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(Coralberry)

A variegated selection of a tough hardy eastern North American shrub, 'Spun Sugar' features small white-edged leaves from spring to fall and masses of bright fruit from fall into winter. Borne in the thousands on dense twiggy stems, the pea-sized purple-red berries take center stage once the small, gray, cream-rimmed leaves drop. The berries persist well into winter, attracting hungry songbirds. Insignificant pink-flushed flowers precede the fruits in summer. This cultivar eventually forms a rounded...

(Coralberry)

Grown for their ornamental fruits, the Doorenbos Hybrids were developed in the early twentieth century by famed Dutch horticulturist S.G.A. Doorenbos. Hybrids of several North American Symphoricarpos species, they form compact, dense, twiggy bushes with upright or arching stems. Insignificant pinkish flowers in summer give rise to plump round berries that ripen to white, pink, or lilac in late summer and early fall. The small dark green oval leaves turn dull yellow in fall before dropping,...

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Russell Stafford

(Amethyst™ Coralberry, Coralberry)

Grown for its showy fruit, Amethyst™ is a hybrid shrub that traces its ancestry to several North American Symphoricarpos species. It forms a compact, dense, twiggy bush. Insignificant pinkish flowers in summer give rise to plump round berries that ripen to bright lilac-pink in late summer and early fall. The small dark green oval leaves turn dull yellow in fall before dropping, fully exposing the abundant, colorful fruits. Largely ignored by birds unless other foods are unavailable, the...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Coralberry, Magic Berry Coralberry)

Grown for its showy fruit, 'Magic Berry' is a hybrid shrub developed in the early twentieth century by famed Dutch horticulturist S.G.A. Doorenbos. It forms a compact, dense, twiggy bush with arching branches. Insignificant pinkish flowers in summer give rise to plump round berries that ripen to bright rose-pink in late summer and early fall. The small dark green oval leaves turn dull yellow in fall before dropping, fully exposing the abundant, colorful fruits. Largely ignored by birds unless other...

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Russell Stafford

(Baibelle Liliac, Lilac)

Denser, smaller, daintier, and more pest and disease resistant than common lilac, Tinkerbelle™ is one of a new generation of lilac hybrids that is a good fit for the average yard. It results from a cross made in Holland between two outstanding "small-leaved" lilacs, Syringa meyeri ‘Palibin' and Syringa pubescens ssp. microphylla ‘Superba’. The conical clusters of spicily scented pale pink blooms open from beautifully contrasting purple-red buds in mid-spring, and sometimes...

(Lilac, Minuet Lilac)

This exceptionally cold-hardy lilac is also noteworthy for its dense compact habit and for its profuse and relatively late bloom. Its conical clusters of fragrant pale lavender flowers open from purple buds in late spring, a week or more later than those of common lilac. This complex hybrid resulted from a cross between 'Redwine' and the Preston hybrid 'Donald Wyman'. Unlike the Preston hybrids, which grow to small-tree size, 'Minuet' develops slowly into an upright rounded head-high shrub that does...

(Lilac, My Favorite Lilac)

The name Hulda Klager will forever be connected with the breeding of lilacs in the Northwest United States. Bearing deep purple, very double flowers, this cultivar of common lilac was her personal favorite of all her hybrids, and is named accordingly. Opening from grape-like buds, the intensely fragrant blooms cluster at the tips of stout upright branches. This is a robust lilac with a rounded, open form. Densely clad in dark-green, heart-shaped foliage, it makes a fine informal hedge or background...

(Lilac, Pearl Martin Lilac)

This deciduous flowering shrub is among the most traditional and fragrant species for American gardens. Lilac shrubs share a complex ancestry that goes back to the native species of southern Europe, which was developed early on in France. These varieties came to the colonies where further breeding produced our contemporary varieties. This is a large shrub with heart shaped dark green leaves held on open, upright branches. This makes a naturally informal screen hedge or background plant for a flower...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Lilac)

Rarely grown in gardens except in one of its variegated or yellow-leaved forms, this Himalayan native is a tall shrub with stout upright stems. In late spring it bears branching, somewhat ragged-looking clusters of white or pale lilac flowers. They have a musky fragrance that is sometimes considered objectionable. Handsome large leaves with silvery undersides are among the last to emerge in spring and to drop in fall. Cultivars include 'Elegantissima', with yellow-margined leaves, and gold-leaved...

(Lilac, Variegated Liliac)

Rarely grown in gardens except in one of its variegated or yellow-leaved forms, the Himalayan native Syringa emodi is a tall shrub with stout upright stems. The cultivar 'Variegata' has cream-eged leaves. In late spring it bears branching, somewhat ragged-looking clusters of white flowers. They have a strong fragrance that is sometimes considered objectionable. The handsome large leaves with silvery undersides are among the last to emerge in spring and to drop in fall.

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