Very adaptable small shrub that can be used for low hedges, border or alone. It has very showy dark purple leaves and thorny branches. Red berries and leaves in fall. Used in rock gardens or in association in borders.
A fast growing, deciduous, multi-stemmed, rounded shrub, ideal for hedging. Stems have sharp thorns. Leaves emerge yellowish in spring, mature to dark green in summer and turn red in fall. Tiny, yellowish flowers appear early May, followed by glossy, bright red berries in fall. These will often last into the winter well after leaf drop.
Strikingly beautiful foliage reminds one of rich dark purple velvet. Larger than most purple barberry varieties, it features graceful long, arching branches. The pale-yellow flowers are abundant on the plant. The berries ripen to a bright red color.
Small shrub with a round and compact shape. Red new shoots are followed by golden yellow to chartreuse yellow leaves, turning orange in fall. Small greenish yellow flowers in spring followed by red berries.
Early in spring, foliage is soft green with golden hues, turning to a nice true gold colour later in season. Shape is slightly open, rather compact with thorny branches. Excellent selection to build low hedges, clumps or simply used isolated.
Great selection with deep red leaves, a bit wider than others. Rounded, open habit. Such a nice plant to create low hedges or build clumps. Always a great choice to make a barrier with its thorny stems. Showy fall colouration and bright red fruits make it popular choice.
This dwarf, shrub-form birch offers season-long interest with tiny yellow leaves that emerge in sunset hues of orange and red. Adaptable to pruning, it can be shaped, sheared, hedged, used as a miniature patio tree, or left to its own appealing natural habit. Exceptionally hardy.