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Image of Berberis amurensis photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Amur Barberry)

Fragrant blossoms and fiery fall foliage are highlights of the Amur barberry. This deciduous shrub is native to thickets and sparse woodlands in northeastern Asia, from China and Japan up into Russian Siberia. The twigs are pale yellow to gray and lined with clusters of three-tipped spines.

The green leaves are oval with eyelash-like hairs on their edges. The leaf comprises three leaflets that are held directly on the twig. In mid- to late spring, dangling clusters of fragrant yellow flowers...

Image of Berberis koreana photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Korean Barberry)

Supplying four-season interest to temperate landscapes, the Korean barberry dazzles with pretty flowers, fruits and rich fall foliage. This semi-evergreen shrub is native to the Korean peninsula and Japan. Its bark is reddish brown and the twigs are densely armed with short spines in groups of one to five. These flattened spines look like tiny duck feet. This barberry also suckers from its base, making it rather difficult to manage.

The elliptical leaves are green. In mid-spring, pendulous clusters...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Bergenia, Bressingham Ruby Bergenia, Elephant's Ears, Pig Squeak)

This selection of Bergenia, ‘Bressingham Ruby,’ has the distinction of dramatic color in autumn and winter, vivid flowers and compact habit. Like other bergenias, it is a low, evergreen perennial with large, rounded, glossy green leaves that grow from a wandering fleshy root in an unruly clump. In mid to late spring the plant sends up tall, thick stems that end in a generous cluster of small, rose-red flowers. In late fall and through winter the leaves are dark maroon and shiny. By spring, some may...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Bergenia, Bressingham White Bergenia, Elephant's Ears, Pig Squeak)

This selection of Bergenia, ‘Bressingham White’ has the distinction of profuse flowering, compact habit, and glossy leaves. Like other bergenias, it is a low, evergreen perennial with large, rounded green leaves that grow from a wandering fleshy root in an unruly clump. In mid to late spring the plant sends up tall, thick stems that end in a generous cluster of small, white flowers. In late fall and through winter the leaves turn shades of maroon. By spring, some may look weatherbeaten and should...

(Bergenia, Eden's Dark Margin Bergenia, Elephant's Ears, Pig Squeak)

This selection of Bergenia, ‘Eden’s Dark Margin,’ has the distinction of a thin line of red on the edge of its leaves. Like other bergenias, it is a low-growing, evergreen perennial with rounded green leaves with red undersides that grow from a wandering fleshy root and barely rise free of the ground. In mid to late spring the plant sends up short, thick stems, often purple, that end in a radiating cluster of small, magenta-pink flowers. In winter, the leaves turn shades of maroon. By spring, some...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bergenia, Elephant's Ears, Pig Squeak, Sunningdale Bergenia)

A hybrid bergenia, ‘Sunningdale’ grows as a spreading clump of large rounded leaves and flowers on fleshy stalks. Like other bergenias, it is a low-growing, evergreen perennial, its leaves rising from a wandering fleshy root, growing close together and upright in an unruly mat. In mid to late spring the plant sends up knee-high, red stems topped by a cluster of small, magenta flowers. In winter, the leaves turn shades of copper-red. By spring, some may look weatherbeaten and should be removed.

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(Bressingham Bergenia)

A slow spreading, clump-forming, evergreen perennial, bergenia is a good plant for semi-shady areas. The Bressingham series plants have been bred for their abundant spring blooms, compact habit and shiny, leathery dark green leaves which sometimes turn bronze in late fall and winter. The flowers are held in upright clusters above the leaves. They prefer moist, humusy soil but will tolerate short periods of drought. A nice plant for the woodland border or as a ground cover for small areas.

(Eden Bergenia)

Eden Series Bergenia is a group of a clump forming evergreen perennials with large, rounded, toothed, dark green leathery leaves with red undersides. Small, nodding, pink to magenta, cup-shaped flowers appear in loosely arranged groups on upright fleshy stems in mid to late spring. The foliage turns to red in autumn. (At the limits of its cold hardiness, the foliage may die back then re-emerge at the end of bloom cycle.) Plants included in the Eden Series are the cultivars 'Eden's Magic Giant' and...

Image of Bergenia cordifolia photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Elephant's Ears, Heartleaf Bergenia, Pig Squeak)

Hardy and semi-evergreen, heartleaf bergenia is native to the woodlands and rocky terrain of the Himalayas and Tibet. It is a clump-forming perennial with large, rounded, dark green, leathery leaves. In early spring it produces stout clusters of small, nodding, pink, cup-shaped flowers. Its foliage turns wine red in autumn. A fine cultivar is 'Winter Glow', which has particularly beautiful rosy-bronze foliage all winter.

This perennial prefers part sun or shade and protection from harsh, drying...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Heartleaf Bergenia)

Purplish foliage and red flower stems that carry fuchsia-pink flowers in spring, heartleaf bergenia selection 'Purpurea' is one of the prettiest. Cold hardy and semi-evergreen, it is native to the woodlands and rocky terrain of the Himalayas and Tibet. It is a clump-forming perennial with large, rounded, purplish dark green leathery leaves. In early spring it produces stout clusters of small, nodding flowers on deep red stems. Each blossom is a vibrant fuchsia pink and is cup-shaped. Its foliage...