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James Burghardt

(Spring Glory Barberry, Wintergreen Barberry)

An upright to mounded evergreen shrub, wintergreen barberry is the hardiest of the evergreen barberries. 'Spring Glory' has reddish new growth in spring which matures to leathery green leaves. These become tinged bronze-red in the autumn and winter. Its showy yellow flowers develop into small, waxy blue fruits in autumn that turn almost black when fully mature and persist into winter.

This shrub has large, fierce three-parted spines that make it almost impenetrable, especially when used in hedges....

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Jesse Saylor

(Korean Barberry)

Supplying four-season interest to temperate landscapes, the Korean barberry dazzles with pretty flowers, fruits and rich fall foliage. This semi-evergreen shrub is native to the Korean peninsula and Japan. Its bark is reddish brown and the twigs are densely armed with short spines in groups of one to five. These flattened spines look like tiny duck feet. This barberry also suckers from its base, making it rather difficult to manage.

The elliptical leaves are green. In mid-spring, pendulous clusters...

Image of Berberis sargentiana photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Sargent's Barberry)

Lustrous green foliage that looks somewhat like that of a holly is held on the branches of Sargent's barberry. This evergreen shrub is native to western China in open woodlands and bamboo groves. It develops into an upright, rounded plant with gray-brown bark.

The glossy dark green leaves are narrow ovals that are edged with tiny teeth. Leaf undersides are yellow-green. In late spring, yellow-green flowers with reddened edges dangle from the spined twigs, attracting bees for pollination. By late...

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Jesse Saylor

(Barberry)

Red berries and glossy dark green leaves with a leathery texture are found on this barberry. It's native to the forested highlands and slopes in central China.

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Felder Rushing

(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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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Golden Dwarf Barberry, Japanese Barberry)

Golden dwarf barberry is a dense, compact shrub that originates from eastern Asia and Japan. Its small, attractive, golden-green leaves turn orange-yellow in the fall. Bright red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter.

Provide 'Aurea Nana' with full to part sun and average, well-drained soil. Thorny, but still suitable for hedges and barriers, it also makes a nice accent plant. This is a tough shrub that is tolerant of many soil types and...

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James H. Schutte

(Golden Japanese Barberry, Japanese Barberry)

Golden Japanese barberry is a dense shrub that originates from eastern Asia and Japan. Its small, attractive, golden-green leaves turn orange-yellow in the fall. Bright red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist into winter. Provide this barberry with full to part sun and average, well drained soil. Thorny, but still suitable for hedges and barriers, it also makes a nice accent plant. This is a tough shrub that is tolerant of many soil types and sites.

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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...