Auntie Lilli's South Sea Salad Tree, known by the... more
Fast growing but rather compact shrub with velvety... more
Acanthus montanus, also known as African mountain... more
Chinese Perfume Plant, Chinese Rice Flower, Mock Lemon... more
Almond Bush, White flowers have strong almond scent.
Yellow Aphelandra. Yellow flowers emerge out of long... more
Aphelandra scabra (panamensis). This is a new introduction,... more
Brillantaisia - rare herbaceous shrub with unusual... more
Serpentine Hill rain tree. Hardy, beautiful shrub... more
Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow, Kiss-me-quick. Showy flowers... more
Beautiful white flowers, look like porcelain, very... more
Very fragrant Lady of the Night. It has creamy white... more
This plant is a great container/house plant and perfect... more
Jamaican Rain Tree. Rare slow growing plant, can be... more
Spiny Black Olive, Ming Tree. Exotic small tree that... more
Yellow Bird of Paradise (dwarf poinciana)- a showy... more
Pride of Barbados, Dwarf Poinciana, Peacock flower,... more
Dwarf calliandra - great for bonsai. See picture of... more
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Take a look around your yard. Do you have a corner that you would love to fill? Flowering shrubs can be fun to grow and will add color to a corner. You can use the shrub as a focal point and add other plants that will help to draw attention to it. Do you have a lot of big trees in your yard? If so, you will want to find flowering shrubs for shade or partial shade. No big trees in the yard? Well, flowering shrubs for full sun might work for you.
Do you need a border for your yard? Maybe you could add some tall flowering shrubs for privacy without putting up a fence. As you browse our online store, trying to find the best flowering shrubs, you will see small icons under the name of each plant. Look for the icon that indicates the size of the plant. Some shrubs are small while others grow quite large. Some can even be trained to grow as a small tree.
You can find many blooming shrubs in our online store. Most of our shrubs would be classified as perennial flowering shrubs although some may be deciduous, meaning they will drop their leaves for a time in the winter and then wake up in the spring. If you are in the Southwest Florida, Ft. Myers area, we would love to see you at our Garden Center located at 13890 Orange River Blvd., Ft. Myers, FL 33905. We have a large selection of flowering shrubs on site so you can see and smell the blooms. Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff will help you select the best flowering shrubs for the front of your house or for the back corner of your yard.