Tall-bush-with-white-flowers, korean spice viburnum (viburnum carlesii) is an example of a shrub that boasts early-spring flowers (april) as well as fall color. the buds are pink but then open to become clusters of white flowers. the bush is named for its fragrance, which contains a combination of sweetness and sharpness.. Fringe tree is a shrub or small tree native to the eastern u.s. it typically grows to a height of 12 to 20 feet and produces 4- to 6-inch-long clusters of creamy white flowers with fringe-like petals in may and june. the flowers give way to bluish-black fruits in mid-summer, which attract birds. the spear-shaped leaves turn yellow in fall., size: 10′ to 30′ tall and wide in the south, people tend to think of magnolias as the very large shrubs (or trees) with leathery, evergreen leaves and huge white flowers that bloom in the summer..
The ‘white ball' butterfly bush cultivar, up to 5 feet high and wide, blooms reliably between july and september, and sometimes until frost with removal of its spent blooms. the fragrant, 4- to 10-inch spikes of white flowers are irresistible to butterflies, according to the missouri botanical garden., hollyhocks (alcea rosea) are evergreen biennials reaching 6 feet tall. the bright green leaves are 6 inches long and equally as wide. this flower blooms during its second growing season with pink, red, yellow and white cup-shaped blossom clusters. plant hollyhocks during the fall to have flowers the following spring..
This bush grows to a height and width of 6-8 feet. it bears variegated leaves, which are greenish gray with a white edge, and has small white flowers which together form a flat cluster. the flowers then transform into berries which are white with hints of blue and green. during fall, it will get a rose or gold foliage.