Shrubs for Continental climates

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You live in a region with a contrasting climate? Find here our selection of bushes adapted to the continental climate. Growing in areas far from the coasts, marked by very distinct seasons with a hot summer and a cold winter (and sometimes a temperature range of 25 or 30°C (77 or 86°F) between the two), these bushes are therefore able to withstand fairly high summer temperatures (sometimes with moderate droughts), but also show good resistance to winter harshness!
Among them, we can mention the Canadian Amelanchier, the common holly, or the delicious Lonicera kamtschatica with blue berries.