make the shrub a popular choice for gardens, courtyards, and walkways. During the fall, tiny blackberries will start to appear, contrasting nicely with the lighter shades of the flowers. On average, it will rise to between three and six feet high. The pretty flowers will typically be approximately two to three inches across. The bush will usually appear in medium-sized clusters, which will be wider near the top, creating an appealing cone-like shape. Black Chokeberry works perfectly if you're looking for a shrub that can take up some space while complementing the more exuberant plants in an outdoor space. This shrub is often used to add some life to a home's front yard, and it can also be effective as a hedge, enhancing the privacy and curb appeal of your property. Because of the plant's relatively neutral, mild colors will be an excellent addition to just about any area. Black Chokeberry Is Breathtaking In The Fall They are lovely, versatile shrubs that can help you fill in a sparse garden, enhance the front of your home, or add some extra beauty to your backyard. While the shrub is lovely all year, it will become stunning during autumn, producing breathtaking colors and attracting birds to your property.

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Japanese Hydrangea

Japanese Hydrangea

Large Japanese Hydrangea is a shrub featuring large, conical clusters of white, showy flowers that gradually turn pink or red as they mature, creating a stunning display in gardens and landscapes. Incorporating them into landscaping offers various benefits that contribute to the beauty and versatility of outdoor spaces. These elegant shrubs bring striking flowers, adaptability, low-maintenance care, potential for multiple uses, and a timeless charm to garden settings. Japanese Hydrangea has Huge Blooms As summer arrives, these Snowball Hydrangea live up to their name. The blooms grow in rounded clusters and can reach an impressive size of 10 inches. Each spherical cluster includes many tiny flowers, each with four delicate petals. Although initially pale green, they turn a beautiful white during summer. On a sunny day, the blooms look especially radiant as they reflect the sun's rays. The shrub leaves have a rich green hue, complementing the attractive white flowers. When it is in full bloom, its flower clusters may become thick enough that they mimic the appearance of snow. People often plant several shrubs to enjoy being enveloped in their beauty. Japanese Hydrangea Has Timeless Elegance  Japanese Hydrangea, also called Annabelle, is perfect for anyone who wants to add timeless elegance to their property. The enormous flower clusters look ethereal on a breezy day as they sway and bob gently. The rustling sound of the leaves in the wind adds to the peaceful look the shrubs boast. Each silky flower petal contributes to the overall smooth look of these shrubs.  When these shrubs adorn landscapes, they add unique beauty. Homeowners use them to create luxurious tranquility. Event venues use them to design magical-looking spaces for outdoor weddings or other special occasions. The stunning off-white petals complement nearly every hue and shade. With their bright and clean appearance, they can improve the look of any landscape. Today, these shrubs are famous for moon gardens because of their captivating beauty and pleasant aroma. Japanese Hydrangea Has A Wonderful Aroma  Japanese Hydrangea emits a subtle scent comparable to sweet alyssum or jasmine as the blooms appear. On a warm summer day, the smell is delightful. Also, the blooms blend well with the lovely and woody scents of other flowers, shrubs, and trees. Overall, this type of shrub is a versatile choice that appeals to all the senses and adds a distinct touch of sophistication.

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Red Weigelia

Red Weigelia

Red Weigelia is a deciduous ornamental plant known for its profusion of tubular, dark scarlet to pinkish scarlet flowers that attract pollinators and add a splash of color to garden landscapes. It is a versatile and attractive shrub commonly used in landscaping to enhance the aesthetic appeal of outdoor spaces. With its stunning trumpet-shaped flowers and unique foliage, this plant brings several benefits to landscaping projects. It is one of several attractive cultivars developed after the flowers were imported to England from Japan in 1845. Scarlet is only one of the colors present in this array of cultivars, and others include pink, purple, or even orange. But the crimson version is among the prettiest, especially when combined with the finely tapered and slightly serrated leaves. Red Weigelia Has Tons Of Flowers Although not broad or showy, the flowers still make a lasting impact because of the purity of their color and the fineness of their shape. The delicateness of their 2-inch length belies their incredible hardiness. They often bloom from the last frost until the first frost, dominating the space below the 12-inch line in the garden. These fantastic flowers don't just look good, either. These trumpet-shaped blooms smell like sweet citrus, filling the air with a delightful aroma that attracts human visitors to the garden and pollinators. The Leaves Of Red Weigelia The leaves are about 4 or 5 inches long, slender, and finely tapered. They form an eye-pleasing green bed that accentuates the marvelous blooms throughout the spring and summer into fall. The petioles are short, which allows the leaves to overlap one another for a splendid layered effect. In bright sunshine, especially on dewy mornings, the light will reflect off the flowers, lending their hue to the leaves and creating a pleasing multicolored effect. Red Weigelia Is Great for a Tiered Presentation Because Red Weigelia and its flowers grow only to about a foot in height, taller plants of the same or similar colors can be planted behind them, creating the tiered look. These flowers look smashing, surrounding a focal point in a garden, such as an imposing tree. Combining them with an epiphytic plant of the same color that climbs the trunk creates a quirky and beautiful botanical palette. Red Weigelia attracts different species of pollinators, which is crucial for the garden's success and the environment. The leaves are also a necessary part of the life cycle of certain butterflies, which adds to the plant's beneficial environmental impact.

