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Image of Callicarpa americana var. lactea photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(American Beautyberry)

This is the naturally occurring white berried form of the normally violet purple berried American beautyberry. Native to southeastern America from Texas across to Maryland, this interesting wild shrub is similar to Asian beautyberry species but has a rougher, more informal look. Mature specimens are large, bushy and develop either a horizontal or upright habit. Native populations exist in open woods and thickets.

White American beautyberry has long arching stems lined with soft pale green leaves...

Image of Callicarpa bodinieri photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Bodinieri Beautyberry)

Developing clusters of violet-pink berries late in the season, Bodinier beautyberry is a somewhat rangy, bushy deciduous shrub ideal for informal garden plantings. Native to the open forests and fields of China, it produces subtle lavender-pink flowers from early to midsummer and loads of vibrant berries from late-summer to early winter.

The dull green leaves of this shrub are oval, tapered and have slightly toothed edges. In midsummer, hundreds of tiny lavender-pink flower clusters line the...

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James H. Schutte

(Beautyberry, Profusion Beautyberry)

This is one spectacular beautyberry! The arching boughs of 'Profusion' become weighted by the vibrant violet-pink berries that light up the late season garden. Sometimes listed under the name Callicarpa bodinieri var. giraldi, it is a bit more compact than standard Bodinier beautyberry and has a more uniform vase-shaped habit.

Developing branched clusters of purplish-pink berries late in the season, Bodinier beautyberry is a somewhat rangy, bushy deciduous shrub ideal for informal...

(Bodinieri Beautyberry, Profusion Beautyberry)

Profusion Beautyberry is a rangy, deciduous shrub notable for its showy fruits and their placement on the branches. It is a free-fruiting selection of a species native to central and western China. The leaves are tapered, oval and dull-green, with toothed edges. In early summer, hundreds of tiny pink flower clusters appear along the arching stems and attract pollinating insects. By early fall, small, violet berries in clusters of 30-40 in loose clusters have replaced the flowers. The foliage turns...

Image of Callicarpa dichotoma photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Purple Beautyberry)

The brightly colored purple beautyberry is one of the most desirable and interesting of berried shrubs. It is vigorous, easy to grow and adds rich color to the landscape. This native of Japan, China and Korea is a compact to medium-sized deciduous shrub with an elegant, arching habit. Its elliptical green leaves line the stem opposite one another. In summer, clusters of lavender purple flowers appear at the base of each leaf petiole like soldiers in a row. Bees and butterflies are highly attracted...

(Dark Star Beautyberry, Purple Beautyberry)

The unusually compact beautyberry, ‘Dark Star’, has lovely dark violet purple berries that persist into winter. Asian in origin, Callicarpa dichotoma is a compact to medium-sized deciduous shrub with an elegant, arching habit.Its elliptical green leaves line the stem opposite one another. In summer, clusters of lavender purple flowers appear at the base of each leaf petiole like soldiers in a row. Bees and butterflies are highly attracted to the blooms. Pollinated flowers become clusters...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Purple Beautyberry)

The ever popular beautyberry, 'Early Amethyst', is an extra fruitful Arnold Arboretum introduction that boasts a tidy habit, beautifully arching branches and loads of colorful fruit. Summer clusters of pale lavender-pink flowers develop into masses of glossy amethyst berries in fall. The fruits tend to persist longer than average offering welcome, though limited, winter interest.

Asian in origin, Callicarpa dichotoma is a compact to medium-sized deciduous shrub with an elegant, arching...

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Jessie Keith

(Issai Purple Beautyberry, Purple Beautyberry)

The heavy-fruiting purple beautyberry ‘Isaai’ produces berries at an earlier age than others. It is vigorous, easy to grow and adds rich color to the landscape.

Asian in origin, Callicarpa dichotoma is a compact to medium-sized deciduous shrub with an elegant, arching habit. Its elliptical green leaves line the stem opposite one another. In summer, clusters of lavender flowers appear and the base of each leaf petiole like soldiers in a row. Bees and butterflies are highly attracted to...

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James Burghardt

(Purple Beautyberry, Variegated Purple Beautyberry)

The brightly colored purple beautyberry is one of the most desirable and interesting of berried shrubs. It is vigorous, easy to grow and adds rich color to the landscape. This native of Japan, China and Korea is a compact to medium-sized deciduous shrub with an elegant, arching habit. Its elliptical green leaves line the stem opposite one another. In summer, clusters of lavender purple flowers appear at the base of each leaf petiole like soldiers in a row. Bees and butterflies are highly attracted...

Image of Callicarpa dichotoma

James Burghardt

(Purple Beautyberry)

The brightly colored purple beautyberry is one of the most desirable and interesting of berried shrubs. It is vigorous, easy to grow and adds rich color to the landscape. This native of Japan, China and Korea is a compact to medium-sized deciduous shrub with an elegant, arching habit. Its elliptical green leaves line the stem opposite one another. In summer, clusters of lavender purple flowers appear at the base of each leaf petiole like soldiers in a row. Bees and butterflies are highly attracted...