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Noted for its spectacular fall foliage and very ornamental berries, Euonymus europaeus 'Red Cascade' (Spindle) is a large, vigorous, deciduous shrub that is invaluable in the fall and winter garden.
Its foliage of scalloped, oval, dark green leaves turns to a deep, lustrous red.
Many people confuse this shrub with chokecherries since the fruits look similar and they both have a very strong astringent taste.
Viburnum opulus, European cranberry bush, Zones Bright red fruits ripen in the fall and persist through the winter. 'Compactum' is smaller shrub than the species and has brilliant fruit; 'Xanthocarpum' is a yellow-fruited form. Viburnum sargentii, Sargent viburnum, Zones Quite a large shrub (can reach 15' x 15' proportions), it nevertheless produces clusters of persistent red berries late summer into fall as well as good fall.
Aug 01, American bittersweet is a perennial vine that wraps itself around trees and any surrounding shrubs. It can grow as long as 15 to 20 feet long. In the fall, the orange to red fruit capsules pop open exposing the red berries inside.
If you want a truly eye-catching red shade, you can also consider its close cousin, the Tor spirea, which boasts dark green leaves in summer that turn a vibrant purple-red in fall.
They’re very Reviews: 5. Red to black Each mulberry is oval and made up of many tiny berries Very tall tree growing up to 60 feet; serrated leaves are usually oval with three lobes; flowers are small, fuzzy, white clusters Found throughout the United States Mulberries look similar to raspberries or blackberries but are more oval and not round.
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