On pond fence One of my favorite fall garden plants is the showy Clematis paniculata(C. Not only does this beauty cover my old fence boards with hundreds of star shaped white blossoms, it also fills the late summer air with a sweet fragrance.
Love all the boxwood with florals combos. Janice Parker Landscape Design - IDA Award Winner Ferrill Bancroft via Urban Farmgirl onto Garden and Landscaping. Really like the green box woods with the white and pink flowers.
Azalea "Delaware Valley White" Large single to semi-double white flowers bloom in late May. This strong, spreading grower has large medium green leaves and will grow to in 10 years. Great all time classic Azalea!
White Wax Begonias Wax begonias are tender perennials in Zones but I grow them as a flower suitable for edging beds in light shade. It has waxy leaves and produces clusters of single or double white flowers. Wax begonias bloom non-stop throughout th
Spring Shrub - Bridalwreath Spirea - Bridalwreath spirea makes an elegant border and is widely adaptable, deer proof, drought tolerant, and easy to grow. An arching abundance of white flower clusters in mid-spring give the shrub a romantic air.
Front Yard Tree: Pee Gee Hydrangea Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora' Flowering Shrub with Large White Flowers Adapts to a Wide Range of Climates from Zones 3 to 8 Only Hydrangea that can be Pruned into a Tree to High by to Wide
10 Colorful Shrubs for a Standout Winter Garden
The dreary days of winter become even more bleak if your landscape looks dead, brown, and bare. Cheer up your lawn and garden with these 10 showy shrubs that offer colorful cold-weather curb appeal.
How to Prepare Butterfly Bushes for Winter
Butterfly bushes (Buddleia davidii) fill the garden with bright butterflies from summer through fall with their cones of nectar-rich purple, white or pink flowers. The plant is classified as a ...
Bush Morning Glory - It is an evergreen shrub growing rapidly to about 4 feet in diameter, and about 2 - 3 feet tall. Habitat: Landscaping plant that does well on Dry, Sandy, Well-drained alkaline soil.
Fatsia japonica 'Spider's Web' makes a wonderful specimen, particularly when planted near white-flowering plants that compliment the leaf variegations. It can also be used to help add light and colour to areas or lightly dappled shade.