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Weigela Shrub Collection - 3 Varieties (Red, Pink & Varigated)

Weigela Shrub Collection - 3 Varieties (Red, Pink & Varigated)

Weigela Shrub Collection, with its vibrant blooms and lush foliage, has long been a cherished addition to gardens worldwide. These ornamental plants, belonging to the Caprifoliaceae family, offer many benefits beyond mere aesthetics. Among the diverse array of Weigela cultivars, the pink, red, and variegated varieties stand out, each possessing unique characteristics and advantages that make them beloved choices among gardeners. THIS OFFER IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE BUY 1 GET 1 FREE Consider the shrub if you want to add low-maintenance color to your property. It is a relatively fast-blooming plant that comes in various colors, such as red and pink, and it can also be varied to add multiple hues to a single plant. What Does The Weigela Shrub Collection Collection Look Like This plant ranges from a foot to almost 10 feet tall, depending on your buying type. Its flowers are about an inch or two long and vary in color depending on the variety you acquire. Leaves can be green during spring and summer and will not drastically change colors during fall. Why Buy The Weigela Shrub Collection The best reason to buy the Weigela Shrub Collection is that it offers the diversity of colors you need at an affordable and convenient price. You can use this plant to line the edge of your garden or turn a dull driveway or patio into something you'll love to look at. Weigela Shrub Collection Is Deer Resistant  Weigela Shrub Collection won't harm humans or pets because it's non-toxic. Therefore, you won't have to worry about your baby or dog getting sick after licking or accidentally ingesting a flower. Furthermore, it is resistant to most insect and pest damage and is unlikely to be eaten by deer or other animals that might pass by. Planting a Weigela Shrub Collection can result in timely ground cover as it is relatively quick to grow once in the ground. Depending on your preferences, getting away with little or no mowing of covered surfaces may be possible, as it's unlikely to get so unruly that you're creating a nuisance for yourself or your neighbors. Although the roots won't be as strong as those of other trees or plants on the market, getting them in the ground can help to stabilize soil to some extent.

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Arrowwood Viburnum

Arrowwood Viburnum

Arrowwood Viburnum shrub blooms with clusters of creamy white flowers, creating a visually stunning display. In late summer, the flowers give way to glossy, dark green leaves that turn red, purple, and orange tones in the fall, providing captivating foliage throughout the year. Arrowwood Viburnum Has Stunning Foliage  Adding Arrowwood Viburnum to your landscape allows you to enjoy gorgeous, deep green leaves throughout the spring and summer. In late spring, you can expect white flowers in small, creamy clusters. After the flowers have finished blooming, the bush develops dark blue drupes. Homeowners love Arrowwood Viburnum because they maintain lush leaves in spring and summer. Once autumn rolls around, the plant lights up with fiery colors. Depending on the location and nutrient balance, you can expect your bush to turn vivid red, sweet yellow, or reddish-purple. Arrowwood Viburnum Is A Perfect Garden Shrub Because of its breathtaking fall colors, this plant is a popular choice for autumn gardens. It will grow at medium speed to about 2 feet tall. This makes it ideal for rows in your garden. If you prefer keeping your perimeter open, you could use it as a fence. Specific cultivars can grow taller than 2 feet, so you can pick a particular cultivar if you want a higher fence. For example, some cultivars can grow up to 7 feet tall. Attract Stunning Butterflies With Arrowwood Viburnum This might be the bush for you if you are a passionate birder. They are popular among birds because of their abundant fruits. After flowers appear in the spring, you will also notice various butterfly species. Historically, this plant grew as far north as New Brunswick and was native to southern Georgia. It developed its name because of its strong shoots. Originally, Native Americans used the roots to make arrow shafts. Today, Arrowwood Viburnum is best known for its natural beauty. Besides including it as a hedge next to your house, you can use it to create lovely borders along your garden paths. Known for forming a low fence, it doesn’t grow exceptionally tall. Because of this, it is best used along borders and walkways. With careful planning, you can use this shrub to add autumn color to your landscape.

