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Oakleaf hydrangea pumps up the color and interest in gardens throughout.

Florida-FriendlyPlants 50 plants well-suited to growing locations in The Villages. yellow/orange, blooms from spring to fall Microsoft PowerPoint - Villages Favorite 50 Plants Author: duckettc Created Date: 11/16/ PM. Tough durable shrub. Inexpensive and easy to grow. Quick growth rate. Showy summertime flowers. Pentas. Blooms spring to fall. Colors may vary. Walters Viburnum. Full sun to partial shade.

Grow in sun to partial shade and in acidic well-drained soils.

Blooms in early spring. Flowers are mildly fragrant and very showy. Lady Lake, FL P. A show-off in fall, fothergilla is hardy in zones 5 to 8 and blooms in mid-spring. Mix in a partially shaded border with hostas, ferns, viburnum and foam flower. Look for dwarf variety ‘Mount Airy,’ a winner for its fall color. Fothergilla is a three season shrub with bright white flowers in spring and glossy green foliage in summer.

All sport leathery olive-green foliage that has a licorice smell when crushed and covers slender branches that droop, creating a rounded and open canopy.

Oct 23, Azaleas are one of the showiest flowering shrubs, with loads of spring blossoms in bright pink, red, white, or other colors depending on the cultivar. Florida’s native azalea species grow best in North and Central Florida.

Hardiness zones: 5a – 9b. Mar 30, Shrub Species. Azalea; Banana Shrub; Bay Laurel; Beautyberry; Bottlebrush; Camellias; Chastetree (Vitex) Crepe Jasmine; Dwarf Holllies; Firebush; Firethorn; Holly; Indian Hawthorn; Ixora; Japanese Plum Yew; Jatropha; Junipers; Leatherleaf Mahonia; Loropetalum; Mahonia; Oakleaf Hydrangea; Oleander; Pineapple Guava 'Nellie R.

Stevens' Holly; Saltbush. The most popular shrubs to grow in Florida are Bay Laurel, Beautyberry, Holly, Firebush, Ixora, Loreptelum, Simpson’s stopper and Viburnum to name a few. These shrubs vary in size and look but they all thrive in Florida’s subtropical climate. Whether you live in North, Central or South Florida, selections include everything from native, flowering, evergreen, to those that are heat- salt- and drought-tolerant.

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