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(Barberry)

A vigorous, compact yet mounding shrub, this hybrid barberry boasts lustrous foliage and bluish-black fruits by fall. Frikart's barberry is evergreen. It's the result of crossing Chinese barberry Berberis candidula with warty barberry B. verruculosa. The spiny branches are tan to salmon-brown.

The glossy green leaves are oval and spine-tipped, often with edges that roll under. Leaf undersides are whitish. In late spring, small yellow flowers appear. After insect pollination,...

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James Burghardt

(Amstelveen Barberry, Barberry)

A vigorous, compact yet mounding shrub, Amstelveen barberry boasts lustrous foliage and bluish-black fruits by fall. This hybrid barberry is evergreen. It's the result of crossing Chinese barberry Berberis candidula with warty barberry B. verruculosa. The spiny branches are tan to salmon-brown.

The glossy green leaves are oval and spine-tipped, often with edges that roll under. Leaf undersides are whitish. In late spring, small yellow flowers appear. After insect pollination,...

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James Burghardt

(Barberry, Telstar Barberry)

A compact yet mounding shrub with a pronounced flat top, Telstar barberry boasts lustrous foliage and bluish-black fruits by fall. This hybrid barberry is evergreen. It's the result of crossing Chinese barberry Berberis candidula with warty barberry B. verruculosa. The spiny branches are tan to salmon-brown.

The glossy green leaves are oval and spine-tipped, often with edges that roll under. Leaf undersides are whitish. In late spring, small yellow flowers appear. After insect...

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TL

(Gladwyn Barberry)

If you like tough and thorny plants then this shrub is for you. Gladwyn's barberry is a beautiful thorny evergreen that is a hybrid cross between Berberis verruculosa and Berberis gagnepainii. It is grown for its glossy, spiny, evergreen leaves that turn burgundy-bronze shades in winter. This medium sized shrub is also graced with showy yellow flowers in mid to late spring. The flowers are followed by small blue-black fruits that offer little visual appeal but are attractive to...

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James H. Schutte

(Gladwyn Barberry, William Penn Barberry)

This popular cultivar has a mounded to spreading habit and deep green foliage that turns bronze hues in winter.

Gladwyn's barberry is a beautiful, but thorny, evergreen that is a hybrid cross between Berberis verruculosa and Berberis gagnepainii. It is grown for its glossy, spiny, evergreen leaves that turn bronze in winter. This medium sized shrub is also graced with showy yellow flowers in mid to late spring. The flowers are followed by small blue-black fruits that offer...

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Jesse Saylor

(Mentor Hybrid Barberry)

The Mentor barberry is an exceptionally resilient shrub for hedging and deterring trespassers. It originated in Mentor, Ohio, as a hybridization between wintergreen barberry (Berberis julianae) and Japanese barberry (B. thunbergii). Slender yellowish yet stiff branch shoots grow from this generally rounded but upright shrub that's semi-evergreen. The colder the winter, the progressively more deciduous it becomes.

The new foliage in springtime is chartreuse-green, and then matures...

(Hybrid Barberry)

At first glance, the hybrid Ottawa barberry looks like a Japanese barberry on steroids. Ottawa barberry shows intermediate characteristics of both of its parents: European barberry (Berberis vulgaris) and Japanese barberry (B. thunbergii)). It develops into a taller, rounded deciduous shrub.

Rounded oval leaves, sometimes with tiny teeth on the edges, are found on the Ottawa barberry. The leaves are medium green, turning haphazardly yellow to orange-red each autumn. In spring,...

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Barberry, Silver Miles Barberry)

The Silver Miles hybrid barberry looks like a purple-leaved Japanese barberry on steroids. It shows intermediate characteristics of both of its parents: European barberry (Berberis vulgaris) and Japanese barberry (B. thunbergii)). Selection 'Silver Miles' has deep red-purple foliage with splotches or blushing hints of silver-gray. This barberry develops into a tall, rounded to spreading mounded deciduous shrub.

Rounded oval leaves, sometimes with tiny teeth on the edges, are found...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bougainvillea)

The genus Bougainvillea comprises about 18 species. They are woody, scrambling, thorny vines, shrubs and small trees native to South America. The genus is named for Louis Antoine de Bougainville, a French explorer who sailed around the world in 1767 and discovered the plant in the area of Brazil. There are several commercially important species and hundreds of cultivated varieties.

Generally, these plants are evergreen but some may be semi-evergreen for a short time during winter....

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Bougainvillea, Elizabeth Angus Bougainvillea, Paperflower)

This fabulous tropical vine has brilliant magenta purple flowers that can’t be beat. Moreover, its shiny foliage and moderate size make ‘Elizabeth Angus’ a perfect hybrid Bougainvillea for smaller gardens. This hybrid holds its vivid color far longer than larger forms but the blooms may require manual removal once they have faded.

Bougainvillea is grown for its garishly bright blooms. The true flowers are small, tubular and inconspicuous but are surrounded by large, bright,...