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Pink Hibiscus

Pink Hibiscus

Pink Hibiscus is a sub-shrub with large, trumpet-shaped, showy rosy flowers and glossy green leaves, often grown for its tropical appeal and ornamental value in gardens and landscapes. Its captivating charm and vibrant characteristics offer a range of advantages when integrated into landscaping designs. Its distinctive attributes provide a harmonious blend of aesthetic, ecological, and functional benefits, making it a cherished choice among landscape designers and homeowners. Pink Hibiscus is a magnificent tropical flower with radiant rose blossoms that are shaped like trumpets and bloom throughout the late spring and summer, often all the way into the autumn. Healthy plants can grow to a height of 15 feet and have flowers of all different colors. Other than their eponymous color, they can be white with cranberry accents and center to raspberry-colored or purple blooms of two or three different shades. The Leaves Of The Pink Hibiscus In the springtime, the leaves are a marvelous two-toned yellow and green that darkens over time to full green by the end of summer. The plant is evergreen in warm climates, so it will be a sentry of charming green throughout the lean, cool months. The leaves are finely tapered ovals about 4 inches long, and there are small ridges along the edges in symmetrical patterns that wonderfully complement the enormous blooms. Pink Hibiscus Has Stunning Blooms The "Pride of Hankins" is a vibrant crimson and has double petals. The "Chiffon" variety is so pale that it's almost white and also has double petals put together with bright yellow stamina. "Sweet Persuasion" is a rich, deep purple with yellow stamina and forms an awesome contrast with the brightness of the other varieties of this flower in the garden. Because these flowers come in so many colors, they are also well-adapted for inclusion in horticultural color palettes with other flowers of similar colors. Because they're herbaceous perennials, the leaves fall off in autumn and come back the next spring. Each year, they'll get a little larger until they reach their true majesty after about five or six years. The brilliance of these flowers showcases itself in the brightest summer sunshine, and during their full growth down the line, they can even act as super-colorful focal points in any garden. Pink Hibiscus Helps the Environment And Pollinators Because Pink Hibiscus blooms in such rich and bright colors, these flowers are exceptional at attracting pollinators like bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. They'll usually attract so many that all plants in the garden will receive visits from the diminutive yet equally colorful members of the pollination brigade. The flowers' extensive root system contributes to soil stabilization and prevents erosion, making them among the healthiest perennials for the environment.

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Black Haw Viburnum

Black Haw Viburnum

Black Haw Viburnum is adorned with clusters of creamy white blossoms, adding a touch of elegance and grace to the landscape. These fragrant flowers attract butterflies and bees, providing an eye-catching spectacle for humans to admire. Black Haw Viburnum is considered a three-season small tree or shrub. It's native to the eastern United States and can be found from Connecticut to Kansas and as far southwest as Texas. It's officially known as Viburnum Prunifolium but is commonly called the nannyberry and plum leaf viburnum by gardeners. It produces clusters of flowers and berries attractive to many types of wildlife. Black Haw Viburnum Features and Characteristics It is a big shrub that can attain heights of 15 feet. It's part of the elderberry family and is considered to have a slow growth rate of one foot or less per year. In the spring, it produces flat-topped round flowers called cymes. The plum leaf viburnum grows berries in the early to late fall. The leaves are oval and can grow up to three inches long. In the late fall, the leaves change color, revealing hues of purple and red before falling off for the winter. It is prized for its height and ornamental value. Gardeners can plant it as a single shrub or tree to add visual interest or in rows or groups to provide privacy or a defined border. Black Haw Viburnum Attracts Birds For Nesting If you're hoping to attract birds and pollinators, Black Haw Viburnum is a good choice for your yard. The plant's berries attract cedar waxwings, northern cardinals, robins, and ruffed grouse. If you live where wild turkeys are present, its berries may attract them. The spring azure, standard blue, and Henry's elfin flowers have also attracted bees and butterflies. Best Black Haw Viburnums Companion Plants  Many plants can be grown around the Viburnum Prunifolium, including lavender, irises, lilac bushes, hostas, black-eyed susans, and salvas. It makes a great addition to any yard, with ample space that needs to be filled by a beautiful large shrub. It makes a dramatic statement, and wildlife loves it for its thick foliage, flowers, and berries.

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Miracle Grow Single Packs - Enhance Growth and Vibrance 400%

