Like most homeowners and gardeners, you probably want to have some winter plants that will still be beautiful and colorful during the winter months. This article will highlight some popular and interesting choices to consider. Winter Jasmine is a breathtaking choice. It brings a pop of bright yellow flowers that will bloom during the winter and into spring. The color will stand out during the winter months. They can reach four feet height and seven feet wide. It is a vine and would look best if you train it to grow on a trellis or fence. It does best in full sunlight. Flowering Quince is also a great choice. It is hardy and very low maintenance. It has a huge amount of blooms during the winter months. The best time to plant this one is in the spring or early fall. A great bordering shrub for color during the winter months is the boxwood.
An easy grower and can become shaped to your liking. It is hardy and will look beautiful even if it is covered in snow. Winterberry is another lovely addition you can consider. It resembles holly and after its leaves fall during the autumn months, and it leaves behind breathtaking clusters of red berries. These are visual striking against the winter landscape. Bishops Weed surprisingly is an excellent choice because there is a variety that blooms during the winter months. The blooms almost look like roses and can appear as late as January. Always check to make sure one gets the right winter blooming variety. A tremendous perennial to choose is the Christmas rose. It blooms during December through early spring and will be a welcomed sight for visitors during the holiday season, and it will come back year after year. There are some that will also help to feed your local wildlife, consider the mock rush. It is a variety of ornamental grass and will do well during the snow and colder months of the year. The flower spikes on this shrub are full of seeds that will help to feed the wildlife in your area. Whatever you are looking for, your local nursery can help.