These versatile plants can be used individually to add to your existing garden space or consider using them together. In the mid-to-late spring the Henry’s Garnet Sweetspire begins to flower, lightly fragrant in the warm spring air.
The robust foliage of the shrubs provide screening,
additionally because they are usually pest free, remain crisp into the late summer, when the fall color begins. The witch hazel turning golden while the
Henry’s Garnet sweetspire turns a rich red,
contrasting against one another. As the fall color is underway, the Anemone flowers show off brightly against this back drop. As you approach the planting, the fragrant flowers of the fall-blooming witch hazel
can be detected, adding to the charm of this fall planting arrangement.