Well, something’s pretty much always in bloom in sunny SoCal and in late winter that includes camellias and early azaleas such as Alaska. But what about some other fabulous flowering shrubs that also deserve a place in the winter-to-early-spring garden?
We’ve assemble five that you might consider as you plan and plot what to plant this spring. All are easy to grow, waterwise once established (where’s the rain, right?), and can take for the most part can tolerate some heat.
If you’re looking at the garden and not happy with the show it is putting on right now, spring planting is the perfect time to prep for this time next year.
(For even more choices, check out other regions as zones can overlap: Northeast, Southeast, South, Midwest ,Northwest)