Syringa and Hydrangea make great hedges too!

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Sensation, above.
Burgundy Queen, below.  
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Syringa v Sensation is an upright, deciduous shrub noted for its unusual bicolor flowers. With purple petals edged in bright white and its floral aroma, it’s quite an attention grabber! Syringa v Burgundy Queen has a vibrant burgundy-purple flower that stands out in the landscape.
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Myrica pensylvanica has glossy green foliage, silver-gray berries and makes a great hedge plant. Hamamelis vernalis has yellow to red flowers in spring before the leaves show. Rounded in habit, this shrub works well to create an informal barrier hedge.
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Hydrangea pan ‘Tardiva’ has a showy white flower that slowly turns to purplish-pink in fall. Hydrangea pan ‘Fire and Ice’ has flower clusters that open creamy white in early summer and gradually change to a deep red in fall.
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Hydrangea Arb Annabelle is a great plant that has strong upright stems topped with showy white flowers. Hydrangea arb Lime Rickey has cool, lime-green flowers that appear each summer. It makes a great cut flower, fresh or dried, and attracts pollinators.