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Flowering Shrubs Add A Burst Of Color To Any Landscape

Flowering shrubs can make an attractive addition to any landscape. When creating the perfect design for a yard, it is important to add color and a unique element to the flowery mix. Oftentimes, these plants are fragrant and used as a foundation plant for a stunning addition. It is not uncommon that they are used as hedging or to create a private feeling in a yard. There are many varieties that are popular, but here are some of the best flowering bushes to use.


There are hundreds of varieties of these shrubs available. They come in many beautiful color variations from pink, purple, white and even blue. They are commonly recognized for their large, fragrant pom-pom blossoms. The hydrangeas bloom from the early spring until late fall. They can grow rather large and are known to be able to climb a tree. First discovered in Southeastern Asia, these plants have been used for centuries to smoke, create teas or use as an ornamental plant. Their large and domineering appearance makes them the perfect additions to any landscaping.

Burning Bush

Named after the famous Biblical event in the book of Exodus, the burning bush is a stunning flowering scrub. These bushes flower in the autumn and add an attractive splash of color to the fall decor. As a giant bush, these can grow over 15 feet tall. The vibrant colors are various shades of red and can even have a touch of pink in them. This bush will also have berries that grow in the fall season. This pants were brought to the US from Asia. They prefer a rather dry soil, as opposed to wet conditions making them a Zone 4 plant.


Many people are shocked to learn that forsythias are actually a member of the olive family. Native to Eastern Asia, these bushes come in 11 different species. They are characteristically known for their grey-brown bark and their vibrant yellow flowers. Of all the flowering shrubs, this one is one of the most common to see around landscapes. This bush reaches its peak in the springtime and leaves a beautiful addition to any flower garden. They are hardy and can withstand different zones. It has been widely used by Chinese herbology, as one of the major 50 herbs. The branches of this bush are also used to create strings for the ajaeng instrument in Korea. These bushes are widely used in parks, gardens or along roadways because of their stunning beauty and versatility.

Flowering bushes can create a colorful array to any landscape design. These three varieties are hardy and boom over several weeks given any space a great hue of color. These bushes can withstand pests that would destroy other plants. They have vigorous growth and because of their root systems, they are a strong and sturdy option. When selecting the perfect shrubs for a landscape designs, these bushes can be paired with other plants and shrubs or be used alone. With fragrant smells and a burst of fabulous colors, these plants make the perfect addition to any area.

Flowering Shrubs are very easy to incorporate into any landscape. They are one of the most inexpensive ways to bring color to a landscape. These shrubs are very hardy and easy to grow. They come in a variety of colors such as yellow, red, pink, purple, white and many more. Most of them are low maintenance except for some occasional trimming or pruning. These will usually bloom in spring and summer and are quite lovely to look at. Our online nursery has many different shrubs to choose from. Some favorites are the Golden Bell Forsythia, Pink Azalea and Crepe Myrtle.