Pretty-flowering-bushes, viburnums are some of the toughest shrubs out there, and these spring-bloomers have pretty white to pinkish-white blooms with a distinctively spicy scent and attractive reddish fall foliage. they’ll tolerate some shade. plant where you can enjoy the fragrance or as part of a shrub border. why we love it: fragrant white-flowering shrub. Forsythia shrubs (forsythia x intermidia) are among the first bushes to provide the spring landscape with a burst of color with yellow blossoms that arrive before the leaves open. size varies depending on cultivar, with larger types growing to a mature height of 10 feet or more and smaller varieties growign to only 1 to 2 feet., thanks to beautiful varieties with rich purple or bright gold foliage, ninebark is a flowering shrub that is just as popular because of its leaves. it produces fluffy clusters of white blooms in late spring and early summer. the blossoms usually show up best on dark-leafed selections like 'diablo' and 'center glow.'.
Butterfly bush is like a summer-flowering lilac. the blooms appear in similar colors—purple, lavender, blue, pink, and white—and are deliciously fragrant. happily, butterfly bushes offer a longer bloom season than lilacs: from summer into autumn, especially if you pinch off the old flower clusters as they start to fade., rda-gid rose of sharon rose of sharon. hibiscus syriacus • zones 5 to 9. it may be a late bloomer but, as many gardeners know, rose of sharon is well worth the wait. a member of the hibiscus family, this deciduous shrub bears beautiful trumpet-shaped flowers that bloom from late summer through mid-autumn..
These are very pretty flowering bushes that grow in partial or full shade. they have vibrant and brightly colored of flowers. they grow about 10 feet tall, but can be maintained in better shape with pruning. they are available in many colors, like white, coral, hot pink, etc.