Flowering bush - Knowledgebase Question

largo, Fl
Question by ckl33770
February 28, 2009
I would like to plant a flowering bush in my garden one that grows 4-5 feet tall. what would you suggest

Answer from NGA
February 28, 2009


There are many small shrubs to choose from. For sunny spots, Carissa grandiflora 'Nana', the dwarf natal plum, produces white flowers and Cuphea hyssopifolia, or Cuphea, has red or white flowers. Rhododendron obtusum (Kurume hybrid azaleas) grows best in a partially sunny location; Gardenia ugusta 'Radicans' grows best in afternoon shade. All will grow from 2-5 feet high and wide.

Best wishes with your new shrubs!

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