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Flowering Shrubs

Flowering shrubs are bushes that produce flowers, have multiple, woody stems, and usually do not exceed the height of 12 feet. Popular types of shrubs used for ground cover or border plants are roses, lilac, hydrangea, and rhododendron. Flowering shrubs are similar to perennials in that they bloom year after year with proper care.

Flowering shrubs are perfect for gardeners who want a pop of color.

These shrubs can be planted as accent plants most anywhere in the yard or garden. Below are some flowering shrubs that are sure to delight everyone. Its scientific name Nikko also knows Nikko Blue Hydrangea-The Blue hydrangea. This flowering shrub is named for its beautiful blue flowers that typically bloom late in the season. It reaches heights of 1 to 3 feet and blooms in the summer and fall. It is relatively easy to maintain and is resistant to deer and drought. Blue Hydrangea shrubs is an excellent choice for bird watchers and for those who like an aromatic plant.

Azalea-The azalea is a shrub that works well in a variety of landscape settings. It can be used to line driveways or sidewalks or used as a screen. This flowering shrub comes in shades of pink, white and red that blooms in the summer. The rhododendron azalea can tolerate drought conditions well but prefer moist, well-drained soil.

Althea-Hibiscus is a favorite among home gardeners who want to add a tropical flair to their yard. This plant is used as a large flowering shrub or small tree and is known for its beautiful flowers that bloom for 24 hours. Hibiscus can be found in many different colors such as red, coral and yellow. It is often used as a hedge or as a specimen tree. Virginia RoseThe Virginia wild rose is characterized by its pretty, delicate flowers that come in purple, white, pink and lavender. These flowers bloom throughout the summer months. This is an excellent choice for dry climates because it tolerates drought conditions very well. Rockrose thrives in full sun and moist, well-drained soil. These flowering shrubs can grow up to 5 feet in height and make a lovely addition to any yard or garden.