Miracle Grow Single Packs - Enhance Growth and Vibrance 400%

1 Pack Will Fertilize one tree or shrub.1 Pack Will Fertilize Upto 3 Perennials, Vines or 2 Ferns. Miracle-Gro Watering Can Singles is a product that mixes with water to make plant feeding easy and convenient. Here are some key features and benefits of this product: Convenient, Pre-Measured Packets: The product comes in pre-measured packets, which means you don't need to measure the right amount of plant food each time you want to feed your plants. This convenience eliminates the mess associated with traditional plant feeding methods. Enhance Vibrance & Growth By 400% With Miracle Grow Quick, No-Mess Way to Feed: The pre-measured packets dissolve quickly in water, providing a no-mess way to feed your plants. This is particularly useful for indoor and outdoor gardening to avoid spillage or over-feeding. Feed Every 1-2 Weeks: The product is formulated for regular feeding, typically recommended every 1-2 weeks. Miracle Grow Gives The Perfect Amount Every Time This consistent feeding schedule ensures that your plants receive a steady supply of essential nutrients to support their growth. Promotes Growth: Miracle-Gro Watering Can Singles contain crucial nutrients that start working instantly when applied to your plants. This rapid action promotes quick and healthy plant growth, helping them thrive. Grows Plants Twice to 3 times as Big With Miracle Grow According to the product description, when used as directed, Miracle-Gro Watering Can Singles can result in plants growing twice as big compared to unfed plants. This suggests that the nutrient-rich formula can significantly impact the size and health of your plants. In summary, this product offers a convenient and effective way to nourish your plants, with the added benefit of promoting robust growth. It's suitable for any plant and popular among gardeners looking for an easy-to-use plant food solution.

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Purple Hibiscus

Purple Hibiscus

Purple Hibiscus is a shrub or small tree known for its large, striking, funnel-shaped lavender flowers with a prominent central stamen and glossy green leaves. It is a popular ornamental plant. This shrub presents many advantages when incorporated into landscaping designs, offering a blend of aesthetic, ecological, and practical benefits that make it a prized choice among landscape designers and homeowners.  Purple Hibiscus, also known by their family name, Hibisceae, are stunningly gorgeous flowers characterized by their two different shades of lavender. They instantly add a sense of elegance to any yard and will keep returning year after year. The Beautiful Flowers Of Purple Hibiscus The first thing you'll notice about these colorful flowers is that they're trumpet-shaped, and no other flowers look pretty like them. They're also sometimes referred to by their common name, rose mallow, although their name is a misnomer. Most of these flowers will grow into their characteristic royal hues but can also become pink, red, white, yellow, or orange. Either way, they open beautifully to put themselves on display. Aside from the flower's petals, a cluster of white shoots out from the middle. This five-lobed capsule contains seeds and will excite your local bees. Aside from the flowers, the shrub they grow on also produces alternately grown leaves with lobed margins. These multi-stemmed, deciduous shrubs can grow up to 15 feet tall. The mixture of these rich, dark green leaves and bright flowers creates a stunning contrast that would look fantastic on any property. Provide Homes for Wildlife With Purple Hibiscus Aside from looking gorgeous, planting one of these shrubs will also attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees to your yard. This makes a special treat for bird lovers, especially those who haven't been able to attract hummingbirds onto their property. Shrubs are also a vital part of the ecosystem and offer a place for pollinators to gather one of the main ingredients of life. Make Your Yard Pop With Purple Hibiscus Whether you're a big fan of their purplish-blue color, want to attract wildlife, or want instant curb appeal, you'll get what you're looking for when you plant Purple Hibiscus. If you've ever driven down a street and witnessed flowers that took your breath away, you know exactly how these will make everyone else feel. They can't help being showy, and you'll be happy.

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Pink Spirea

Pink Spirea

Pink Spirea is known for its profuse clusters of small, rosy, deep rose-colored flowers appearing in late spring to early summer. These blooms add color to your landscape and attract pollinators like butterflies and bees. This beautiful ornamental plant has a long blooming cycle and is hardy in zones 4-9. Featuring rust-resistant foliage and an extended blooming period, the bush is a reliable addition to any landscape in zones 4-9. When you're looking for a charming floral plant, Pink Spirea is an excellent choice. The mid-sized flowering shrubs work well in a variety of settings. They release a dense cluster of upright steps coated in tiny leaves and flowers. Each plant grows to a tidy, rounded clump 3 feet high and 3 feet wide. They feature small, teardrop-shaped leaves with serrated edges. The Gorgeous Foliage Color Range of the Pink Spirea This attractive plant is made more notable due to its shifting leaf colors. In spring and summer, this shrub's leaves are medium green. As the leaves mature, they get darker and more colorful. They develop burgundy and purple hues that compliment the flowers' pastel colors. In fall, the plant's leaves brighten to shades of gold and orange. This wide range of colors allows the plant to brighten your landscape outside its blooming season. They are stunning landscapes. Pink Spirea Offers Large Bunches Of Flowers This plant produces large bunches of flowers throughout spring. At the tip of each stem, a cluster of blooms around three to five inches in width develops. The bunch contains several petite flowers, five petals, and long, delicate stamens. The flowers are a dramatic rose shade that usually lightens at the tip of the petal and is darker near the center. The flowers bloom intermittently, so while some clusters are reaching the end of their lifespan, others are just starting. This ensures you get months of beautiful flowers. Pink Spirea Adds Charm To Any Garden The cheerful pastel colors of Pink Spirea add charm to any garden. Its size and shape make it a favorite addition to flowerbeds because it can fill in spaces with ease. Since it creates such thick clusters of flowers and leaves, it can add lots of color and attract many butterflies to decorative borders. This plant also does very well in containers, so some people like to use it to fill a pot, planter, or window box.

