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New England Landscaping Bushes
New England weather can be difficult for the home gardener. Always consider climate and growing season when picking a shrub or bush. You want things in your garden to provide color and texture not only during the summer months; you want them to provide beauty during the long, cold winter months. In light of the growing concerns regarding invasive species, this list contains only ornamental plants that are native to the region. Check with a quality landscape supplier in your region for alternatives.
The Bayberry plant is drought tolerant, produces small flowers and is hardy even in cold weather. Migrating birds are attracted to its small berries in the fall and winter. When spring comes these berries will attract returning birds. During the fall the bush will produce burgundy colored leaves.
In the late summer the Summersweet produces a wonderful white flower. Foliage will turn yellow or golden brown in the fall. Partial to full20sun and moist conditions, this bush will attract butterflies and other nectar lovers. It is tolerant to salty soils and prefers acidic surroundings. This bush is native to all of New England although it doesn’t appear frequently in Maine.
If you have water features then consider Buttonbush. With shiny green leaves and greenish-white flowers that grow in clusters, this is a visually attractive plant. The bush is often used as a nesting site for birds and will attract butterflies to your garden. The seeds provide texture and interest during the cold months.
The Spicebush is unique in that all parts of it are aromatic if crushed. The bush is an early bloomer in the spring, adding color to your garden quickly. Best suited for soil that is well drained, it also adapts to most conditions. Thick, long leaves will feed swallowtail caterpillars in the summer and turn a beautiful shade of yellow in the fall. Native to all areas of New England, it also produces berries for birds and other animals in the fall.
American Holly is native in the southern parts of New England. technically a tree, it can grow up to 30 feet but is often kept at bush size. Particularly hardy in acidic and salty soils, it does well in more severe conditions when well established. A few years of careful management will ensure a long lived, attractive pl ant. Holly is an evergreen that maintains its beautiful, shiny leaves through the entire winter. An additional feature is the bright red berries produced in the fall if you have a male and female within 100 feet of each other.
New England and Blueberries go hand and hand in the mind of many. Different varieties will allow you to choose the one that best suits your landscape and goals. Spring blooms give way to summer fruit and autumn will bring colorful foliage. To protect your fruit you may want to invest in netting, or the birds and deer will provide fierce competition. Blueberry bushes like acidic soil, with good drainage and plenty of moisture. If you select a number of varieties you can have blueberries all summer long. Rarely bothered by insects, blueberries are fun and nutritious to grow.
There are numerous other plants you can add to your New England landscape to provide color and beauty to your home. A good nursery or a good landscape supply house can help you make the best decisions for your particular needs and location.
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