One of the frustrations of many gardeners is enjoying a riot of color in their yard during spring and early summer…but by mid- to late-summer, the garden loses a lot of its impact. The solution is to plan your garden with plants that have different bloom times (during different seasons). This will ensure a succession of color from early spring through fall!
Trees — few flowering plants put on a prettier show than flowering trees!
Shrubs — spring-blooming shrubs bring landscapes to life after winter!
The quintessential summer-flowering plant, roses can take many forms, including groundcovers (drift roses), shrubs (Knock Outs) and standards (also called tree-form roses). There’s a form and color for every gardener!