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Flowering shrubs are used more and more in the landscape by gardeners who want a reliable, and beautiful presentation with minimal fuss.
The new flowering shrubs are not only bred to be more compact, which means less or no pruning, but also have awesome flower power. Let us help you select hardy types that will transform those drab spots in your garden to vibrant focal points.
We carry a full line of flowering shrubs that is always changing to reflect the bloom times of the different varieties, so that you can see what they will look at their peak in your garden.
Blooming workhorses like Hydrangeas and weigela in the garden always feature prominently at Sun Harvest, while native shrubs are increasing in their appeal to the gardener who is looking to coax more habitat for our wild birds and pollinators.
Here are a few examples of the many shrub varieties that we will be carrying.
This shrub is the Proven Winners Hydrangea of the year and it is the one to grow because it is super hardy, its full flower heads that emerge white and then age to ruby red make for superb cutting flowers. There is no end to the positive vibes that this easy to grow hydrangea.
This is the rose for all those who love roses, but have a hard time growing them. This PW Rose of the year combines all the fragrance of a full petalled tea rose with the no fuss practicality of a disease resistant landscape rose. Expect this one to be a hit at the garden centre this year!
Button bush, as it is commonly known, is a delightful native shrub, and this new cultivar in its more compact form will make gardeners take a second look. Fragrant, white button -like flowers that bees love, will change to red glossy fruit that birds will appreciate, and this shrub is quite happy in poor draining or wet areas of your garden.
This NEW weigela is sweetly compact (only 24 inches in height and spread), and robust in its flower power. It reblooms so the colour you experience in late June will continue for weeks.