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This pink-flowering shrub is in the sun in central Massachusetts. It bloomed profusely throughout May and June, and produced a few buds again in the fall. It grew to about 4 feet before we pruned it. We moved here last winter, so I don't know its age.

We're putting. Nov 17, Hydrangea paniculata ‘DVPpinky’ 16, cbraf. Autumn Appeal: Blooms open cream and mature to pink in the fall. Foliage is green with a slight hint of yellow or reddish-purple. Hardiness: Zone 4.

Bloom Time: Mid-Summer to Frost. Bloom Color: Bicolor – white darkening to pink in the fall, not affected by shrubdisposal.buzzted Reading Time: 6 mins. Sep 13, Quite a few fall-blooming shrubs commence flowering in spring or summer, thus providing multi-season display.

Of Note: Deer resistant.

Among the longest-blooming of this lot is Daphne × transatlantica. A parent (along with Daphne cneorum) of the much more widely grown Daphne × burkwoodii, this small shrub produces flushes of bloom from mid-spring to fall, long after ‘Carol Mackie’ and other burkwoodii cultivars have ceased shrubdisposal.buzzted Reading Time: 8 mins. Pearl GlamCallicarpa (beautyberry) is another shrub that produces a copious show of purple berries in fall that appear after the pink flowers fade away.

The foliage is deep green, tinged with purple. The purpling is most pronounced in fall when the berries appear.

By Viveka Neveln Updated June 01,

This shrub is about 5 feet tall, prefers full sun and well-drained soil. Overlooked Flowering Shrubs for New England Gardens. Most gardeners plant Forsythia, Potentilla, Lilacs and Rhododendrons. They overlook a wide range of exciting flowering shrubs with fragrant flowers, ornamental fruits and colorful foliage in fall. Learn More.

These standout perennials grow more or less erect, up to 2 ft. (60 cm), and form a clump of thick, fleshy sage green to blue to dark red foliage topped with flower buds resembling broccoli. Gradually, these densely clustered buds reveal tiny, star-like flowers, in shades of white, pink or red, in late summer or early fall.