Oct 20, Other trees and shrubs that provide fall color are birch, gingko, shagbark hickory, the new cultivars of American elm, cutleaf sumac, American highbush cranberry, rhododendrons (some leaves turn rich red before falling off), burning bush, smokebush (both the purple and the golden), forsythia - and don’t forget hydrangeas, many of which hold onto their blooms all winter stumpgrind.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins.
'Cardinal' was introduced for its vivid red winter twig color. 'Isanti' is a slower-growing selection of native dogwood. Garden Glow performs best in filtered sunlight or where it receives protection from the afternoon sun. 'Cardinal' and 'Isanti' grow well in full sun or partial shade. Research.
Pagoda or alternate leaf dogwood is a Minnesota native. Redosier dogwood is native to Minnesota with colorful red or yellow winter bark. Serviceberry, or juneberry, is a shrub or small tree native to Minnesota. This plant provides interest to. Oakleaf hydrangea (Quercifolia) shines in summer when its white panicles (clusters of blooms) emerge.
In fall, they dry to a green or pinkish brown. In addition to stellar blooms, the foliage with outstanding oak leaf shapes turns shades of gold and red. Look for cultivars like Proven Winners' Gatsby Moon. Fragrant sumac (Rhus aromatica) lights up in fall when its summer foliage turns blazing orange with a hint of red and purple.
Grow this 3- to 5-foot-tall shrub in part shade or sun. Zones