The aptly named yesterday, today and tomorrow shrub (Brunfelsia spp.) produces a fascinating display of flowers from spring until the end of summer. The flowers start out purple and gradually fade to lavender and then white. The shrub also has delightfully fragrant flowers of all three colors throughout its blooming season.
Yesterday, today and tomorrow shrubs will grow in any light exposure from sun to shade, but they do best when they receive morning sun and afternoon shade or dappled sunlight all day. They aren’t picky about soil type, but the planting location should be well-draining. Water the shrub during dry spells to keep the soil from completely drying out and fertilize once a year in spring.