6,064 spring flowering shrub Outdoor Design Photos

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Forsythia (Forsythia x intermedia)
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informal screen or hedge at 4-8 ft. tall and wide. Its cons: It grows to monstrous proportions in a few short years, and beyond spring, it's a super snooze.
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a few short years, and beyond spring, it's a super snooze. Plant forsythia with space to fill, where it can grow naturally into its vase shape. When it gets big, pruning — especially into formal shapes — is a fool's errand. If you're looking for excitement beyond spring, seek out cultivars with exciting
Prune spring-flowering shrubs — like forsythia (shown here), quince, lilac, spirea and daphne — immediately after blooming, as needed. Save time and keep a more natural appearance for your shrubs by pruning them lightly by hand rather than shearing them
“forsythia” — fayeguinn
Bill Marken
California Gardener's January Checklist
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Camellia japonica 'Guilio Nuccio' flower. Photo by Bill Marken
Prune deciduous fruit trees and shade trees. The best time is when trees are dormant and leafless. Make sure your shears are sharp. Wait until spring-flowering shrubs and trees (such as lilacs) have finished blooming before pruning them.More guides to California gardening on Houzz
“care for camelias” — kdallenpr
J. Peterson Garden Design
Gardens
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trees and shrubs. All trees and shrubs should be planted in the fall for best growth next year, as fall planting allows these larger plants several months to establish deep, healthy roots. Next year they will be more drought resistant and have more vigorous growth. Try planting some spring-flowering trees
trees and shrubs, like azaleas, abelias, redbuds and Mexican plums — they are some of the first to herald the arrival of spring after a long winter.
“lily” — schrapek2004
LuAnn Brandsen
Snow Day™ ‘Blizzard’ Pearl-bush (exochorda)
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Snow Day™ ‘Blizzard’ Pearl-bush (exochorda) This deciduous shrub blooms profusely in spring. Can be pruned as a tree. Proven Winners­­® ColorChoice® shrubs
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“Blizzard Pearl Bush. Blooms constantly!” — ramona1713
Austin Ganim Landscape Design, LLC
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Rhododendron 'Gibraltar' - Orange Gibraltar Azalea, fragrant spring flowering - deciduous shrub
flowering shrubs...fragrant flowers...yellow flowers
Austin Ganim Landscape Design, LLC
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Rhododendron 'Lemon Lights' - Yellow Exbury Azalea, fragrant spring flowering - deciduous shrub
flowering shrubs...fragrant flowers...yellow flowers
LuAnn Brandsen
Weigela Sonic Bloom Pink
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Weigela Sonic Bloom spring-flowering shrub (Proven Winners)
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“varieties weigela” — Tom Shonka
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Cottage Perennial
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love the little blue flowers! what are they?
Hi can you tell me what the green shrubs are that line the
The shrubs are Buxus sempervirens Suffruticosa, True Dwarf English Boxwood. I hope this helps!
Blue are pansies, grow in cool spring weather. Where I live (Deep South) we plant in fall and enjoy over the winter until late Spring.
What is the tree with the purple flowers/leaves called
with plants. Evergreen shrubs will add appeal and structure all year round and can serve as your base. Then you can plant bulbs in the fall, perennials and shrubs after the last frost in spring, and annuals throughout the year. Play with color, heights and textures.
Edge your walk or driveway with plants. Evergreen shrubs will add appeal and structure all year round and can serve as your base. Then you can plant bulbs in the fall, perennials and shrubs after the last frost in spring, and annuals
“Dwarf English boxwoods” — meghanmullaney
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