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The Only Shrubs You Need to Grow

I love to stare up at the jacaranda trees - but really don't want the mess in my yard...So Cal in June - this is it!

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Monlo', Diabolo Ninebark, zone 3, 6-10', full sun to part shade

Glossy Abelia- great for forming a hedge Butterflies love the trumpet-shape flowers that dangle from glossy abelias' branches all summer long. This shrub naturally forms an arching mound that grows 3 - 6 feet tall, but you can shear it to create a lower hedge. Name: Abelia x grandiflora Zones: 6 - 9

Here’s a terrific landscape look & a great way to spruce up a foundation planting. Tall Hydrangea shrubs give structure while Rudbeckia black-eyed susan, red daylilies add brilliant summer color. There is a Miscanthus (ornamental grass) that is providing an anchor on the far end.

Mottisfont Abbey Rose Garden, Hampshire, England | An outstanding historic rose garden (19 of 20) | Splendid flower border with shrub and rambling roses