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Pink Weigela

Pink Weigela

Pink Weigela is a deciduous ornamental plant known for its abundant, trumpet-shaped rose flowers blooming in late spring to early summer. These flowers add vibrant color to garden landscapes. Its enchanting attributes and versatile characteristics offer a range of advantages when integrated into landscaping designs. Its unique features blend aesthetic appeal, ecological contributions, and practical benefits, making it a preferred choice among landscape designers and homeowners. Aesthetically, it brings a touch of charm to landscapes. The pink weigela is lauded for its beautiful flowers. Its botanical name is the Weigela Florida. Of course, you may be surprised to learn that Florida means gorgeous, and the first part of this shrub's name was the discovering scientist's last name. However, this bush is often called the beauty bush or rosy poppet. It's part of the Caprifoliaceae or honeysuckle family. The beauty bush is native to Northern China, Korea, and Japan. However, it can be grown in many other places around the world. Characteristics of the Pink Weigela The beauty bush is known for its stunning pale red colored flowers. These blushing blooms are prevalent in the late spring and summer. However, sometimes the flowers return in the fall. The bush can grow to heights of 10 feet and widths of up to 12 feet; it has dark green leaves. It's important to note that this shrub produces blooms on last year's stems. The beauty bush looks best around homes and buildings. It's often planted as a foundation shrub, other flowers, and ornamental grasses. This beautiful shrub can also be planted along property perimeters to create a living fence, and it can be used to generate hedge walls when combined with other bushes and shrubs. Creative gardeners can even prune and train it to look like a tree. Attract Hummingbirds with Pink Weigela Beauty bushes attract hummingbirds, bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. Birds have also been known to build nests in them. What to Plant Around Pink Weigela Planting other bushes and flowers around the beauty bush can add color and variety. Some recommended companions include the double red knockout rose, creeping veronica, peonies, lavender, silver mist, blue stars, and dwarf catmint. Gardenias and hydrangeas also look great next to the beauty bush. All types of gardeners will love the beautiful bush. Its brightly colored flowers can make a statement in almost any yard. They do well as foundation plantings and perimeter bushes and can be trained to look like trees. The flowers can be trimmed and used as centerpieces in vases with other types of flowers.

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Red Hibiscus

Red Hibiscus

Red Hibiscus has deep scarlet flowers that serve as eye-catching focal points, adding a splash of vibrant color that instantly draws attention and adds vibrancy to any garden or landscape design. The lush, evergreen foliage provides a lush backdrop that enhances the contrast and highlights the beauty of the flowers. The beauty of the red hibiscus can be enjoyed throughout much of the year, making it a lovely option to incorporate into your landscape design. This plant, which is also known as the rose of Sharon, is native to tropical, subtropical, and warm temperate climates. Because of this, it is well-suited for your yard's warmer and moister areas. What are some top reasons to update your landscaping with this flowering plant? It blooms in the latter half of the summer, while many other flowering plants bloom in the spring and early summer. Because of its late blooming period, the plant is the perfect way to enjoy color in your yard for a more extended period each year. The rose petals are dainty and well-defined, with a beautiful yellow stamen. The distinctive look makes them a gorgeous focal point of your space. Red Hibiscus Has Stunning Fall Foliage After the crimson blooms fade at the end of the summer season, the green leaves turn stunning shades of yellow and orange. While many flowering plants turn brown when cold weather arrives, this plant continues to dress up your space through autumn. The foliage will fall to the ground and return in early spring to provide a fresh, green color to your landscape. Red Hibiscus Will Help You Attract Pollinators  While the flowers generally do not have a strong scent that appeals to people, insects and birds are strongly attracted to the flowers. More specifically, the flowers draw hummingbirds and pollinating insects to your yard, benefiting other plants. In addition, these insects are natural predators of some damaging and unwanted pests that otherwise would thrive in the yard, providing you with natural insect control. Red Hibiscus Gets Fairly Large Red Hibiscus is a large plant that can grow seven feet or more in height and four feet wide. From a small plant, you can expect the rose of Sharon to reach full maturity in only two to three years with minimal care. They do best in damp soil and direct exposure to sunlight.

