Identifying Flowering Bushes?

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Factors to help identify different flower bushes are length of blooming period, size, foliage color and the blossoms themselves. You can always take a picture of the plant into a local nursery if you are still not able to identify it.
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1. Measure the dimensions of the flower bush. Shrubs like the flowering quince grow 6 feet to 10 feet tall and wide, while others like the American plum attain heights of up to 25
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Several flower species have identical matches. The best way to determine what type of flower you are looking at is to observe the leaves.
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