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Blooming Shrubs

Add instant romanticism to your property with fresh blooming shrubs!  These beautiful flowering shrubs will give your Westchester home a pop of beauty and color.  If you need help with shrub care in New York, Westchester Tree Life is here to help!

Forsythia Westchester Tree Life

The bright yellow Forsythia makes for a beautiful addition to any garden or landscape.
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Shrub Care in New York

Westchester Tree Life’s professional team of arborists are here to assist you in plant health care management to ensure that your blooming shrubs maintain their health and beauty all season long!  Westchester Tree Life’s shrub care experts can answer any questions you may have regarding soil, size, watering, and sun exposure.  Read about plant health care management, and view our full service list here.  To request a consultation, fill out our online form here.

The Mountain Laurel

Mountain Laurel Westchester Tree Life

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Adorn your garden with the Mountain Laurel’s pink, white or red blooms!  This beautiful shrub thrives in sun or shade, with moist or well-drained soil.  While the Mountain Laurel is beautiful, some parts of this plants are poisonous, which is something to keep in mind if you have small children.

Do you need help determining if your soil is the proper pH for planting a particular shrub?  Call Westchester Tree Life at (914) 238-0069 for shrub care in New York and Westchester County.

Bridalwreath Spiraea

Bridalwreath Spiraea Westchester Tree Life

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 If your Westchester home tends to have dry soil, perhaps the Bridalwreath Spiraea is for you!  Clusters of white flowers bloom mid to late spring and the leaves turn a beautiful color during fall time.  Planting a Bridalwreath Spiraea in your yard will add instant whimsy.

Heath

Heath Westchester Tree Life

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Ideal for rock gardens and other areas with well-drained and acidic soil, Heath, also known as Heather, adds a bright pop of color.  This tiny shrub blooms anytime from late winter to early spring; flowers can be pink, white or red.  Heather can grow up to ten inches tall and two feet wide.

To request a free consultation from Westchester County’s Westchester Tree Life, fill out our online form here.