09 Apr Shrubbery – Friend Not Enemy
Pruning is hard work but it is essential for various types of landscape shrubbery especially those that tend to grow tall and look untamed like Rose of Sharon. This shrub blooms so place it along your property line, it gives your land a hint of privacy.
By using shrubs to fence your property you encourage more birds and wildlife into your yard. Gardens need insects, birds and bees to flourish and grow. There are many varieties of evergreen shrubbery that create informal hedges.
Shrubbery like hydrangea are dependable shrubs that help beautify existing hedges with their exotically wild clusters of colorful flowers. Choose a flowering shrub that helps attract bees and insects.
Witch Hazel is an tall shrub that is popular for its large yellow flowers and place where its beauty and fragrance will be flaunted. Place different coloured shrubs around brings a rainbow affect to the garden, without to much maintenance involved.
Use viburnum for border planting it has shrubbery that has twisted branches that always make a nice statement in your yard.
It is important that when planting shrubs you always give it a lot of thought before starting, and consult a professional landscaper beforehand, because they grow big and need work to maintain there beauty.