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Image of Callicarpa dichotoma f. albifructa photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Beautyberry)

This is the naturally occurring white-berried form of beautyberry. Unlike the common purple-berried species, it boasts fall clusters of snowy white berries. White beautyberry is a desirable, interesting landscape shrub. It is vigorous, easy to grow and will add bright color to any garden space. A native of Japan, China and Korea, it is a medium-sized deciduous shrub with elegant, arching branches. Its elliptical green leaves line the stem opposite one another. In summer, clusters of pinkish white...

Image of Callicarpa formosana photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Formosa Beautyberry)

Gardeners in warm temperate to subtropical areas can enjoy the deep lavender to pale purple berries in winter on the Formosa beautyberry. A deciduous shrub with an upright, rounded habit, multiple stem trunks are open with arching branches. This shrub is native to the mid-elevations of Japan's Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan, southeastern China and northernmost Philippines.

Formosa beautyberry's green leaves are pointed ovals, sometimes oval lances. In mid to late summer, puffy clusters of small pink...

Image of Callicarpa japonica photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Japanese Beautyberry)

This small to medium-sized, deciduous shrub is an arresting sight in fall and early winter when clusters of shimmering purple fruits adorn its branches. It is native to woodlands of Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and eastern China.

The light- to medium-green, oval to lance-shaped leaves of this hardy shrub are oppositely paired along slender, arching stems. The foliage turns dull yellow in fall, sometimes taking on purple tints. In late spring or early summer, tufted clusters of small, white to purplish,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Beautyberry)

True to its name, 'Heavy Berry' produces masses of vibrant violet berries that persist from late summer into early winter. It also features attractive foliage and a relatively compact habit. It is a cultivar of Callicarpa japonica, a small to medium-sized, hardy, deciduous shrub from woodlands of Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and eastern China.

The medium-green, puckered, oval leaves of 'Heavy Berry' are oppositely paired along slender, arching stems. The leaves have serrated edges and tapered...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Beautyberry)

Callicarpa japonica 'Leucocarpa' is an arresting sight in fall and early winter when clusters of creamy white fruits adorn its branches. Its parent species is native to woodlands of Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and eastern China.

The light- to medium-green, oval to lance-shaped leaves of this small to medium-sized, hardy, deciduous shrub are oppositely paired along slender, arching stems. The foliage turns dull yellow in fall, sometimes taking on purple tints. In late spring or early summer,...

Image of Callistemon rigidus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Erect Bottlebrush, Rigid Bottlebrush)

New leaves are light yellow-green and fuzzy but then mature to dark green and stiff on the stiff bottlebrush. It is showiest anytime from very late winter into late summer when branch tips are crimson-red spikes of bristled flowers. This evergreen large shrub is native to east-central Australia in Queensland and New South Wales. Its branches are a ghostly gray-beige with mildly corky dark sandy brown bark.

The dark green leaves are stiff and linear to lance-shaped although when first emerging...

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James Burghardt

(Clemson Hardy Bottlebrush, Red Cluster Bottlebrush)

Fuzzy new leaves are light yellow-green and rose but then mature to dark green and stiff on the Red Cluster bottlebrush. Botanical known as 'Clemson Hardy', it is showiest anytime from very late winter into late summer when branch tips have crimson-red spikes of bristled flowers. This evergreen large shrub is native to east-central Australia in Queensland and New South Wales. Its branches are a ghostly gray-beige with mildly corky dark sandy brown bark.

The dark green leaves are stiff and linear...

Image of Calluna vulgaris photo by: TL

TL

(Heather, Scot's Heather)

Heather is a small, evergreen shrub most associated with the open, acidic moorlands of northern Europe. It has dense branches that are slender and erect. These are covered with tiny, scale-like leaves of pale gray-green to dark green. From summer to fall, it produces numerous, small, bell-shaped flowers along its stems. These may be white, red, pink or purple-red depending on the population or cultivar.

There are many heather selections that vary in bloom and foliage color, such as the copper-leaved...

(Heather, Scotch Heather, White Upright Heather)

Originating from Europe and Asia Minor, white upright heather is a small, evergreen shrub with tiny, scale-like leaves of medium green. Its dense, upright branches shoot up from the base of the plant creating an overall spiky appearance. In summer to fall, it produces numerous, small, bell-shaped flowers of white along its stems.

Heather must have acid soil that is well drained, while being evenly moist and rich in organic matter. It prefers full to partial sun and is wind tolerant. This pretty...

(Allegro Heather, Heather, Scotch Heather)

The heather cultivar ‘Allegro’ is a colorful, low-growing, evergreen shrub that forms a compact mound. Its tiny, scale-like leaves are dark green, and its dense branches shoot out from the plant creating an overall spiky appearance. From summer to fall, it produces numerous small, ruby-red, bell-shaped flowers along its stems.

Heather must have acid soil that is well drained, evenly moist and rich in organic matter. It prefers full to partial sun and is wind tolerant. This pretty shrub is highly...