You love azaleas!! And what colorful blooms in spring! So why not plant a ton of them?
Because you could risk a yard that looks dull, dull, dull in all seasons but the one when your favorite plant blooms.
It’s important to make room for four-season color.
For example, combine your gorgeous spring-blooming azaleas with summer-blooming roses and autumn-blazing shrubs, such as a burning bush (Euonymus alatus).
For winter color, try the red osier dogwood (Cornus stolonifera), a hardy shrub that sports bright-red branches in winter.
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