Proven Winner. Loads of large red berry clusters cover this plant in late summer. A very attractive shrub and easy to grow with a compact and rounded form. White flowers appear in May and the berries will persist well into fall.
Fuzzy, chartreuse to lime green, nearly evergreen foliage erupts in September with white fountains of pure white flowers continuing until frost. A very easy-care plant tolerant of dry shade and a wide variety of conditions.
To start out, the leaves emerge brilliant white. Then over the course of weeks these gradually transform to an attractive green and cream color. Attract lots of attention as it brings brightness to your shade garden. Lavender flowers.
The rich burgundy foliage is persistent from spring until fall on this miniature Ninebark. Clusters of white blooms appear in the spring. The small stature lends itself to easy placement in any garden. Mildew resistant.
The summer foliage is a glossy apple green. The fruit that follows is different than most Viburnums. Bright yellow fruit appear in clusters and then after the first frost they become a translucent golden yellow.