Flowering Shrubs

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Flowering Shrubs For Beauty and The Perfect Border Plants

Flowering shrubs are the most elegant of all shrubbery. They provide a beautiful aesthetic and pleasing appeal to landscaping, aromatherapy, and beauty in spring and summer. They live for many decades, and native shrubs are low maintenance and require no added fertilizers to thrive.

 

Flowering Shrub Favorites

 

Pee Gee Hydrangea

Carolina Allspice

Crepe Myrtle

Rose of Sharon 

 

Flowering Shrubs produce brilliant color to any home garden or landscape.

At Tn Nursery, all we grow are hardy and easy-to-grow native shrubs. Don't ever buy those fancy hybrids when you can opt for natives and simply plant them, and they are low maintenance.

 

Think Natives Arent Colorful? Think Again.

 

If bright colors are your thing, we have a range of shrubs that produce bright, bold, colorful flowers. There's something for every palette: crisp whites, clear yellows, bright reds, true purples, hot pinks, and bold blues. And it's not just about colorful flowers — we have several shrubs, like our chokeberries, that produce brightly colored berries too.

Flowering Shrubs have very fragrant flowers.

If you want your landscape to be perfumed with subtle floral scents or bold bouquets, then you'll be chuffed by our range of fragrant, flowering bushes. Whether sweet hibiscus plants or more unusual shrubs like our fragrant sumac are your things, we've got something to tickle your fancy. Flowering plants at a great price are available at TN Nursery. If affordability is your primary concern, you'll be pleased to learn our bushes are of great value and grade A quality as well.

 

Pro tip:

It's not just people that appreciate beautiful, fragrant, colorful blooms. Bees and other beneficial insects like certain species and birds feast on flower nectar or the berries and seeds that come after. Why not choose a selection of flowering shrubs that you love and reserve a few choices for flowering bushes that you know will please your local wildlife as well?

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Forsythia Bushes

In early spring, the forsythia bush dresses in beautiful yellow blooms covering bare branches. The leaves will appear later, but the show starts with an abundance of dainty flowers that give the bush a light, airy appearance.

What you need to know about the forsythia bush:

  1. Grows well in zones 5-8
  2. Requires full or partial sun
  3. Growing habits vary by variety
  4. Some stay under three feet, while others may grow up to 10 feet tall
  5. The width may spread up to 12 feet for some varieties
  6. It needs well-drained but moist soil

Burning Bushes

When you see these bushes covered in flame-red leaves in autumn, you'll know where they get their name. They grow fast and can provide a burst of brilliant color when other bushes and flowers are starting to lose their show-stopping appeal. What you need to know about burning bushes:

  1. Grows best in zones 4-8
  2. Small flowers appear in spring and then turn into dangling clusters of berries
  3. Berries often produce new plants and attract birds
  4. Easy to grow, even for the novice gardener
  5. Dwarf plants are available for miniature landscapes
  6. Can grow up to 15 feet tall
  7. Some are considered invasive in warm climates
  8. Requires light, moist soil

Viburnum Bushes

Viburnum bushes have pink to white blooms in the spring and are among the fastest-growing flowering bushes. Some increase while others are more moderate, so check the variety before buying. One fast-growing variety is the macrocephalum, also known as the Chinese Snowball. In addition to the flowers, many viburnum bushes offer attractive winter colors and grow small berries for visual interest. Charles Lamont and Dawn plants have scented flowers and winter interests, so make sure to place them close to doorways, windows, or outdoor living areas for full enjoyment.

What you need to know about viburnum bushes:

  1. Grows best in zones 2-9
  2. Requires full or partial sun
  3. Growing habit varies by variety
  4. Some stay below 10 feet, while others may grow up to 20 feet tall
  5. The width may go up to 12 feet
  6. Well-drained yet moist soil is required

 

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