Plants For Spring Color
Let your garden explode with color this spring when you plant a variety of flowering shrubs, bulbs and annuals.
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Deutzia 'Yuki Cherry Blossom'
Snapdragon 'Twinny Appleblossom'
Syringa 'Bloomerang Purple'
Hyacinth 'Blue Jacket'
Rhododendron 'Bloom-A-Thon Red'
Early-Flowering Peony 'Sarah Bernhardt'
Cool Wave White Pansy
Sunny yellow forsythia blooms are some of the earliest signs of spring. Enjoy the arching stems of this shrub in your landscape or cut them to force for indoor bouquets.
Carolina silverbell (Halesia tetraptera)
Camellia x williamsii
Camellia x williamsii is an evergreen shrub or tree with thick, leathery leaves. The cupped, semi-double blooms are spectacular. Flowering begins in late February in a continuous series into May in cool, sunny spring conditions.