Shrubs In Your Garden

Posted by Tammy Sons on Mar 24 , 2018

Shrubs, The Perect Border Additions, Near Walkways or Around A Home's Foundation

All about shrubs. One of the most spectacular bushes to have in any yard is the burning bush. It gets its name from the book of Exodus, in the Bible when Moses saw the burning bush on the mountain. Looking at this bush gives the person the illusion that it is on fire, due to its bright and fiery colors. People choose these plants for their spectacular autumn display of color they provide. During most of the year, the bush has strips that resemble pieces of cork. Because of its excellent year-round screen, this is a favorite selling feature. These plain strips turn to fiery red in fall and put on a show for all to see. They can reach heights of over 15 feet tall and even produce little orange berries during their fall spectacular. This plant does well in the eastern part of the US, primarily zone 4.

Beauty Berry Bush

The hydrangea is another bush that is a beloved favorite. This bush comes in many colors, but the Blue Hydrangea is by far the most stunning. These striking plants are one of many gardeners’ preferences. They produce a pleasant fragrance and have a significant and dramatic appearance. These plants cannot have full sun, but prefer good morning sun and then some shade in the hottest part of the afternoon. Because of their temperamental nature, careful deliberation must go into planting each one. Too much shade will not allow the flowers to bloom, so it takes a tricky balance to get these in the right location. These plants can get as large as they are tall, roughly around 4 ft. These plants need an adequate drainage system, as they can quickly develop root rot. While temperamental, they are by far one of the most beautiful plants to add to any space.

This shrub gives beautiful large green leaves, and the blooms are amazing as they appear in large and small balls that resemble snowballs as they grow. These shrubs add a great amount of curb appeal to a home and look outstanding where ever they are planted.

Burning Bush Shrubs are one of fall's most treasured shrubs. It's leaves come alive with vibrant hues fo orange and firey reds. In spring and summer the leaves stays a vibrant green.  This is a deciduous bush with a strong nature, it shows, splendid red shading each Autumn.

Flowering Shrubs

Those who love flowering shrubs will think the Azaleas are perfect. Azalea plants come in many colors and like to be planted in groupings. The root system on these plants is somewhat delicate, so they must have well-drained soil. The goal of keeping the Azaleas alive is to keep the soil fresh and moist. These plants only need to be watered about once a week during dry conditions; they do not need a lot of water to survive. They are similar to that of the Rhododendron, but they are two different plants.

Those who love the little dwarf trees with great color should look at the Myrtle Shrub. By far, one of the most popular ornamental trees found in a lot of landscapes is the Crepe Myrtle Shrub. Accessible in the country's southeastern portion, these trees come in all varieties, from dwarf to nearly 20 feet tall. The color choices vary from vibrant purple to sacred white and even fiery red. This tree is so versatile that many people find it will work for their landscape design.

Planning a garden landscape takes a great deal of research. There are so many options that one might find themselves overwhelmed. Depending on how much work one wants to put into their garden will depend on the type of plants used. Regardless of what the selections are, the garden is sure to be amazing!

You can see your shrubs today at TN Nursery.