Woodland Shrubs

Woodland Shrubs

Planting shrubs in a woodland garden can be a good idea. They can be a good part of the garden to provide excellent landscape and good cover for some bare areas. Also, most shrubs will flower and a mixture of different species of shrubs will offer an all-seasoning backyard for your family. There are a number of shrub species for choosing to decorate your garden. Here we can take a look at a list of woodland shrub plants suitable for different climates.

Button bush, biologically called Cephalanthus occidentalis, is originally growing in riverside. This characteristic enables it to grow happily in an area full of water. Like most shrubs, button bush will flower in late spring or early summer. Its flower which provides nectars can attract insects to your garden and its seeds can feed a bunch of small animals as well. Button bush need adequate sunlight and moisture to grow happily.

Another good evergreen candidate for your woodland gardening is Camellia which also has wonder blooming of a variety colors including pink, red and white. This plant likes to grow in moderate cold climate. If your garden is located in the proper zone for this plant, it can be a good choice for your backyard.

The third recommended woodland shrub plant is the Hydrangea. They can usually survive in very cold climates and can flower from time to time. There are a total of five species of Hydrangea plants including Hydrangea arborescens, Lacecap Hydrangeas, Mophead Hydrangeas, Oakleaf Hydangea and Paniculata Hydrangeas. They have different type of blooming and all of them can be planted in cold winter days. You can choose the right species suitable for your woodland garden.

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