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Flowering Hedges

Flowering hedges bring a burst of color and fragrance to gardens, enhancing their beauty and charm. They not only provide privacy and structure but also attract pollinators, such as bees and butterflies. Some popular flowering hedge plants include lilac and hydrangea, among others.

  1. Lilac: Known for its intoxicating fragrance and showy blooms, lilac bushes are a beloved choice for flowering hedges. With clusters of fragrant flowers in shades of purple, pink, white, and blue, lilacs create a stunning visual display in spring. Their dense foliage and vigorous growth make them ideal for creating privacy screens or dividing garden spaces.

  2. Hydrangea: Hydrangeas are prized for their large, colorful blooms and long-lasting appeal. With their ability to thrive in various soil conditions and climates, hydrangea bushes offer versatility in landscaping. Whether it's the classic mophead hydrangea with its pom-pom-like flowers or the delicate lacecap hydrangea with its intricate blooms, these flowering shrubs add elegance and charm to any garden setting.

  3. Ligustrum (Privet): Ligustrum, commonly known as privet, is a versatile shrub prized for its glossy foliage and fragrant white flowers. With its dense growth habit and ability to tolerate pruning, ligustrum makes an excellent choice for flowering hedges. Its clusters of small white flowers attract pollinators, while its evergreen foliage provides year-round interest and privacy.