Jul 13, Growing only 3 to 6 inches high, it blooms from June through September. It is a borderline plant north of zone 6 but may survive in zone 5 if covered with mulch through the winter. Other than this, little maintenance is required. USDA Growing Zones: 5. See These Colorful Flowering Shrubs For Zones 5 & 6Cotoneaster – Tiny pink flowers in May and cranberry-like red berries in fall. Leaves provide great fall color. Attracts birds. Comes in varying sizes from 2′ – 3′ to 8′ – 10′ varietiesDogwood – Adaptable and vigorous flowering shrubs.
I especially like the types with bright red stems – stunning! They add much needed color to the winter garden. Author: Flower Chick. The following perennials bloom in the fall adding color and multiple season interest to your Zone 5 & 6 flower gardens. Just when you think things are looking a little dull, these charmers will spice up your landscape with a pop of color! Here are 10 of my favorite fall color plants: 1. Aster – Woods Purple: This is a colorful purple daisy-like flower blooming August through September.
Also makes an excellent Author: Flower Chick. Oct 17, Small Hardy Flowering Trees. There are many species of blooming trees perfect for a zone 6 landscape. Keeping the profile of a tree low helps with maintenance, fruit harvest, and prevents shading large areas of the garden.
Dwarf fruit trees, like cherry and Prairie Fire crabapple, introduce seasonal color both with their flowers, fruits, and. Jun 12, The Hyperion Dogwood is a unique plant that flowers first in early spring. Hardy in zones 6 to 9, this plant produces large white flowers that practically overlap to cover the tree in pure shades of white.
The flowers fade later on in the summer, producing red fruits that birds will flock to in droves. The flowers of sunny potentilla come in yellow, pink, white, and more.
They emerge in late spring and last until the fall. This small shrub also produces an inedible fruit that resembles a strawberry. Plant this hardy shrub in the fall or, preferably, the spring.
Find a suitable location with. Apr 20, Flowering shrubs are the backbone of any garden, offering privacy along a border, attracting pollinators, and providing color and interest without needing annual replanting. With hundreds of varieties, there’s a beautiful blooming bush for every taste! To ensure your new shrub gets a good start, choose the right plant for the right place. Often called a showstopper,'Lemon Queen' is a valuable addition to the landscape with its spectacular floral display that lasts about 6 weeks from late summer to fall.
Forms a dense, arching mound up to ft. tall ( cm) and in. wide ( cm). Winner of the prestigious Award of Garden Merit of the Royal Horticultural Society.