Chinese snowball is one of spring's showiest shrubs. White flower clusters 6 to 8 inches across festoon its branches in late spring. The plant gets big—12 to 20 feet tall and wide. Though it looks like a hydrangea, it's actually a viburnum. Chinese Snowball Planting Guide Where to Plant: Find a prominent spot where it will have room to grow. How to Grow: Give it full to partial sun and fertile, well-drained soil. Prune, if necessary, just after it finishes flowering in spring.
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‘Peegee' Hydrangea has extremely large pyramidal white blooms in July throughout fall and abundant fragrance in the garden. ‘Peegee’ can be grown as a shrub or tree form and can serve as either a group planting or as a single specimen in a landscape design. It grows 3-5 feet or higher in its tree form. This particular hydrangea can grow well in full to partial sun and blooms on new wood. It is hardy in Zones 4-8.
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Spring blooms of the Brandywine Crabapple.