A new variety is a dwarf flowering shrub with white.
One of the most popular barberries, award-winning 'Atropurpurea Nana' is a charming, deciduous dwarf shrub with eye-catching, reddish to purplish, small, obovate leaves which turn into brilliant red shades in the fall.
Tiny, scented, pale yellow flowers appear in mid-late spring, followed by an abundant crop of bright red berries in the fall. Oct 07, Smoke Bush. Above: The spring and fall leaves of the North American native smoke bush (Cotinus obovatus) are show stealers.
Early in the year the foliage is delicately pink, turning blue-green is summer and red-hot in autumn. USDA Zone: Black tupelo is one of the most attractive trees. The leaves emerge in the dark green shade in summers and display many shades of bright red, yellow, orange, and purple on the same branch in the fall. Fun Fact: The bark of the tree looks like an alligator hide!
All northern types have brilliant fall color. Of the southern varieties, the hybrid 'O'Neal'and 'Jubilee' (V. corymbosum) are two of the best looking.
'Sunshine Blue,' an evergreen, performs well nearly everywhere. About half its leaves turn red in the fall; the rest stay on all winter.
Some types boast purple-black foliage, too!
Full sun to partial shade; regular water; Zones Aug 19, The trifoliate leaves turn yellow, orange, red, and purple in autumn, offering a spectacular display of fall color. Turpentine Bush (Ericameria laricifolia) Turpentine Bush (Ericameria laricifolia). Photo by Stan Shebs, CC BY-SA Zones: Size: feet tall and wide. Mar 12, Its branches and twigs have normally a dark red color, but some plants may lack this coloration in shaded areas.
It can reach up to 13 ft (4 m) in height and 16ft (5 m) wide. Red osier dogwood is a common ornamental shrub mostly due to the red coloring of its twigs that stands out after it loses its leaves in the cold season. 7. Jul 12, Janet / Flickr / CC BY This species of holly (Ilex verticillata) has the brightest red berries of treegrinding.bar you've grown holly, you know it's necessary to have three shrubs total (two males and one female) in order to pollinate for berry production; if a female shrub is not pollinated it.
Apr 20, A variety of rhododendron, azalea shrubs have glossy green leaves and spring flowers in shades of pinks, peach, coral, purple, or white.
Some types re-bloom. You’ll find both evergreen or deciduous (which drop their leaves in winter) varieties, so pay attention to the plant label. They’re spectacular planted en masse or as a low hedge.
Berries are red to orange Leaves (2 in. long) and doesn’t have hollow stems Locations: Most prevalent in the Palos region, where it is the dominant woody invasive shrub. Bush honeysuckles are the 2nd most common woody invasive group of the FPCC. The blooms give way to pink-rose berries, borne in dense clusters, that ripen to blue-black in the fall.
Tasty, the fruits can be eaten fresh from the shrub or used to make jams and preserves. Resembling plum leaves, the handsome foliage of ovate, glossy dark green leaves turns rich bronze to vibrant red in fall.