Flowering bushes and shrubs look amazing when they are completely in bloom and are laden with variety of colorful berries or fruits. Each colorful flowering plant means something, and defines the character of your house or the garden. Out of all the vibrant colors, white makes your garden look peaceful.
It produces pure white flowers in a tiny bouquet format on curved branches. The flowers bloom before the leaves appear, spreading only the white color around. Small leaves start appearing once the bloom fades away. As the name suggests, Bridal Wreath Spirea looks as beautiful as a well-groomed bride.
It has lush green, greasy, shiny leaves, that attracts attention even when the flowers are not in bloom. Anne Russel Viburnum produces pale pink buds, that bloom to pure white flowers and turn reddish during fall.
It is widely adaptable to any kind of soil and requires partial or full sun. Apart from this, it has a moderate growth rate. Annabelle Hydrangea grows up to 3-5 feet tall, and blooms completely in summer. It can also survive in winter and cold wind storms. It is one of the most widely used flowering shrubs to accentuate the beauty of gardens.
Little Henry Sweet Spire
This is another beautiful small shrub with tube-like flowers that bloom in spring. It grows almost 3 feet tall and wide, and has fragrant flowers that attract many butterflies. It grows best in moist soil and needs to be exposed to the sun.
This shrub does not need regular watering; occasional watering is enough as it has a moderate growth rate. Little Henry Sweet Spire is ideal for trellises in the balcony; it can even be planted in flower pots and kept it in the living room or bedroom.
You can plant any of these as borders or hedges in your garden. White flowering shrubs go with any kind of garden theme as white flowers are compatible with any other flower color, and blend beautifully with other flowering shrubs.