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(Berry Nice® Winterberry, Winterberry)

There is no better shrub for the winter landscape than winterberry. Berry Nice® is a new, prolifically fruiting selection of this medium-sized deciduous holly from eastern North America. A relatively early-blooming cultivar, it bears numerous small white female flowers on new growth in late spring, about two weeks after the toothed, oval, dark green leaves emerge. If an early-flowering male winterberry (such as 'Jim Dandy') is nearby, masses of round pea-sized fruits follow the flowers, ripening...

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James Burghardt

(Sunsplash Winterberry, Winterberry)

Rarely is a winterberry holly considered beautifully ornate outside of fall and winter. The Sunsplash winterberry not only produces orange-red fruits, but cloaks its branches in spring and summer with green and yellow foliage. Winterberry is native to the eastern United States and extreme southeastern Canada, and cultivar 'Sunsplash' was selected by John Dancher in southern New England. This cultivar grows slowly with an oval to dome-like canopy becoming a small to medium shrub. In a marshy environment,...

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James Burghardt

(Tiasquam Winterberry, Winterberry)

Very plump, bright scarlet berries grace the branches of the Tiasquam winterberry as early as late summer and lasting into midwinter. Winterberry is native to the eastern United States and extreme southeastern Canada, and cultivar 'Tiasquam' originated at the Polly Hill Arboretum on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. This cultivar grows slowly with a fat, rounded silhouette becoming a medium shrub. In a marshy environment, a dense thicket may develop over time.

This shrub bears numerous small...

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Jessie Keith

(Winter Gold Winterberry, Winterberry)

A holly of a different color, 'Winter Gold' lights up the winter landscape with masses of sunny berries. It is one of many outstanding selections of winterberry, a large densely branched deciduous holly from eastern North America.

A relatively late-blooming cultivar, 'Winter Gold' bears numerous small white female flowers on new growth in late spring, a few weeks after the toothed, oval, dark green leaves emerge. If a late-flowering male winterberry (such as 'Southern Gentleman') is nearby,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Winter Red Winterberry, Winterberry)

Prized for its showy fruit, 'Winter Red' lights up the winter landscape with masses of bright berries. It is one of many outstanding selections of winterberry, a large densely branched deciduous holly from eastern North America.

A relatively late-blooming cultivar, 'Winter Red' bears numerous small white female flowers on new growth in late spring, a few weeks after the toothed, oval, dark green leaves emerge. If a late-flowering male winterberry (such as 'Southern Gentleman') is nearby, masses...

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Jesse Saylor

(Chrysocarpa Winterberry, Yellow-berried Winterberry)

A holly of a different color, this dense, medium-sized, deciduous shrub from eastern North America lights up the winter landscape with masses of sunny berries. A relatively early-blooming form of winterberry, it bears numerous small white female flowers on new growth in late spring, about two weeks after the toothed, oval, medium to dark green leaves emerge. If an early-flowering male winterberry (such as 'Jim Dandy') is nearby, masses of round pea-sized fruits follow the flowers. The berries persist...

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James Burghardt

(Semmes White Anisetree, White Florida Anise, White Florida Anisetree)

Florida anise is best known for its unusual summer flowers and fragrant, evergreen leaves. The tall cultivar, 'Semmes', is a white-flowered selection with larger than average leaves. This shrub or small tree is native to moist, wooded areas across the southeastern United States, from Florida to Louisiana. Mature specimens have upright branches and develop an open habit.

Its large, leathery leaves are elliptical to lance-shaped and have a delightful anise fragrance when crushed. The nodding flowers...

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James H. Schutte

(Chinese Indigo)

With its wisteria-like clusters of white flowers heavily infused with pink, Chinese indigo is eye-catching in the landscape. It has pinnately compound dark green leaves that resemble fern fronds. Suitable for rock gardens, this low suckering shrub can be pinched back while dormant to keep a compact appearance.

Very drought and heat tolerant, Chinese indigo is useful as a groundcover on sunny slopes or pillowing among large rocks.

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Russell Stafford

(Chinese Indigo)

With its wisteria-like clusters of white flowers heavily infused with pink, Chinese indigo is eye-catching in the landscape. It has pinnately compound dark green leaves that resemble fern fronds. Suitable for rock gardens, this low suckering shrub can be pinched back while dormant to keep a compact appearance.

Very drought and heat tolerant, Chinese indigo is useful as a groundcover on sunny slopes or pillowing among large rocks.

(Himalayan Indigo)

Feathery bluish gray-green foliage and rosy pink flowers from midsummer to late fall are highlights of the Himalayan indigo. A rounded shrub in habit, it looks rather loose and airy but still structured. It's native to forested slopes across Afghanistan to southwestern China and in pockets across India, Sri Lanka and eastern Africa. Himalayan indigo acts like an herbaceous perennial in areas with cold winters, taking a long time to rejuvenate new growth in late spring. The leaves are finely textured...