THERE ARE SO MANY BEAUTIFUL PLANTS FLOWERING RIGHT NOW - HERE ARE JUST A FEW! The Big leaf Princess Flower has royal blue flowers which appear in spectacular terminal inflorescence, has large, fuzzy leaves. Prefers dappled shade or morning sun at most, blooms summer, fall. Close up of Princess Flower The Dwarf Yellow Mussaenda is a great butterfly attractant. This beautiful shrub grows to about 3-4ft. The pale yellow bracts indicate where the next darker yellow fragrant star-shaped flowers will be. Flowers summer and fall and is deciduous. Tolerates sun or light shade The Kaleidoscope Abelia is one of the most colorful of the Abelia family. It has different foliage colors during the different seasons. The followers are lightly fragrant white during summer and fall. This shrub attracts a large array of butterflies. It gets 2-3ft high and 3-4ft wide. This is truly a plant for all seasons. Canyon Creek Abelia is another beautiful and colorful plant, gets about 5-6ft tall with arching branches. Tecoma Stans “Bells of Fire” attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Loves the sun or part shade and blooms Spring, Summer, Fall Tecoma Stans “Lydia” is a good companion for the “Bells of Fire”. This also attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Both shrubs are deciduous and like sun to light shade. The American Wisteria “Amethyst Falls” makes a beautiful Vine on a fence, arbor or trellis. It blooms more than once a year and is deciduous. Thryallis or Shower of Gold is a very long blooming shrub with cluster of yellow flowers, can be pruned to size. Close up of Thryallis cluster of flowers: “Red Cluster” bottlebrush is one of the best hummingbird attractants. This evergreen shrub gives color most of the season and prefers mostly sun. Great for screening or just on its own The dwarf bottlebrush is a striking addition to any sunny garden. It is very slow growing and can be kept very short. So, for those of you who like bottlebrush but do not want a tall, large shrub like the “Red Cluster” this is it. The Blue Butterfly Flower is a long bloomer and attracts many pollinators. This dual color shrub is very delicate looking but very hardy. A must-have in any butterfly garden. See the lovely bumblebee hard at work pollinating this beautiful shrub For attracting all kinds of pollinators the White Flowering Almond Bush cannot be beat. The white flowers are very fragrant. It can get to be a very large shrub, but can be contained by frequent pruning even during blooming.
Close up of White Flowering Almond Bush: Adding color, fragrance, butterflies and bees to your yard doesn’t have to be hard! Visit Taylor Gardens Nursery and we’ll help you find the easiest low maintenance plants for your fall project!