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Yuletide Camellia bushes require virtually NO maintenance, but continue to give you full white blooms year after year. Find the easiest camellias to grow, only at Fast Growing Trees Nursery.

Ten shrubs anyone can grow

Ten shrubs anyone can grow -

Ten shrubs anyone can grow

Ten shrubs anyone can grow

Ten shrubs anyone can grow

Ten shrubs anyone can grow

Coppertone Distylium

Coppertone Distylium

PRODUCT OVERVIEW The Coppertone Distylium from the First Editions collection of plants is an exceptional low maintenance evergreen shrub that is great for found

LOC front border Crimson Fire Loropetalum

Crimson Fire™ Loropetalum

Pollypetite® Rose of Sharon, Hibiscus sp. Photo courtesy of Proven Winners®  You'll notice that "dwarf" is a recurring descriptive in t...

Pollypetite® Rose of Sharon, Hibiscus sp. Photo courtesy of Proven Winners® You'll notice that "dwarf" is a recurring descriptive in t...

Superbells® Cherry Star™ - Calibrachoa hybrid

Superbells® Cherry Star - Calibrachoa hybrid

Superbells® Cherry Star Calibrachoa is a gorgeous variety that has risen to horticulture fame quickly because of its unique pattern. It is the first Calibrachoa that has a star pattern and holds this look in the heat of the summer as well.

'Ever Red' Loropetalum  Loropetalum chinense ‘Chang Nian Hong’.  4'-6' Shrub

'Ever Red' Loropetalum

The Ever Red Loropetalum is an evergreen with unique burgundy foliage and vibrant red flowers. They're low maintenance and drought tolerant, perfect for hedging.

Perk up your garden with this yellow-speckled Gold Dust Plant. More colorful shrubs: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/shrubs/colorful-shrubs-for-your-garden/?socsrc=bhgpin060812

Colorful Shrubs for Your Garden

Gardeners in the North know this easy-growing shrub as a houseplant, but Southern gardeners are familiar with it as a dense evergreen shrub for part shade. As its name suggests, gold dust plant bears rounded leaves heavily speckled in golden-yellow.

Double Flowered Japanese Rose has 3-seasons of wonder: Green branches provide winter color followed by brilliant, rose-like yellow spring flowers and yellow fall foliage color. Partial to full sun. Fast, up to 10 ft. tall and wide. Zone: 5 – 9

16 high-impact, fast-growing shrubs. Yes, we mean ZOOM!

Double Flowered Japanese Rose - Monrovia - Double Flowered Japanese Rose - Deciduous - gorgeous arching shrub has bright green branches in winter, brilliant double yellow 1 inch wide spring flowers that resemble roses, leaves turn yellow in the fall

White Rugosa Rose adapts to a variety of conditions, including where salt tolerance is a concern. Its pale blush #pink buds open to highly fragrant snow-white blooms with creamy #yellow stamens. In fall, the disease resistant foliage takes on shades of #orange and #scarlet to accompany the large orange #red hips. White Rugosa is quite drought resistant once established and easy to grow. Loves full sun and hardy in zones 2-7…

White Rugosa Rose adapts to a variety of conditions, including where salt tolerance is a concern. Its pale blush #pink buds open to highly fragrant snow-white blooms with creamy #yellow stamens. In fall, the disease resistant foliage takes on shades of #orange and #scarlet to accompany the large orange #red hips. White Rugosa is quite drought resistant once established and easy to grow. Loves full sun and hardy in zones 2-7…

Gardenia Grif's Select (Cape Jasmine) The heavenly fragrance of Gardenia blossoms that has graced southern gardens can now be grown in zone 6 (with some protection) due to its enhanced winter hardiness. The creamy white six-petaled single blossoms with tawny starfish-like centers are showcased against the glossy green foliage of this compact shrub. Showy seed capsules (hips) in fall add to its appeal. Learn more at: https://www.bluestoneperennials.com/GAGS.html

Gardenia Grif's Select (Cape Jasmine)

Gardenia Grif's Select (Cape Jasmine) The heavenly fragrance of Gardenia blossoms that has graced southern gardens can now be grown in zone 6 (with some protection) due to its enhanced winter hardiness. The creamy white six-petaled single blossoms with tawny starfish-like centers are showcased against the glossy green foliage of this compact shrub. Showy seed capsules (hips) in fall add to its appeal. Learn more at: https://www.bluestoneperennials.com/GAGS.html

Growing with plants: Garden Blogger's Bloom Day, February 2014

Growing with plants: Garden Blogger's Bloom Day, February 2014

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