Who says winter has to be dull & boring? We sure don’t! Check out a few of the great winter blooming options that are an easy way to life, color & even fragrance too into your yard when you need it the most…
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A truly stunning winter bloomer with a slight fragrance - also a truly outstanding cut flower. Dense semi-weeping habit and glossy, dark green foliage produces an exceptional evergreen for foundation planting and backgrounds.
The blooms are a welcome sight in late winter to early spring. A wide range of colors, that are often fragrant and long-lasting. Lovely & unusual flowers with attractive foliage that is easy to care for.
This statuesque, carefree shrub is a stellar plant for the winter garden. Dramatic, frond-like leaves grow in whorls along coarsely branched, upright stems. Great sprays of soft yellow flowers appear in winter, developing clusters of black ornamental berries by late summer and fall. A strong focal point in the landscape.
A beautiful shrub for shady areas! White early-spring flowers are small, but very fragrant. Blooms are followed by bright red ornamental fruit. Forms natural espalier against a wall.
VIBURNUM ‘PINK DAWN’
A wonderful shrub for multi-season beauty. After putting on a late winter to early spring show of pink flower clusters, the thick, lustrous, rich green leaves cloak its cinnamon-colored branches. Foliage transforms to bright hues in autumn, accompanied by blue ornamental fruit.
Beautiful rosy-pink flower buds that open to white, sweetly fragrant flowers in winter and early spring. Attractive yellow-margined, variegated foliage. A great foundation plant for dappled shade gardens. Locate against a wall or near a patio or deck where its fragrance can be appreciated.
Establishes quickly to create a fine, dense groundcover or border. Mounding, evergreen shrub with terrific winter color that lasts through early spring. Ideal for massing in beds, on hillsides or along pathways, or to complement dwarf conifers. Thrives in rocky, unimproved soils, and needs little to no care when established.
Flowers with wavy clear yellow petals and red cups appear on the bare branches of this unusual shrub, supplying blazing color in late winter. The open, spreading habit and rich yellow and orange fall foliage brings additional flare to the landscape. Plant near entries and patios to enjoy the fragrance.