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James Burghardt

(Laland's Scarlet Firethorn, Scarlet Firethorn)

The profuse, colorful fall fruits of Laland's scarlet firethorn are a beautiful sight. This tall, upright shrub from southern Europe and western Asia has thorny stems and small, glossy, dark green leaves that are evergreen and turn green-brown in fall and winter. In spring, plants bear clusters of white, musty-smelling flowers that develop into clusters of vibrant orange-red fruits that resemble miniature apples. These will persist into winter and are eaten by birds.

Scarlet firethorn needs full...

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James H. Schutte

(Lowboy Firethorn, Scarlet Firethorn)

The vigorous firethorn ‘Lowboy’ is distinguished by its broad low, spreading habit and profuse colorful fall fruits. Though low-growing, this is not a compact shrub. Its arching and spreading branches cover a lot of ground. This evergreen to semi-evergreen originates from southeastern Europe, Turkey and the Caucasus region.

The thorny stems of firethorn are densely covered with small, glossy, dark green leaves and turn shades of dark green and brown in fall and winter. In spring, it bears clusters...

(Rutgers Firethon, Scarlet Firethorn)

The abundant, colorful fruits of ‘Rutgers’ scarlet firethorn bring a lush, vibrant show to the autumn garden. This sprawling shrub with thorny, arching branches is descended from a species native to southern Europe and western Asia. It has small, glossy-green leaves that are evergreen and turn green-brown in fall and winter. In spring, this plant blooms with numerous clusters of white, musty-smelling flowers. They develop into clusters of large, bright- orange fruits that resemble tiny apples. The...

(Chinese Firethorn)

A native of western China, Chinese firethorn is an upright, evergreen shrub planted for heavy crops of brilliant orange-red berries that appear in fall. Its dense, dark green, glossy foliage develops red-brown hues in fall and winter. In spring, plants bear clusters of white flowers that develop into orange-red fruits that resemble miniature apples.

Chinese firethorn prefers full sun and is adaptable to a wide range of well drained soils. It is versatile, and can be planted as informal hedging,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Cherri Berri Chinese Firethorn, Chinese Firethorn)

The name ‘Cherri Berri’ should say it all. This upright, evergreen shrub produces heavy crops of clustered cherry red fruits in fall. Its dense, dark green, glossy foliage develops red-brown hues in fall and winter. In spring, plants bear clusters of white flowers that develop into vibrant red fruits that resemble miniature apples. These will persist into winter and are eaten by birds.

Chinese firethorn prefers full sun and is adaptable to a wide range of well drained soils. It is versatile,...

(Chinese Firethorn, Graber Chinese Firethorn)

Graber Chinese firethorn is an upright, evergreen shrub that produces heavy crops of clustered orange to red fruits in fall. Its dense, dark green, glossy foliage develops red-brown hues in fall and winter. In spring, plants bear clusters of white flowers that develop into vibrant fruits that are orange aging to red. These resemble miniature apples, persist into winter and are eaten by birds.

Chinese firethorn prefers full sun and is adaptable to a wide range of well drained soils. It is versatile,...

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Channel Island Scrub Oak, Island Scrub Oak)

A picturesque twisted plant that is sculpted by the ocean winds, island scrub oak is a rustic plant for mild seaside landscapes to attract wildlife with its acorns. This partially evergreen shrub to very small upright tree is native only (endemic) to the California Channel Islands of Santa Rosa, Santa Cruz and Santa Catalina and is of conservation concern. The scaly gray bark lines the small trunks and the twigs are reddish brown.

The coarse and leathery (not shiny) leaves are oval and dull green...

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James Burghardt

(Dwarf Chinkapin Oak, Scrub Chestnut Oak)

A small deciduous oak, dwarf chinkapin is a favorite foodsource of wildlife because of its less bitter-tasting acorns, and the brilliant orange-red fall leaves isn't a disappoint either! Native of dry, acidic outcroppings and grasslands, this species' range is from New Hampshire to Iowa and Oklahoma in the interior eastcentral United States, including the southernmost tip of Ontario. It sometimes spreads via rhizomes (underground stems) to form small thickets. The gray bark is thin, flaky and papery.

The...

(Admiral Semmes Deciduous Azalea, Deciduous Azalea)

The deciduous azalea ‘Admiral Semmes’ is a hybrid between an Exbury-Knap Hill hybrid azalea ‘Hotspur Yellow’ and the native Florida azalea, Rhododendron austrinum. It has brilliant yellow, fragrant blooms, an upright habit and is heat-tolerant and mildew-resistant. Rhododendron 'Admiral Semmes' was a Georgia Gold Medal winners in 2007 as the year's best shrub.

This azalea has an upright, rounded habit. The leaves are lustrous dark green and hairy and exhibit showy fall color...

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Jessie Keith

(Aida Azalea, Deciduous Azalea, Rustica Azalea)

Rhododendron ‘Aida’ is a spring blooming deciduous azalea. Its large flowers are tubular-funnel-shaped and double hose-in-hose which means it looks like two flowers stacked. The color is bright pink with a rose throat and dark spots. The foliage is medium green.

These azaleas have upright, rounded and open habits. The leaves are green, hairy and exhibit showy fall color in shades of yellow, orange and red. The colorful flowers appear before the foliage. Clusters of blooms emerge near...