Answer: There are a number of possibilities for your garden. Here are a few suggestions:
Weigela, Variegated; Graceful arching shrub has loads of densely clustered 1" pink blooms that attract hummingbirds from late spring into fall.
Lilac, Sensation; Sweet fragrance outdoors and in bouquets. Useful as a border shrub and in colorful hedges.
Butterfly Bush, Empire Blue; Silvery foliage with rich violet-blue panicles up to 14" long features an intense orange eye.
Hydrangea, Royal Red; Blazing red 4" flower heads decorate trouble-free shade-loving shrubs that grow 3-6' high.
Mock Orange, Double; Superb, hardy ornamental shrub is loaded with large, fragrant, 2" white double blooms during late spring.
Burning Bush, Dwarf; Low-care shrub is famed for its showy foliage, which turns a fiery crimson in fall.
Hope one of these is just right for your garden.
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