Dwarf flowering shrubs
How to Care for Hydrangeas | Hydrangeas are everywhere—whether they’re on your dining table, in a wedding bouquet, or the highlight of your garden, these beautiful, lush blooms are a classic. But like any other flower, hydrangeas can be a bit intimidating when it comes to growing and caring for them. We asked the experts for their best hydrangea care guidelines for any scenario—in a vase, potted, or in the ground. #flowers #gardening #realsimple
Double Play® Big Bang spirea Spiraea ‘Tracy’ Type Shrub Blooms Large pink summer blooms, orange spring foliage turns deep yellow in summer and golden-orange in fall Light Full sun to part shade Size 2 to 3 ft. tall and wide Cold-hardy USDA zones 4 to 9 Heat-tolerant AHS zones 9 to 1
Peach Lemonade™ Rose We’ve written about this multi-colored rose variety before on Savvy Gardening, but we have to mention it again. The young flowers are a sunny yellow, but as each bloom ages, it turns to a bright shade of pink. And no, we aren’t kidding! Peach Lemonade™ is in continual bloom from late spring through fall, so there’s often pink and yellow flowers on the plant at the same time. And, because it’s on a list of dwarf flowering shrubs for small gardens, it’s important to note ...