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Mark A. Miller

(Burgundy Carousel® Barberry, Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry)

Purpleleaf Japanese barberry ‘Bailtwo' -- marketed as Burgundy Carousel® -- is a round to vase-shaped, multi-stemmed shrub with glossy purple leaves. The branches tend to arch as they grow longer. Leaf color is best if grown in full sun. Small, green, insignificant, summer flower give way in the fall to attractive bright red fruit which persists into winter. Selection 'Bailtwo' is on the United States Department of Agriculture’s list of rust resistant barberries.

Japanese barberry is a tough,...

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James H. Schutte

(Concorde Barberry, Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry)

Purpleleaf Japanese barberry ‘Concorde’ is a mounded shrub forming an almost perfect maroon- purple ball. It is a very compact, dwarf selection. Small, green, insignificant, summer flower give way in the fall to attractive bright red fruit which persists into winter. Concorde barberry is on the United States Department of Agriculture’s list of rust resistant barberries.

Japanese barberry is a tough, sun-loving plant that is tolerant of many soil types and sites. It has been known to self-sow...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Crimson Pygmy Barberry, Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry)

This Crimson Pygmy Japanese barberry (also 'Atropurpurea Nana') is a naturally selected dwarf cultivar with bright red-purple leaves in spring maturing to a deep bronze-red. Attractive bright red fruit persists into winter. Barberry has been known to self-sow.

Thorny, but still suitable for low hedges, borders and foundation plantings, 'Crimson Pygmy' can be used in the rock garden or containers. It makes a nice accent plant around other perennials, grasses and shrubs with green foliages. A tough...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Golden Ring Barberry, Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry)

Golden Ring Japanese barberry is a round, multi-stemmed shrub with glossy purple leaves edged in green-yellow, turning blood red in autumn. This small mounding shrub should be sited in full sun for best leaf color. Attractive bright red fruit persists into winter and has been known to self-sow.

Thorny, but still suitable for low hedges and barriers, it also makes a nice accent plant and foundation planting. Truly a tough plant, barberry is tolerant of many types of sites.

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James H. Schutte

(Columnar Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry, Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry)

Purpleleaf Japanese barberry 'Helmond Pillar' is a dense, upright, columnar-shaped shrub that originates from eastern Asia. It has glossy, reddish-purple leaves that turn bright red 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...

(Cabernet Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry, Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry)

Cabernet purpleleaf Japanese barberry is a low-growing shrub that originates from eastern Asia. The cultivar 'Moretti Select' or Cabernet™, has crimson new growth which develops into glossy, deep burgundy leaves. These turn fiery red-orange in fall. This cultivar is listed on the Federal rust-free list. 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...

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James H. Schutte

(Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry, Red Chief Barberry)

Purpleleaf Japanese barberry ‘Red Chief’ is a rounded to vase-shaped, multi-stemmed shrub with shiny deep leaves turning red to orange in fall. Plum colored fruit persists into winter though this plant does not reliably flower or fruit, it has been known to self-sow.

Japanese barberry 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. Thorny, but still suitable for low hedges and edgings, ‘Red Chief’ can...

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James H. Schutte

(Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry, Rose Glow Barberry)

One of the prettier barberries for the landscape, ‘Rose Glow’ has a neat bushy habit and beautifully colored foliage all growing season. This thorny deciduous shrub originates from Japan. In spring, its fine, dense stems become covered with small round leaves that are rose-pink and burgundy flecked with white. Later in the season its foliage matures to a soft purple-pink and in fall turns orange-red and burgundy hues before dropping. Early in the season insignificant yellow flowers appear and later...

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James H. Schutte

(Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry, Royal Burgundy Barberry)

Purpleleaf Japanese barberry ‘Royal Burgundy’ is a compact rounded shrub with upright stems. It has glossy burgundy leaves and attractive bright red fruit that persist into winter. Small, green, insignificant summer flowers give way in the fall to attractive bright red fruit which persists into winter. Barberry ‘Royal Burgundy’ is on the United States Department of Agriculture’s list of rust resistant barberries.

Japanese barberry is a tough, sun-loving plant that is tolerant of many soil types...

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James Burghardt

(Purpleleaf Japanese Barberry, Royal Cloak Barberry)

Purpleleaf Japanese barberry is a dense, upright to arching shrub that originates from eastern Asia. It has glossy, red-purple leaves that emerge red turn shades of red, purple and orange in fall. In spring, small but showy yellow flowers cover 'Royal Cloak'. Bright red berries, which are attractive to birds, appear in late summer to fall and persist long after the leaves are shed in the fall.

This is a tough, fast-growing and sun-loving plant that is tolerant of many soil types and urban sites....