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Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle

Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle

Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle is a deciduous shrub known for its fragrant, rosy, reddish tubular flowers and green foliage. These features make it a highly sought-after shrub. Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle, or Lonicera tatarica, are densely branched, deciduous shrubs that can grow up to 12 feet long. When the stems are still young, they often appear light brown and slightly hairy. However, they'll grow out of this phase and eventually produce peeling shaggy bark. Of course, you won't see their bark once these shrubs grow, as they'll be covered by greenery and gorgeous rose flowers. Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle Has Stunning Flowers These irregular flowers grow in pairs and come forth on almost all first-year branches. They're known for being colored like their namesake, but they'll occasionally be white or rosy. Regardless of their exact color, it is known to be a fragrant flower that will enhance your enjoyment. They have two lips and will grow up to an inch long. The bottom lip will be slightly more significant than the top, providing visual interest. Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle Has Exotic Leaves They have opposite leaves that will grow up to 2-1/2 inches long. They will either be oblong or more egg-shaped, primarily smooth and hairless. Their widest point is the middle section. At their base, they can resemble a heart shape; then, they'll become pointed or blunt at the tip. They do not have any teeth on the edges, which helps complete their smooth appearance. There will be orange to red berries that appear later in the season. Each of these will also come in pairs, containing several seeds each. This fruit attracts a wide variety of birds. Because of this, the plant can widely spread its seeds without having to do a single thing! Create A Wildlife Hotel With Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle You already know birds are attracted to Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle, but that's just the beginning. Due to how much nectar they produce, they'll also attract the Elephant Hawkmoth, who will catch the bats' attention. When new shoots appear, they'll bring in the blackfly, leading to even more birds. Additionally, squirrels love to eat their berries. Therefore, if you've been looking for a gorgeous plant that smells wonderful and will bring in all types of wildlife, you've found it!

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Viburnum Dentatum

Viburnum Dentatum

Viburnum dentatum is a deciduous shrub native to North America. It features attractive clusters of white flowers, vibrant blue-black berries, and toothed leaves, making it a versatile and popular choice for hedges and wildlife gardens. Viburnum Dentatum earned its name because the inhabitants of the areas where it grew used the branches to create arrows in past centuries. The deciduous shrub's straight branches made it an ideal choice for that purpose. The Looks Of The Viburnum Dentatum The shrubs produce small clusters of white flowers about 4 inches wide, which start appearing in the spring. They also produce small fruits as the summer progresses. Although they can expand as tall as 15 feet, they often stand under 10 feet in height. Their impressive size makes them a great shrub for hedgerows. Many people plant arrowwood shrubs individually in their yards or gardens. However, they are also popular choices to adorn the shores of creeks or ponds. Viburnum Dentatum Has A Elegant Appearance  This rounded shrub has a graceful, elegant appearance. The branches and twigs have a grayish-brown color and are slender. With their ridges, they add a touch of rustic appeal. Greenish-brown buds create a contrast that commands attention. Its white flowers are delicate and look stunning against its colorful leaves. The toothed edges of the leaves give the plant the dentatum part of its name. Although they start with a green hue, they gradually turn yellow and red as the seasons change. During the summer, the bluish-black fruits add even more beauty. For anyone who enjoys a colorful landscape, this type of shrub does not disappoint. Viburnum Dentatum Attracts Wildlife  In addition to the aesthetic benefits of Viburnum Dentatum, there may be health benefits for some. It is also an excellent choice for people who want to attract wildlife. Several songbirds enjoy the fruit, and some animals eat the twigs and leaves. Since the flowers have nectar, they are helpful to bees. Butterflies are also attracted to the flowers. It is an excellent example of nature's profound beauty and ability to change. It is a great choice for anyone because of its ecological, aesthetic, and other potential benefits.

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Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood

Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood

Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood is a delightful and beneficial ornamental tree with numerous advantages in landscaping projects. This cultivar is admired for its beautiful flowers, attractive foliage, and unique form. The Gorgeous Look of the Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood This tree is a small tree with an elegant, vase-shaped appearance. It features several long branches fanning outwards from a short, central trunk. The tree can rise to be 20 feet tall and 20 feet wide. The crown is thickly coated with leaves and often has a compact, rounded appearance. This graceful tree is an excellent choice if you want a tree that works as a focal point in the yard. The Fascinating Flowers of the Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood Along the top of each branch, this Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood sprouts dense mats of blooms. At a glance, these blossoms look like large, white flowers with a square shape. Each one has four teardrop shapes that start pale green and gradually become creamy white. Though they look like petals, these are bracts, specialized leaves surrounding the providesflower. The actual flowers on this tree are the tiny, green spikes at the center of each blossom. This unique design allows the tree to develop a spectacular appearance. During its blooming season in early summer, it looks like it's coated in snowy drifts of white flowers.  This exciting tree continues to provide plenty of visual interest after its flowers are gone. Small, round fruit will appear on the tree in late summer and early fall. These fruits are pink and green and slightly spiky and knobbled. With such a fascinating texture and color, this tree is the ideal showstopper for your property. Design an Appealing Landscape With Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood tree's versatile nature makes it a favorite of landscapers. A pair of them on either side of a front entryway or driveway can be an excellent way to highlight your property. They also work very well as standalone trees that cover a patio or backyard. Some homeowners also like to combine this tree with other plants. Its simple color scheme and compact shape pair nicely with ornate shrubs and colorful flowers. Its unique color and stylish shape will draw attention wherever you place it.

