Flowering Shrubs

The “Flowering Shrubs” sub-section focuses on versatile plants that offer both structure and vibrant blooms. Ideal for borders, hedges, or standalone focal points, flowering shrubs like azaleas, hydrangeas, and lilacs can add bursts of color and fragrance to your garden. Learn how to choose the right varieties for your climate, when to plant for optimal blooming, and how to care for your shrubs to ensure season-after-season beauty.

photo of rhododendron bush
Rhododendron vs Azalea: What’s the Difference?
Gardener about to prune or deadhead hydrangeas
Deadheading Hydrangeas: Do You Cut Off Dead Hydrangeas?
photo of azaleas to show popular yellow flowering shrubs for your garden
Popular Yellow Flowering Shrubs
Photo of white flowering shrubs for planting in the garden
Best White Flowering Shrubs for Landscaping
Oakleaf Hydrangea - Snowflake
Oakleaf Hydrangeas: Are They Right for Your Garden?
Hydrangea Bush With Blue/purple Blooms
Different Types of Hydrangeas
Close Up Hydrangea Bloom
Top Reasons Why Your Hydrangea Won’t Bloom
Hydrangea brown spots
Brown Spots on Hydrangea Leaves: What’s Going on and What to Do About It
Wilting Hydrangea
Why Is My Hydrangea Wilting?