Hello, Winter BLOOMS!

So long gloom, hello blooms.

We’re jumpstarting the season with 7 spectacular shrubs that flower-up in winter in the warmer zones. (But look, one for zone 5!!) ———>

 Fragrant Star Azalea

Extremely fragrant, snowy white flowers like stars in the sky. Up to 5 ft. tall and 3 ft. wide. Partial to full sun. Zone: 5 – 9

Eleanor Taber™ Indian Hawthorn
Zone: 7 – 10 

Ramps up in mid-winter with profuse clusters of bright-pink flowers blooms that continue right through spring. Lovely! Up to 4 ft. tall and wide. Partial to full sun.

Fullmoon® Polyspora
Zone: 7 – 10

New red leaves and large white flowers in late winter to early spring. Fabulous small tree or large shrub. Up to 12 ft. tall and 6 ft. wide. Partial shade to full sun.

Variegated Winter Daphne
Zone: 7 – 9

Rosy-pink flower buds open to white, sweetly fragrant flowers in winter and early spring. Unforgettable. Really. Up to 4 ft. tall and wide. Partial shade to partial sun.

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Pink Fairy Duster
Zone: 7 – 11

One of the first to bloom, an explosion of small pink clusters brightens the garden, and attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Up to 3 ft. tall and 4 ft. wide. Full sun.

Pewter Pillar® Winter’s Bark
Zone: 7 – 10

Need a impressive evergreen hedge that puts on a fantastic late winter floral show ? Check this find from Dan Hinkley. Up to 20 ft. tall and wide. Partial to full sun.

Magenta Breath of Heaven
Zone: 8 – 10

Deep-pink flowers bloom over a long season highlighted by tiny heath-like leaves that are very fragrant when crushed. Up to 6 ft. tall and 5 ft. wide. Partial to full sun.

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