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Azaleas Easy-Growing Flowers for Fences!! Southern Indica hybrids such as ‘Formosa’ can grow as big as a bus. The short picket fence in front tames the azalea just a bit while also framing the blossoms during the week or so the shrub is in bloom. You can create the same sort of effect with other vigorous spring-flowering shrubs such as forsythias, spiraeas, loropetalums, mock oranges, flowering quinces, and weigelas. Love this scene!! Picket Fences, Easy Growing Flowers, Dreams Houses, Southern Living, Flowers For Fence, Pale, Easygrow Flowers, White Picket Fence, Shrubs
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