What bushes should I put in front of my house?

What bushes should I put in front of my house?

What bushes should I put in front of my house?

Best Shrubs To Plant In Front Of The House

  1. Boxwood. One of the most common foundation shrubs is the boxwood because it’s easy to shape with some hedge trimmers.
  2. Roses. This classic bush comes in a bunch of different shapes and sizes.
  3. Hydrangea.
  4. 4. Japanese Maple.
  5. Juniper.
  6. Dogwood.
  7. Elderberry.
  8. Dwarf Lilac.

What bushes last all year round?

10 No-Care Plants for Killer Curb Appeal in Every Season

  • Winter Gardening. 1/12.
  • Blue Ice Bog Rosemary. 2/12.
  • Carsten’s Wintergold Mugo Pine. 3/12.
  • Weeping Norway Spruce. 4/12.
  • Tiny Buttons Stonecrop. 5/12.
  • Siberian Carpet Cypress. 6/12.
  • Frosty Fire Dianthus. 7/12.
  • Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce. 8/12.

What shrubs make a good border?

Use these attractive, easy-to-grow border plants to define your lawn and landscape edges naturally.

  • The Perfect Plants for Lining Your Path or Garden.
  • Monkey Grass (Liriope muscari)
  • Autumn Fern (Dryopteris erythrosora)
  • Hosta (Hosta spp.)
  • Coral Bells (Heuchera spp.)
  • Mop Head Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla)

What can I plant in the front corner of my house?

Upright conical evergreen trees and shrubs such as arborvitae, spruces, boxwood, and yews are excellent choices for planting at house corners. Columnar trees can frame the front of your house and accent your other foundation plants.

What bushes keep their leaves in winter?

Shrubs that do not lose their leaves in the winter are called evergreens. Broad-leaved evergreens have broad, thin leaves; narrow-leaved evergreens have needles. Broad-leaved shrubs need more protection from cold, drying winds and more consistently moist soil, and they lose some older leaves in the winter or spring.

What are some good border plants?

7 Plants to Use for Borders

  • Tricolor Sage. This perennial herb is just gorgeous!
  • Nasturtiums. I plant plenty of nasturtiums every year.
  • Moss Phlox. Moss phlox is such a low-maintenance plant.
  • Laguna™ Sky Blue Lobelia.
  • Goldilocks Rocks® Bidens.
  • Sweet Alyssum.
  • Lemon Ball Stonecrop.

What shrubs bloom the longest?

Start your planting off with these ten flowering shrubs that provide months instead of mere weeks of colorful blooms.

  • 1.) Perfecto Mundo® Reblooming Azaleas.
  • 2.) Butterfly Bush.
  • 3.) Panicle Hydrangeas.
  • 4.) Smooth Hydrangeas.
  • 5.) Bloomerang® Lilacs.
  • Double Take™ Flowering Quince. (Chaenomeles speciosa)
  • 7.) Rose Of Sharon.
  • 8.)