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James H. Schutte

(Bonanza Gold® Japanese Barberry, Japanese Barberry)

Low and mounded, Bonanza Gold® Japanese barberry is a super dwarf selection with particularly bright golden leaves. This dense shrub originates from eastern Asia and Japan. In fall, its foliage turns vivid orange-red and red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter.

For best growth and appearance, grow 'Bogozam' in any average, well-drained garden soil. Thorny, but still suitable for low hedges and barriers, it also makes a nice accent plant...

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Nancy Engel

(Japanese Barberry, Royal Burgundy® Japanese Barberry)

Royal Burgundy® Japanese barberry is a mounded, dwarf shrub with particularly attractive dark burgundy leaves. This dense, multi-stemmed plant originates from eastern Asia and Japan. In fall, its foliage turns burgundy-red. Red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter.

Grow 'Gentry' in full to partial sun and average, well-drained soil. Thorny, but still suitable for low hedges and barriers, it also makes a nice accent plant for containers....

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Jesse Saylor

(Japanese Barberry)

Japanese barberry is a dense, upright multi-stemmed shrub that is native to eastern Asia and Japan. Its glossy bright green leaves turn orange, scarlet and/or red-purple in the fall. Bright red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter. There are many cultivars of Japanese barberry such as the golden-leaved 'Aurea' and dwarf purple-leaved 'Bagatelle'. This shrub has been known to self-sow. Thorny, but still suitable for hedges and barriers, it also...

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Mary S. Thomas

(Japanese Barberry, Kobold Japanese Barberry)

Kobold Japanese barberry is a super dwarf, uniform, mounded shrub with particularly attractive dark green leaves. Originating from eastern Asia and Japan, its small leaves turn yellow and red in fall. Red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter.

Provide this barberry with full to partial sun and average, well-drained soil. Thorny, but still suitable for low hedges and barriers, it also makes a nice accent plant for containers. This is a beautiful...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Barberry, Lime Glow Barberry)

Japanese barberry is a dense, upright multi-stemmed shrub that is native to eastern Asia and Japan. A yellow-green version of 'Rose Glow', selection 'Lime Glow' produces glossy, bright-green, mottled leaves which turn orange, scarlet and/or red-purple in the fall. This yellowish cultivar has enough green leaf pigment to resist scorching in full sun. Bright red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter.

Lime Glow barberry can self-sow, making...

(Japanese Barberry)

Japanese barberry is a dense, upright multi-stemmed shrub that is native to eastern Asia and Japan. Sunjoy Gold Pillar™ barberry, known as cultivar 'Maria', has red new growth which develops into scorch-resistant, glossy bright yellow to yellow-green leaves. These turn orange-red in the fall. Bright red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter. It has a distinctive upright habit and has been known to self-sow.

Thorny, but still suitable for...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Barberry, Sunsation® Barberry)

Sunsation® Japanese barberry is a dense, compact, vase-shaped shrub with glossy, sunny-gold leaves that turn scarlet and red-purple in fall. Red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter.

Grow 'Monry' in full to partial sun and average, well-drained soil. Thorny, but still suitable for hedges and barriers, it also makes a nice accent plant for mixed borders. Sunsation® barberry is a beautiful and tough shrub that is tolerant of many soil types...

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Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Barberry, Sparkle Barberry)

Japanese barberry is a dense, upright multi-stemmed shrub that is native to eastern Asia and Japan. Its glossy bright green leaves turn orange, scarlet and/or red-purple in the fall. Bright red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter. There are many cultivars of Japanese barberry such as the golden-leaved 'Aurea' and dwarf purple-leaved 'Bagatelle'. This shrub has been known to self-sow. Thorny, but still suitable for hedges and barriers, it also...

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James H. Schutte

(Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry)

Purpleleaf Japanese barberry is a dense, vase-shaped shrub that originates from eastern Asia. It has glossy, purple-green leaves that turn shades of red, purple and orange in fall. Bright red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter.

This is a tough, sun-loving plant that is tolerant of many soil types and sites. It has been known to self-sow and can become somewhat invasive. Though thorny, it is suitable for hedges and barriers and makes a...

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James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Purple Japanese Barberry, Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry)

Dwarf purple Japanese barberry is a compact deciduous shrub with four-seasons of interest. It’s most admired for its dense stems of red-purple foliage. These are covered with less desirable fine, thin thorns. In spring it bears tiny clusters of yellow flowers, which are followed by glossy red berries. The berries feed birds in fall and winter and thorns discourage deer from browsing.

Grow Japanese barberry in full sun to partial shade and any well-drained soil. If grown in full sun it will have...