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Relative Flowering Dates in the Gardens of Colonial Williamsburg

  Shrubs Berries Trees Flowers
January

Camellia

Wintersweet

Witch hazel

Gold-dust tree

Beautyberry

Holly

   
February Camellia

Quince

Witch hazel

 

March Almond

Pussy willow


Buckeye

Catalpa

Cherry

Pear

Redbud

Cornelian cherry

Crocus

Wildflowers

April Native azaleas

Mock orange

Swamp rose

Virginia rose

Scotch broom

Sweet shrub

Mountain laurel

Tree peony

Lilac


Dogwood

Mimosa

Shadbush

Silky camellia

Old-man's-beard

Crab apple

Wildflowers

Violet

Daffodil

Tulip

May Oakleaf hydrangea

Rhododendron


Golden-rain tree

Sourwood

Tulip poplar

Cucumber tree

Peony

Iris

Old roses

Daylily

June Bottlebrush Buckeye

Fire thorn

Devil's-walking stick


Southern magnolia

Catalpa

Annuals

Meadow wildflowers

July Crape myrtle


August

Chaste tree Phlox
September


Aster
October
Scarlet fire thorn

November Witch hazel

Camellia




December
Beautyberry

Dogwood

Washington thorn



from The Gardens of Colonial Williamsburg, written by M. Kent Brinkley and Gordon W. Chappell


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