The Arthur Simmonds is an attractive small shrub and is exciting to many gardeners. In large gardens, many of these can be planted in groups of three to five or more, but where space is more limited, any of the following will make an attractive and satisfying feature as a single plant, either alone or used as a centerpiece in a mixed border. Most are sun-loving and are some of best small shrubs. With its flowering abilities, this small shrub will attract beautiful butterflies to your garden, which any gardener would never want to ignore. The nectar of their flowers is attractive to butterflies, as well as a to a host of other beneficial insects, including hoverflies and bees. All these industrious creatures help make the garden a more interestingly and lively place.