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Vibrant Shrubs Are Great Choices For Autumn Foliage
Vibrant shrubs are small to mid-sized plants that have woody stems extending above the ground. They are shorter and bushier than trees - usually not more than 20 feet tall. Bright yellow forsythias and bright red burning bushes are good examples of vibrant shrubs because of their brilliant colors.
If you are looking to improve upon the design elements of your hard, look no further than these most vibrant shrubs. Shrubs are an excellent option available to you in enhancing the look and general feel of the yard, all while boasting outstanding options for color and smell. Bushes can stand out quickly and efficiently, accenting the rest of your hard without costing an arm and a leg to install. This is what makes these shrugs some of the best options out there.
Forsythia - A Vibrant Shrub With Cascades Of Lemon Yellow Blossoms in Early Spring
The Forsythia shrubs is a kind of a flower that is part of the olive family. There are 11 different species of these flowers, all of which are native to Asia, although one of the variations does pop up around Europe. While these bulbs are not native to the United States, it is still possible to plant these different shrubs. The flower shrubs are perfect as they grow anywhere from three feet to almost 10 feet in height. As long as they are correctly monitors, groomed and weeded, it is possible to keep these plants under control regarding growth and size, and these shrubs make excellent options for added color, as the burst of bright yellows and oranges are excellent inclusions with your home yard.
Watermelon Red Crepe Myrtle - Talk About A Vibrant Shrub, Here's One!
The watermelon red crepe myrtle shrubs receive the name due to the bright, vibrant red flowers that bloom from the top of the bushes. Plus, the green that thrives around the red makes the plant look like a watermelon regarding color. The shrubs can grow to become rather large, often more significant than that of a bush, occasionally reaching 10 feet in height, but this only happens if it is left to grow uncontrolled. Each stalk has its flowers and green leaves that build around it, and it makes a very nice inclusion in your yard, especially if you are looking for a warm color of red that can goad color to your garden and yard throughout the year, and not just during certain times.
Natchez Crepe Myrtle
The Natchez crepe myrtle is similar to that of the watermelon red crepe myrtle, although it is shorter (usually) and the color is a vibrant off-white and green. The height of the myrtle sits around three and four feet, although it can grow to about 10 feet if again it is left to rise uncontrolled. On top of this, the shrubs are going to provide an excellent addition to a brighter garden, and even right next to the watermelon myrtle. The colors of white and golden yellow, orange give you a unique look, all without having to spend a reasonable amount of time shaping and pruning away at the garden and shrubs.
Shrubs are an excellent way to add a burst of color to the yard, without having to go with flowers, which require more work, or bushes, which you need to cut throughout the year continually. Instead, these three shrub options only need to be shaped every year or so, and the flowers the shrubs provide are enough to rival anything else you'd spend far more time on. Due to this, you can have an excellent display of color, all of which can vary, depending on the color you are looking for.
Top Vibrant Shrubs We Sell
Some shrubs are bought for their growth habit or because they make good foundation plantings or hedges. Others are purchased for the vibrant, nearly fluorescent colors of their leaves or flowers or both. Here are four of them:
Forsythia shrubs are famous for their eye-catching brilliant yellow flowers, which appear on the bush before the leaves. These flowers are one of the earliest to look in spring, and they adorn the entire length of the arching stem. Forsythia shrubs grow from 1 to 10 feet tall and prefer loose, well-drained soil and full sun.
Burning Bush Shrubs
Burning bush shrubs get their name from their fiery red leaves that appear in the fall and are followed by orange-red berries. This is a fast-growing shrub that tolerates cold and makes a stunning hedge. When those brilliant leaves fall, there’s also winter interest in the peeling strips that appear on ridges on the branches and hold snow. Burning bush does best in well-drained soil and full sun.
This shrub has long, dark green leaves that smell sweet, but they don’t feel as fresh as the sweetshrub flowers. These blossoms are round and range in color from yellow to burgundy. They have a smell that reminds some people of bubblegum, and another name for the plant is Sweet Bubby. This sweet shrub likes moist, well-drained soil and thrives in full sun to part shade.
Weigelia shrubs also bring he dazzling color in the form of flowers. In the case of the weigela, the flowers are trumpet-shaped, appear in masses all over the plant and attract hummingbirds. They are white, red or pink, and there are even rare yellow varieties. Weigela blossoms arrive in the spring and may repeat over the season. This shrub grows between 3 and 15 feet tall and has a 9 to 12-foot spread. It prefers full sunlight and well-drained soil.