Top Spring Bloomers
The hottest blooming plants for spring! We love these top blooming plants for spring.
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Encore Azalea Autumn Sunset, gotta love that scarlet red. Count on these guys to rebloom in your sunny spots from Spring to Fall.
When it comes to part-shade reblooming shrubs, look no further than Endless Summer Hydrangeas. This Bloomstruck Hydrangea is blooming once again, and will continue to bloom before the year is out. Fantastic for mass plantings.
Emerald Snow Loropetalum, great for slope and mass plantings. Bring a summer snowfall with a multitude of white ribbon blooms.
Jubilation Gardenia Who can resist the sweet southern scent of gardenias? Jubilation is a compact shrub growing between 3-4 feet tall and 3 feet wide.
The Double Knockout Rose has quickly become a favorite for gardeners all over the country (Zone 5-11). These roses produce red double blooms that resemble classic roses from spring to fall. These roses perform best when planted in full sun to part shade in well drained garden soil. Once established these roses are generally low maintenance, but will require some seasonal pruning and watering in dry spells. - Buy online from Plants by Mail
This charming series of Dianthus features adorable, double and semidouble flowers rich in spicy fragrance. Evergreen foliage forms handsome tussocks. Very long blooming and drought tolerant once established. - http://www.plantsbymail.com/scent-first-raspberry-surprise-dianthus/
Beautiful Southern Living Plant Collection Jubilation Gardenia- still blooming! Learn more here: http://southernlivingplants.com/shrubs/plant/jubilation-gardenia
Jubilation™ Gardenia Gardenia jasminoides 'Leeone' PP#21983 Jubilation™ Gardenia Tropical Gardenia fragrance on a cold hardy, easy care plant. Jubilation flowers from spring through fall with masses of white blooms. Plant near patios, porches, decks, and other outdoor living areas where the fragrance can be enjoyed.
The Rose Creek Abelia is a compact evergreen shrub that provides year round interest. In spring the foliage will be green and have red stems. Then Rose Creek will begin to bloom clusters of white flowers in early summer and continue into fall. As the weather turns cooler the blooms will take on a rosy-copper hue. In winter the blooms will stop, but then the foliage of Rose Creek will turn purple to continue adding interest to the landscape until spring comes. Once established the Rose Creek is d