False spirea (Sorbaria sorbifolia) Zones: 2-9 Size: 6 feet tall 10 feet wide Conditions: Full sun to partial shade; moist, well-drained soil Forms large masses of arching branches covered with green pinnate leaves. Billowy white sprays of flowers in mid- to late summer. Mature plants spread where you let them. Unbelievably durable and will take any soil. Annual or occasional decapitation to the ground is a good idea because it helps keep the plant under control.
Let Me Help You Choose the Right Plants for Your Landscaping: Garden Shrubs
Choose garden shrubs that are suitable for your garden. Evergreen, deciduous and flowering bushes for seaside gardens and all other gardens.
The flowers, foliage, and fruit of Black Lace™ elderberry bring drama to the garden all season long.
Hydrangeas, the popular garden shrub with delicate flowers in pinks, whites and blues, is more fascinating than it first appears. Why? Because the blossoms on this beautiful plant have the ability to dramatically change color. Maybe you’ve already noticed a perplexing color change in your own shrubs and couldn’t figure out the reason. Well, the secret behind their chameleon-like qualities is pretty simple – it’s… [read more]
Ninebark – This native shrub requires little care to thrive. Grown primarily for its colorful foliage, which may be gold, coppery red, or deep purple in addition to medium green, ninebark stands up well to heat and drought. The burgundy foliage of Summer Wine ninebark, for example, contrasts beautifully with its delicate pink blooms.
This extraordinary new #Hydrangea has clean, bright, lime-green blooms that look so cool and inviting the heat of mid- to late summer, a definite garden highlight. Into the fall, the flowers change to a pleasing deep #pink. The Limelight Hydrangea is a vigorous, dependable shrub and a prolific bloomer you can count on year after year!
nandina_obsession This new and distinctive nandina is an upright, compact, dense grower with brilliant red new foliage, and richer color than ordinary nandinas. FEATURES Bloom/FeatureDeep-red young foliage Plant TypeShrubs Evergreen or DeciduousEvergreen USDA Zones6,7,8,9,10 Zone DetailHardy to -10 F Key Featuresyear-round interest, dwarf Useaccent, container, mass planting, slope ExposureFull-sun to Part-shade Bloom Seasonnone Dimension3-4 H x 3-4 W
Use these colorful shrubs and shrub-sized trees to offer year-round interest in your front yard. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Weigela Wine Roses Wine and Roses Weigela from Prides Corner Farms