Dramatic Shrubs For Astonishing Outdoors
You might already know something about adding drama to your outdoor area, however, you should also know that there are some natural décor ideas to incorporate into your yard. We are presenting to you the amazing compilation of dramatic shrubs that you can plant for astonishing outdoors.
Best Dramatic Shrubs For Amazing Outdoors
Its official name is Physocarpus ‘Monlo’, and it is native to North America. The bush got its name from the lush beautiful purple-red foliage with white clusters of flowers that bloom in early summer. This plant is drought-resistant, and it is quite resistant to cold as well.
You won’t have to worry about the wildlife being attracted to feast on the foliage, because neither deer nor rabbits are interested in it. The bush grows up to 10 feet, but there are also dwarf variations that can be about 5 feet tall. The Diabolo Ninebark is hardy in zones 3 to 7.
Plum Passion Heavenly Bamboo
Nandina Monum by GardenSenses
Bearing the Latin name of Nandina ‘Monum’, this plant is known to grow really fast. The new plants grow deep purple-red foliage that turns dark bronzy green when mature. The foliage is known to be reddish-green in winter. This bush can be up to 5 feet tall, while being about 3 feet in width. During fall season there are little red berries. However, before planting this bush check the local restrictions, as this plant is considered invasive in various regions.
‘Emerald n Gold’ Winter Creeper
Emerald In Gold By Van Belle Nursery
This evergreen bush is great for adding colors to the outdoors, as the name suggests. It is perfect for shady areas and it can grow up to 4 feet tall. If planted against the wall, it might become a climber. Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald ‘n Gold’, is hardy to zones 5 to 9. It is important to check the local gardening restrictions as this plant is invasive in some areas.
‘Sizzling Pink’ Fringe Flower
Sizzling Pink by Monrovia Nursery
This plant is known for its radiant intriguing foliage. The Loropetalum chinense ‘Sizzling Pink’ has amazing evergreen foliage with clusters of pink blooms from winter to spring. Sometimes there are bold burgundy leaves that turn purple-green. This bush can grow up to 6 feet tall and it is hardy to zones 7-9. Sizzling Pink is great for using as a background to purple, pink perennials.