Serviceberry with white, star-shaped flowers, larger than other serviceberries. Delicate spring flowering, followed by black, edible fruits that attract birds. Fall colouration is stunning, in tones of orange and fiery red. Great selection for urban conditions.
Nelson possède un feuillage vert toute la saison et prend une magnifique teinte jaune orangé en automne. Au printemps, il se couvre de grappes de fleurs blanches parfumées, avant l'apparition des feuilles. Puis des fruits bleus comestibles sont produits en juin, on les mange frais ou on les cuisine en confiture ou en jelées. Ce cultivar est auto-fertile.
Improved version of A. grandiflora. Pink flower buds, opening to star-shaped white blooms in spring. Purple red fruits, edible, that attract birds. Shows splendid fall colouration. Offers a certain amount of tolerance to de-icing salt. Seldom trimmed.
Shrub with a globular, irregular habit. Dark green leaves, lustrous on top, turning red to purple in fall. Pinkish white flowers followed by black fruits in September; fruits will stay until November. Can tolerate drought. Very good choice to create masses and for naturalization.
It's a dense column of glossy green foliage that's perfect for low hedges or screening. Spring finds the plant covered in hundreds of white flowers, and come fall, the foliage lights up in bright reds and oranges. Grows well just about anywhere: in full sun or part shade, wet or dry soils. Non-suckering; Can be pruned into a formal hedge or left to grow naturally. This variety bears little to no fruit. Salt Tolerant.
This shrub is multiseasonal due to flowers, high-quality summer foliage, clusters of purplish-black pome fruits and beautiful fall foliage. Fruits are edible, rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants. They are bitter and astringent when raw. Try sweetening with sugar and use as a jelly or jam for they are rich in pectin.Used in mass plantings or borders, for naturalistic plantings, also for bank stabilization and erosion control.
Nice shrub with lustrous leaves, reddish in spring turning dark green in summer and finally becoming fiery red in fall. Abundance of corymbs of white flowers followed by black fruits in September; fruits attract birds and are also used for preserve and to make jams. Needs a lightly acid and sandy soil.
Another vigorous and healthy barberry. Its great golden foliage all summer surely highlights any garden. In full sun exposure, foliage is golden, while in partly sunny areas, it will tend towards lime-green. Excellent selection to create low, thick hedges. In fall, it turns a beautiful red.