Spring blooming shrubs to brighten up your landscape.  Intermix with summer bloomers for color all season!

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Serviceberry (Amelanchier) - clusters of tiny white flowers

Bog Rosemary (Andromeda) - tiny pink bell shaped flowers

Chokeberry (Aronia) - white flowers

Barberry (Berberis) - tiny yellow flowers

California Lilac (Ceanothus) - tiny blue to purple flowers, popular choice

Mexican Orange (Choisya ternata) - fragrant white flowers

Rockrose (Cistus) - large purple, pink or white flowers

Cotoneaster—tiny white flowers

Daphne—may varieties with pink to white flowers, very fragrant!

Heather (Erica) - pinks, lavenders and whites

Deutzia—pink or white flowers

Enkianthus– White with pink bell shaped flowers

Fothergilla—white bottlebrush flowers

Kerria—yellow button flowers

Beautybush (Kolkwitzia) - Pink tubular flowers

Leucothoe—Drooping bell shaped white flower clusters

Osmanthus—Tiny white tubular flowers, very fragrant

Pernettya—tiny white flowers

Mockorange (Philadelphus) - White flowers, many fragrant varieties

Ninebark (Physocarpos) - lacecap white flowers

Pieris—White or pink flowers, plus many with colorful red new growth

Elderberry (Sambucus) - Large lacecap cluster of pink flowers

Spiraea—Tiny white or pink clusters of flowers

Snowberry (Symphoricarpos) - white to pink flowers

Lilac (Syringa) - purple, white, pink, lavender, and fragrant!

Viburnum—White lacecap or ball flowers, some fragrant varieties

Weigela—red, pink, or white tubular flowers