CONSECUTIVE BLOOMING - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by richiecarol
May 12, 2010
I HAVE A RHODODENDRUM AND AN AZAELEA, BOTH LAVENDER/PUPLE IN COLOR, AND ANOTHER ORANGE UPRIGHT AZEALEA THAT BLOOMS RIGHT AFTER THE PREVIOUS 2 SHRUBS. AFTER THAT I DON'T HAVE ANY PERENNIALS BLOOMING. CAN YOU SUGGEST OTHER PERENNIAL SHRUBS THAT WOULD EXTEND MY BLOOMING SEASON


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Answer from NGA
May 12, 2010

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You can extend the beauty of your landscape by adding a late spring flowering Doublefile Viburnum (Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum). Lilac is another late spring early summer flowering shrub, and hydrangea will bloom in early to mid-summer. Enjoy your landscape!

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