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Image of Symphoricarpos orbiculatus photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Coralberry)

A tough hardy plant for a variety of landscapes, this eastern North American native is particularly showy in fall when its branches are laden with thousands of small red fruits. A deciduous rounded head-high shrub of dense twiggy habit, it bears insignificant creamy white, pink-flushed flowers in summer. Pea-sized fruits develop in autumn, becoming very visible once frost causes the small oval dark-green leaves to fall. The coral-red to violet-red berries persist well into winter and attract hungry...

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James H. Schutte

(Central Avenue Coralberry, Coralberry)

Showy in fruit and tough in constitution, 'Central Avenue' is a selection of coralberry, a small to medium-sized deciduous shrub from eastern North America. This cultivar is valued for its prolific display of small red fruits which bow the branches in fall. A rounded, suckering shrub of dense habit, it bears insignificant creamy white, pink-flushed flowers in summer. Pea-sized fruits develop in autumn, taking center stage once frost causes the small oval dark-green leaves to fall. The coral-red to...

(Coralberry)

A variegated selection of a tough hardy eastern North American shrub, 'Spun Sugar' features small white-edged leaves from spring to fall and masses of bright fruit from fall into winter. Borne in the thousands on dense twiggy stems, the pea-sized purple-red berries take center stage once the small, gray, cream-rimmed leaves drop. The berries persist well into winter, attracting hungry songbirds. Insignificant pink-flushed flowers precede the fruits in summer. This cultivar eventually forms a rounded...

Image of Symphoricarpos x chenaultii photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Chenault's Coralberry)

Becoming a picturesque shrub, Chenault's coralberry is known for the many small, pink-magenta and white stippled fruits it produces by early fall. A beautiful deciduous shrub with an overall rounded shape, this hybrid's branches are both upright and spreading.

The oval leaves are first light green in spring and then become a dark green for summer and fall. They have hairy undersides. In late summer small, whitish green, bell-shaped flowers line the branches and will develop into pea-sized fruits...

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Jessie Keith

(Chenault's Coralberry)

A dense low-growing deciduous shrub that is excellent for covering ground in partial shade, 'Hancock' bears handsome small bluish green leaves from spring to frost and occasionally displays dark pink fruits in autumn. Its hummocking prostrate branches eventually form a low mound many times broader than tall. The small pinkish late-summer flowers are inconspicuous. When produced, the pea-sized fruits cluster towards the ends of the branches, providing a modest display best appreciated at close range....

(Coralberry)

Grown for their ornamental fruits, the Doorenbos Hybrids were developed in the early twentieth century by famed Dutch horticulturist S.G.A. Doorenbos. Hybrids of several North American Symphoricarpos species, they form compact, dense, twiggy bushes with upright or arching stems. Insignificant pinkish flowers in summer give rise to plump round berries that ripen to white, pink, or lilac in late summer and early fall. The small dark green oval leaves turn dull yellow in fall before dropping,...

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Russell Stafford

(Amethyst™ Coralberry, Coralberry)

Grown for its showy fruit, Amethyst™ is a hybrid shrub that traces its ancestry to several North American Symphoricarpos species. It forms a compact, dense, twiggy bush. Insignificant pinkish flowers in summer give rise to plump round berries that ripen to bright lilac-pink in late summer and early fall. The small dark green oval leaves turn dull yellow in fall before dropping, fully exposing the abundant, colorful fruits. Largely ignored by birds unless other foods are unavailable, the...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Coralberry, Magic Berry Coralberry)

Grown for its showy fruit, 'Magic Berry' is a hybrid shrub developed in the early twentieth century by famed Dutch horticulturist S.G.A. Doorenbos. It forms a compact, dense, twiggy bush with arching branches. Insignificant pinkish flowers in summer give rise to plump round berries that ripen to bright rose-pink in late summer and early fall. The small dark green oval leaves turn dull yellow in fall before dropping, fully exposing the abundant, colorful fruits. Largely ignored by birds unless other...

Image of Symplocos paniculata photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Asian Sweetleaf, Sapphire Berry)

A dense deciduous shrub that occurs from the Himalayas to Japan and Southeast Asia, sapphire berry is named and grown for its late summer and early autumn display of showy bright-blue fruits.

The toothed, oval, deep-veined leaves of this large shrub or small tree are alternately borne on upright to spreading, gray-barked branches. Older stems develop ridged and furrowed bark. Large frothy clusters of small white five-petaled flowers appear at the branch tips in mid- to late spring, sometimes...

(Common Sweetleaf, Horsesugar, Yellowwood)

Sweet-tasting foliage and fragrant spring flowers adorn the branches of this deciduous to semi-evergreen shrub or small tree. It is native to woodlands and wetlands from Delaware to Texas.

The upcurved, gray-barked branches of Symplocos tinctoria bear glossy, leathery, rich-green leaves with yellow veins and pale undersides. Bark on older stems becomes pink-tinged and fissured. The alternately arranged leaves are elliptic to lance-shaped and have smooth or weakly toothed edges. Their...