Flowering Shrubs


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Magnolia

This shrub is popular because it comes in a couple different species. There are Star Magnolia, Saucer Magnolia, and a Southern Magnolia, which is actually a tree. Star Magnolia bloom white flowers in April or May as does the Saucer Magnolia. A Southern Magnolia’s blossom is very large and fragrant white flower. It blooms in […]

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Forsythia

Spring wouldn’t be same without these bight yellow bushes. Forsythia are one of the first plants to bloom in early spring with their brilliant yellow blossoms. These fast growers require full sun to do well. They grow to be about 6-8′ tall and 3-5′ wide, perfect for a border or a tall hedge. Watch out, […]

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Spirea

Spirea’s contribution to any landscape consists almost entirely of a massive springtime display of small white, pink or red flowers. Spireas grow to be about 3-5′ tall in a globe like shape. They grow about 2-4″ a year. Spirea’s need full to partial sun, but don’t tolerate a lot of shade well. If you need […]

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Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas are very suitable to New Jersey. They like moist, sandy, acidic soil. Unlike other shrubs with flowers, hydrangeas can tolerate partial sun conditions. In the spring they produce large flowers of many colors. Colors include pink, white, and even blue. Hydrangeas are a fine shrub when a medium sized flowering shrub will fit the […]

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Rhododendron

As a native plant to Southern New Jersey, we see them in the Pine Barrens a lot. The common type is the ‘Roseum’. They bloom in the spring with large purple flowers. Rhododendrons generally grow to be about 4-8′ tall and equally broad. They do best in the part sun to part shade. Rhododendron are […]

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Lilac

Lilacs are old-fashioned favorites of all landscapers and homeowners alike. Their dense, grape-like clusters of fragrant flowers in stunning colors of white, lavender or red. They tend to bloom in mid-spring, usually around mid-April to early May, right in time for Mother’s Day. Lilacs make attractive plants when mixing them in with other plants in […]

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Azaleas

Azaleas are probably the most widely used shrub in landscaping. They bloom in early spring and then stay green for the rest of the season. Azaleas will tolerate partial shade. Locally grown azaleas are usually the best choices since they are the hardiest. Azaleas from other regions need to adapt to the local soil conditions […]

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