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Some popular flowering bushes include rosebushes, lilacs, azaleas and butterfly bushes. Roses have been grown since antiquity and are popular for the beauty and fragrance of their blossoms. Their petals and fruit, or hips, can be eaten, and they are also used in perfumery and medicine.


The most popular purple flowering bushes include lilacs, rhododendra and butterfly bushes. Purple flowering shrubs and bushes exist in all shapes, sizes and shades of purple to suit any landscape.


Garden bushes with flowers include the butterfly bush, hydrangea, gardenia and oleander. Hibiscus and magnolia bushes also produce attractive blossoms.


Some good flowering shrubs and bushes include weigela, Rose of Sharon, camellia, Nanking cherry and hydrangea. These plants can complement the color and scents of common annuals and perennials.


Bluebeard shrub, butterfly bush, oleander, potentilla and rock rose are some flowering bushes that require full sun. These low-maintenance perennial bushes also prefer well-drained soil.


The mapleleaf viburnum thrives in deep shade and blooms in spring with white flower clusters. It later produces lovely red berries that birds love and has deeply lobed green foliage that in fall changes from reddish purple to rosy pink. Other shade-loving viburnums include the Judd viburnum, with it


A flowering quince bush is a deciduous multi-stem shrub with pink, red or orange blooms. Flowering quince shrubs prefer full sun and thrive in well-drained loamy soil.


Some hardy flowering perennial bushes are Azalea, Japanese Rose and the Butterfly Bush. These bushes do well in sunny to partial shade areas and are most hardy in zones four to eight. Mock Orange, Lilac and Mountain Laurel are other bushes that do well in moist, well-drained soil.


An electrical bushing is an insulated device that permits electrical power to travel in and out of enclosures like transformers and circuit breakers. Electrical bushings are designed to ensure the electrical strength of the insulated material is strong enough to withstand the electricity passing thr


Timing is everything when pruning a flowering almond bush, according to Garden Guides. Because the bush flowers on one-year-old canes, it is important to time pruning after the spring bloom, preferably in the early summer after the blossoms fade, to enable the bush to bloom the following year.