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. Bloom Shrubs, Chinese Snowball, Growing Bloom, White Flower, Landscaping Ideas, Landscapes Ideas, Snowball Viburnum, Flower Shrubs, Yards Landscapes
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Summersweet With a name like summersweet, you can guess that this shrub's pink or white flowers are fragrant. It's one of the few shrubs that bloom well in shade, although it also will grow in full sun in the north, provided it has adequate moisture. Name: Clethra alnifolia Growing Conditions: Full sun to shade and moist soil Size: 3-5 feet tall and wide Zones: 3-9
Bloodroot.. This herbaceous perennial grows well in part to full shade and colonizes in the wild. Flowers bloom in early spring and plants grow 3-6" tall. Perfect for shady rock gardens and woodland gardens. Zones 3-9.