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Chokeberry
Aronia melanocarpa
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: Spring
  • Adaptable, tough, native shrub. Produces lovely white flowers in spring. Foliage is glossy green, turning bright red in fall. Produces edible black fruits in fall.

 

Azalea
Azalea x
Sunlight: Full shade to part shade
Flowers: April - May
  • A broadleaf evergreen with glossy green leaves and striking blooms in shades of pink, yellow, orange, white and purple in early spring.
Varieties:
  • Golden Lights, Karen, Lemon Lights, Karen

 

Barberry
Berberis thunbergii
Sunlight: Full sun
  • Thorny shrub grown for interesting foliage in shades of deep red, to yellow, to chartreuse. Good choice for specimen or hedge in hot, sunny areas.
Varieties:
  • Sunjoy Tangelo, Sunjoy Cinnamon, Sunjoy Citrus, Gold Pillar, Helmond Pillar, Crimson Pygmy

 

Boxwood
Buxus
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
  • A broadleaf evergreen with dense, glossy green foliage that makes it an excellent choice for a formal hedge, topiary, edger, or specimen.
Varieties:
  • Green Mountain, Green Velvet

 

Summersweet
Clethra
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: Summer
  • Native shrub to swamplands and marshes. Thrives in wet or shaded areas. Spikes of flowers emerge July-August and attract butterflies.
Varieties:
  • Hummingbird, Ruby Spice

 

Dogwood
Cornus spp.
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: Spring
  • Dense, native shrubs with interesting stems ranging in color from bright red, to orange, to yellow. Excellent as a border plant, or as a specimen plant in winter.
Varieties:
  • Baton Rouge, Red Gnome, Fire Dance, Yellow Twig, Pucker Up

 

Bush Honeysuckle
Diervilla
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: Late spring
  • Suckering, densely branched shrub. Tolerant of shady conditions. Good choice for naturalized areas. Small yellow flowers in late spring, red fall color.
Varieties:
  • Copper Dwarf, Cool Splash

 

Burning Bush, Cole's Compact
Euonymus alatus 'Compactus'
Sunlight: Full sun to shade
  • Dense, rounded shrub. Interesting, corky bark and brilliant fall color.

 

Hydrangea
Hydrangea spp.
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: Summer – Fall
  • Compact shrubs produce large flowers in shades of white, pink, green, or blue.
Varieties:
  • Annabelle, Bobo, Little Lime, Little Quick Fire, Zinfindol, Tuff Stuff

 

St. John's Wort
Hypericum
Sunlight: Full sun
Flowers: Summer – Fall

 

Virginia Sweetspire 'Little Henry'
Itea viginica
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: May – June
  • Rounded, spreading shrub reaching 3'-4' in height. Bears spikes of flowers on arching branches. Prefers moisture and will tolerate clay soil. Good fall color.

 

Ninebark
Physocarpus opulifolius
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: Late spring
  • Upright deciduous shrub with coarse leaves ranging from deep burgundy to chartreuse. Interesting, exfoliating bark adds winter interest. Blooms pink or white in late spring.
Varieties:
  • Amber Jubilee, Diabolo, Ginger Wine, Lemon Candy, Tiny Wine, Tiny Wine Gold

 

Potentilla
Potentilla fruticosa
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: June – September
  • Hardy, reliable shrub with blue-green, elliptic leaflets. Sustained blooms of yellow, white, or orange last for much of summer.
Varieties:
  • Mango Tango, Crème Brulee, Lemon Meringue

 

Fern Leaf Buckthorn
Rhamnus frangula
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
  • Lacy, fern-like foliage on an upright, narrow, columnar habit. Non-invasive. Adaptable and easy to grow.

 

Rhododendron
Rhododendron
Sunlight: Part Shade to full shade
Flowers: April – May
  • Broad leaf evergreen with glossy green – bronze foliage that provides good winter interest. Beautiful blooms in early spring in shades of white, pink, red, and purple.

 

Gro-Low Fragrant Sumac
Rhus aromatica
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
  • Dense, low growing shrub reaching only 1' – 2' in height. Draught tolerant.

 

Staghorn Sumac
Rhus thyphina
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: July
  • Tolerant of many soil types but requires adequate drainage. Spreading shrub with attractive, chartreuse foliage with brilliant fall color.

 

Willow, Dappled
Salix integrifolia
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: Summer – Fall
  • Weeping branches with soft foliage, variegated with white, green, and pink. Stems are brightly colored for winter interest.
Varieties:
  • Flamingo

 

Spirea
Spirea
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade (species dependent)
Flowers: Summer
  • Hardy and reliable shrubs. Bloom white, pink, or magenta depending on variety. Some varieties have foliage that is deep green, others may be chartreuse with shades of orange, red, and yellow, changing throughout the season.
Varieties:
  • Tor Birch Leaf, Double Play Blue Kazoo, Double Play Big Bang, Magic Carpet, Limemound, Sundrop, Bridal Wreath Renaissance

 

Lilac
Syringa
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: Spring
  • A longtime favorite, valued for its fragrant, showy blooms of pinks, purples, and whites in early spring. Makes an excellent shrub, screen, or specimen plant.
Varieties:
  • Dwarf Korean, Bloomerang, Scent and Sensibility

 

Viburnum
Viburnum
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: Spring
  • Reliable and versatile shrub. Many varieties bloom in late spring and may be fragrant. Fruits set midsummer and provide added interest. Excellent for hedges.
Varieties:
  • Autumn Jazz, Chicago Lustre, Blue Muffin, Mohican, Compact European Cranberry

 

Weigela
Weigela florida
Sunlight: Full sun
Flowers: April - June
  • Showy, trumpet-like flowers in a range of white, pink, or red in early summer. Foliage in shades of glossy green, with some bronze leaf varieties.
Varieties:
  • Crimson Kisses, Magical Fantasy, My Monet, Spilled Wine, Wine & Roses, Sonic Bloom Pink, Maroon Swoon, Tuxedo

 

Butterfly Bush*
Buddleja davidii
Sunlight: Full sun
Flowers: Summer
  • Showy, fragrant blossoms grow in groups forming a spike in shades of pink, purple, and white. As the name implies, these are good for attracting butterflies. Will tolerate a variety of soils, but needs good drainage.
Varieties:
  • Molly Molly, Miss Ruby, Miss Violet
*Butterfly bush is half-hardy in zone 4. Plant in full sun and apply a heavy coat of mulch in fall to protect from winter.