Ornamental shrubs are the backbone of any planned landscape. Shrubs can serve as a foil to showcase interplantings of perennials in garden borders, or soften the hard lines of foundations, offering a harmonious connection of the house to its natural surroundings. Still, some cultivars of shrubs make the most stunning impact when planted en mass, giving the viewer a real treat for the eyes, appearing as though a great swath of delightful hues had been painted across the landscape. Whatever the application, there’s certainly a shrub suited for it. Take a look- the variety here is amazing, and there’s a few we’re sure you won’t find elsewhere.
Foliage rounded or oblong opening coppery red turning soft green in summer, richly coloured red and orange in autumn. Smothered with white flowers on upright racemes in May.
Rich burgundy foliage turns red-black in fall.
Deep blue flowers of good size, with a delightful fragrance.
This shrub can withstand many tough conditions. Has yellow pea-like flowers in May.
White spring flowers followed by bluish fruit. Rich green leaves turn reddish-purple in the fall, red twig.
A beautiful, very hardy plant with silver foliage all season. Sweet scented flowers in June.