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White Hibiscus

White Hibiscus

White Hibiscus is adorned with pure snowy, trumpet-shaped flowers and typically dark green foliage, adding an elegant touch to gardens and landscapes. It is a stunning and versatile plant that offers elegance and beauty to any landscape. Its unique attributes make it an excellent choice for landscaping projects, adding value and appeal to various settings. White Hibiscus, also known as Luna white, is an eye-catching perennial that, due to its woody and branching stems, usually takes the form of a shrub. Nevertheless, some varieties have soft stems characteristic of herbs. As a plant native to the tropics, others can be coaxed into forming small trees. White Hibiscus Plant Qualities These plants have large blossoms in shades ranging from bright, snowy, and delicate baby pink to deep purple and intense ruby red. The flowers have at least five single or double petals, and some blooms are adorned with frilly and ruffly centers and edges. During the growing season, the plants produce hundreds of flowers every day. What Does White Hibiscus Flowers Blossoms Look Like As a shrub, this plant is sturdy, compact, and robust. In midsummer, it explodes with delicate, snowy flowers with intense scarlet centers, from which clusters of shiny, creamy-white stamens appear. The blooming season lasts from mid-summer through the middle of fall. The daily display of abundant flowers in full bloom can be breathtaking. These fetching flowers range from two inches to a foot in diameter. The blooms appear only for a day or two, but new ones burst into life to make up for those that are lost. Not surprisingly, the plant attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Does the White Hibiscus Flowers Have a Fragrance White Hibiscus is known for its unique fragrance. The perfume, which is most noticeable early in the morning and early in the evening, is mildly sweet, light, and airy with an undertone of tropical flowers. If you want to mix snowy blooms with colored ones, there are plenty to choose from. The bluebird plant has gently ruffled, bluish-purple flowers that are beautifully set off when paired with blooms of alabaster white.

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Spiraea Japonica

Spiraea Japonica

When incorporated into landscaping projects, Spiraea Japonica offers numerous benefits, enhancing outdoor spaces' visual appeal, versatility, and ecological balance. This deciduous shrub presents a range of unique qualities that contribute to various aspects of landscape design. Grown as a landscape shrub, Spiraea Japonica is known for its beautiful flowers. Depending on the type of bush you buy, you can enjoy having a range of white or pink flowers. Some cultivars can grow quite tall, so you can easily find different sizes of this plant for other locations in your garden. Enjoy Summer Blooms With Spiraea Japonica With this shrub, you can choose spring-blooming or summer-blooming plants. Depending on the variety, the flowers will appear in late spring to early summer. These stunning blooms are in deep pink, ivory-white, and crimson shades. Because of their brilliance, they naturally attract butterflies and bees. Each blossom grows within a cluster of five-petaled flowers. Spiraea Japonica Is Perfect for Butterfly Gardens Thanks to its size and exquisite blooms, this plant is ideal for butterfly gardens. Typically, this bush will grow about 2 to 3 feet high. At full maturity, it can reach 3 to 5 feet wide. A few cultivars can grow 5 to 6 feet high if you want something larger. Spiraea Japonica Offers Alternate Green Leaves Like other members of this genus, the simple leaves grow in an alternate pattern. While the stems are red-brown and brown, the leaves are a vivid shade of green. Usually, the leaves grow ovate with toothed margins. On some cultivars, the stem is hairy. This bush was initially grown in China, Japan, and Korea. Because of its beauty, it has gradually been adopted by gardeners and landscapers worldwide. It is known for being an incredibly versatile plant, so it is grown in many ecosystems. This bush can be included in a formal landscape design or an eclectic butterfly garden. Because of its exceptional versatility, Spiraea Japonica is available in many sizes and colors. You can find cultivars that blossom during different months of the year. Because of this, this stunning plant is the perfect addition to any home garden or commercial landscape. With a little practice, you can start growing a beautiful shrub in your yard.

