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From the McDonald Garden Center Blog

Everything You Need to Know About Quince

Now that spring is in full swing, it’s time to start considering how you want to alter your garden for the new season. Adding in annuals is always a great way to boost the vibrancy of your garden, but perennial bloomers, trees, and shrubs are the way to go if you are looking for those beautiful blooms to effortlessly pop out every year. Quince is one of our most popular early spring-blooming shrubs, so we feel like they definitely deserve a spotlight.

10 Spring Shrubs You Need in Your Garden

Spring is the season of new beginnings, with nature awakening from its winter slumber and bursting into a vibrant display of colors and scents. As the weather starts to warm up, it’s the perfect time to plant some new shrubs in your garden. Here are 10 spring shrubs that are sure to add beauty and interest to your outdoor space.

Plant of the Week: Yuletide Camellia

Here come the holidays and with that comes the beautiful blooms of the beloved Yuletide Camellia. This beautiful cool weather bloomer is a Hampton Roads must-have with its warm, red flowers and glossy evergreen foliage. This shrub is a beautiful addition to the garden year-round, giving blooms at a time of year when not much else is blooming. Yuletide's red flowers stand out in high contrast against glossy, dark green foliage making quite the statement in your landscape. A moderate grower, this evergreen shrub will grow to approximately 8-10 feet tall and with an upright growth habit.