Noted for its attractive glossy red berries and excellent red fall foliage color, Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima' (Red Chokeberry) is a deciduous shrub adding multi-season beauty to the garden. In spring, a profusion of white to light pink flower clusters appear along the branches. Dwarf Burning Bush is a deciduous shrub. This shrub does not flower. It does, however, produce orange-red fruit. Burning bushes are best known for their bright red leaves they produce in the fall.
The fiery red leaves of this plant last for several months in the fall. The fall color of the Dwarf Burning Bush complements evergreen shrubs very well. The fall flower color is an especially deep pink. Hardy in zones 3 to 8. It is possible that Brandywine Viburnum nudum is the perfect plant. It has glossy foliage which turns dark maroon-red in fall. It blooms with white flowers in spring which become clusters of vivid pink and blue berries in fall.
Smoke bush is hardy through most of the country, in zones 4 to Smoke bush is deer resistant and thrives in full sun. Plant smoke bush in a site where it can spread to a mature size of 4 to 6 feet tall and wide. Look for Proven Winners 'Winecraft Black' with rich purple leaves that turn near-black then red and orange in fall.
Aug 19, Leaves are dark green on top and gray-green underneath, turning bright red to reddish-purple in fall. This shrub thrives in a variety of soil types, from acid to alkaline. It needs fairly moist soil until it is established, and then will tolerate drier conditions.
Red chokeberry needs at least 6 hours of direct sun daily. Peking cotoneaster (Cotoneaster acutifolius) grows sprawling branches covered with dark-green leaves that turn red in the fall. This 8- to foot-tall bush produces tiny white and pink flowers. Shop Fall bushes at Michaels. Get it today with curbside pickup or same day delivery! yellow & red zinnia bush by ashland Quickview.
fall maple leaf bush by ashland Quickview. Free Store Pickup. pumpkin, cotton, & maple leaf bush by ashland. Witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) is the perfect autumn shrub, turning golden-yellow in fall and even bearing yellow spider-y flowers in late winter. A native plant hardy to zone 3, it can grow to be 12 to 15 feet tall and wide so give it plenty of room.
It’s leaves turn bright orange in fall. symbiotic relationships with trees and other plants, biological control of other fungi, and as the causal agents of diseases in plants and animals. Mushrooms are sources of food for wildlife (Figs.
2, 3), and fungi that cause decay in living trees are beneﬁ cial to many species of birds and mammals (Figs. 4, 5).