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Magnolia Jane Tree 1 Gal. 2-3'

Magnolia Jane Tree 1 Gal. 2-3'

The Magnolia Jane tree (Magnolia × 'Jane') is a stunning and versatile addition to any landscape. It is known for its captivating beauty and hardiness. This deciduous tree is part of the Little Girl series, which was developed in the 1950s to create late-blooming and frost-resistant magnolias.  Magnolia Jane Tree Description Key Features: Blooms: The Magnolia Jane features striking, cup-shaped flowers with deep pink to purple on the outside and a lighter, rosy pink inside. The blooms emerge in early spring, often before the leaves, and continue sporadically throughout the summer.  Size and Shape: Reaching a mature height of 10-15 feet and a spread of 8-12 feet, this small to medium-sized tree has an upright, multi-stemmed growth habit, making it perfect for smaller gardens or as a focal point in larger landscapes. Foliage: The tree has large, glossy green leaves that transition to a golden yellow in the fall, creating seasonal interest. Hardiness: Magnolia Jane is hardy in USDA zones 4-8, tolerating temperatures as low as -30°F. It is also resistant to pests and diseases, making it a low-maintenance choice for gardeners. Care: This magnolia prefers full sun to partial shade and well-drained, slightly acidic soil. Once established, it is moderately drought-tolerant but benefits from regular watering during prolonged dry periods. Uses: Ideal as a specimen tree in borders or as part of a mixed shrubbery, Magnolia Jane adds elegance and color throughout the growing season Magnolia Jane Is a Spring and Summer Long Blooming Flowering Tree Whether you're looking to enhance your garden with spring and summer blooms or seeking a hardy, easy-to-care-for tree, the Magnolia Jane is an excellent choice that offers year-round beauty and charm. The Magnolia Jane Is a Floral Bouquet Trees With Highly Fragrant Blooms Covering The Entire Tree If you're looking for a tree that blooms throughout the spring and summer seasons, with the appearance of an elegant bouquet of fresh cut flowers and a delightful aroma reminiscent of French perfume with notes of lavender and fresh cut peonies, then this is the tree for you. We don't usually grow enough of these to advertise, but Tristan at TN Nursery saved 1000 of these to sell in the summer season.

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Seasonal Monthly Plant Box - Get 3

Seasonal Monthly Plant Box - Get 3 "In Season Plants" Each Month

TN Nursery offers a subscription service where we ship 3 different plants each month- Our # 1 Seller Examples Of Some Plants Are: This plant ships bare-root and dormant (no leaves or foliage) It will not green out until next spring. Nov-April: These months are our "tree shipping season" You will get some of the following (no picks but we always ship best sellers) Trees Shrubs Evergreens Berry Bushes and Fruit Trees Moss   May- September: These months are when we ship the following. You will get some of the following in your subscription plant box: Blooming Age PerennialsMature Native Fern PlantsLive Garden Mosses   Beautiful Vines, Groundcovers, and Climber Vines Plant subscriptions can be an excellent way to regularly bring new and exciting plants into your home or garden. You can diversify your collection by receiving various plants each month and learning about new species you may have yet to encounter.Additionally, plant subscriptions can be a great way to have a beautiful yard with high-quality plants from a leading source, TN Nursery. By subscribing to their service, you are receiving quality plants and supporting their business and the horticulture industry as a whole.Overall, a plant subscription service can be a fun and rewarding way to have a variety of plants in every season.         

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Flowering shrubs are plants and small trees that go the extra mile by providing a splash of color during their blooming season. They can serve as borders that add depth, like an evergreen shrub, or as a bold accent piece in landscaping. Explore our selection of plants at TN Nursery to find the next addition to your backyard.

Flowering Shrubs In Your Landscape

They can perform a variety of functions in your landscaping. Some options, like lilacs, can serve as a privacy screen once they grow tall. Just remember that they'll need to be trimmed back eventually to keep them under control. Some shrubs work well as a border next to a fence, yard, or walkway. They can be shaped through trimming to create the desired effect. Other types, like red or pink weigela, serve as ornamental pieces and work best when you let them grow naturally.

Snowballs in July With Quality Flowering Shrubs

Some of our most popular ones at TN Nursery grow clusters of white flowers that look like snowballs. These are fun and lively and attract pollinators like hummingbirds, honey bees, and more. Our favorites include the Snow Hill Hydrangea, Chinese Snowball Bush, Old Fashion Snowball, Snowball Hydrangea, and Black Haw Viburnum. For a true show-stopper, consider a blue hydrangea. Instead of white, the puffy snowball blooms of this shrub are intense and beautiful shades of striking blue.

There Are Many Flowering Shrubs To Choose From

We have many Flowering Shrubs that bloom in light red and soft pink shades, perfect for accents in a flower garden or backyard sanctuary. If you want pink colors at height, a Muskogee Crepe Myrtle, Pink Crepe Myrtle, or Twilight Crepe Myrtle can grow between 10 and 15 feet tall.

For accents closer to the ground, Red Weigelia, Pink Weigelia, Pink Hibiscus, Butterfly Bushes, or Pink Spirea make good choices. These are worthy additions to any backyard floral arrangement you design to pair with your landscaping. Most of our flowering shrubs at TN Nursery are deciduous, meaning their leaves drop off in the winter, but they come back every spring and bring the same color schemes back to life with minimal effort.