If you’re looking to bring life to your garden during the month of October, there are several flowering shrubs that bloom beautifully in this season.
This shrub is known for its majestic late charm. It is frost-resistant and can survive down to -10°C. The Clerodendrum bungei is adaptable and undemanding when it comes to the type of soil it is planted in, making it an easy choice for any garden. Furthermore, it can reach up to 2 meters in height.
Originating from China, the Heptacodium miconioides is a large and impressive flowering shrub. It showcases a bright green leaf color which shifts to crimson as the fall season progresses. An added bonus is that it can also be cultivated as a tree. It thrives in all types of soil and prefers sunny to semi-shaded spots.
This shrub decorates your garden with exquisite white and purple flowers that look like lanterns. It grows best in sunny or semi-shaded locations and well-drained soil is recommended for optimal growth.
The Hydrangea is a bushy, flowering shrub that can grow up to 2 meters tall. It thrives best in rich soil mixed with mature compost and prefers partial shade. This plant ensures that your garden stays in bloom even as fall approaches.
Mauve du Cap
The Mauve du Cap is a flowering shrub characterized by its hairy stems and leaves. It can withstand cold temperatures up to -5°C and is a fast-growing plant, reaching up to 2 meters in height. For this shrub, a sheltered sunny spot and well-drained soil are recommended for optimal growth.