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It is best in sun to part sun and is hardy in zones

The dark green, toothed leaves turn purplish-red in the fall. The fragrant 2- to 3-inch diameter flowers are pink with yellow centers and bloom from June through August.

Many insects that visit the rose blooms for nectar help pollinate the flowers that later become rose hips. It has glossy foliage which turns dark maroon-red in fall. It blooms with white flowers in spring which become clusters of vivid pink and blue berries in fall.

It will have good berry set without a pollinator plant, but adding a pollinator ('Winterthur' is a good one) will really amp up the number of berries.

Aug 19, It produces showy, fragrant white flowers in the spring, and its leaves turn deep red in the fall. Winterthur appreciates full sun to light shade and wet to moderately dry soils.

Regarded as one of the best purple-leaved Japanese Maples, award-winning Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood' is a large deciduous shrub or small rounded tree of great beauty in all seasons.

It can be grown in Zones and will reach a height of about 6 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of feet. Korean spice (V. carlesii) is another enticing Author: Gretchen Heber. On display in late spring to midsummer, the long-lasting grapes of creamy-white flowers gradually turn rosy-pink as they mature.

In the fall, the foliage of deeply lobed, oak-like leaves, turns bronze, crimson or burgundy.

The choices are almost limitless, but here are a few that we feel are especially good performers.

In the winter, the rich brown exfoliating bark becomes a real center of attraction. Mar 02, If you'd prefer a shrub that flowers more regularly, consider the red azalea bush known as the 'Stewartstonian'. Because this bush is an evergreen, it has something to offer (namely, foliage) even outside of its prime-time periods.

It is at its best both in spring, when it flowers and in fall, when its leaves turn reddish. USDA Growing Zones: 5.