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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.