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Even the silvery bark on this native plant looks pretty in winter.

Aug 19, Clusters of very small white flowers arrive in spring, followed by copious amounts of small, glossy-red fruit. Leaves are dark green on top and gray-green underneath, turning bright red to reddish-purple in fall. This shrub thrives in a variety of soil types, from acid to alkaline. It needs fairly moist soil until it is established, and then will tolerate drier conditions.

Red chokeberry needs at least Author: Gretchen Heber. Sep 14, Shrubs for Fall Color. Barberry is a deciduous shrub that really embraces the jewel tones of fall. Its leaves turn shades of red, orange, yellow, and purple. They also have large red berries that will hang on for a long time, providing winter interest as well. Barberry is Missing: Orange VA. Slow-growing, Cotoneaster horizontalis (Rock Cotoneaster) is a spreading, deciduous shrub with flat and stiff, regularly-branched sprays in a strict herring-bone pattern.

The branches are studded with small, glossy leaves that warm up to orange and red in fall.

Small Missing: Orange VA. Oct 23, Dwarf fothergilla (Fothergilla gardenia) Fragrant, creamy white bottlebrush blooms of fothergilla are charming in early spring. Then summer brings leathery blue-green foliage that turns red, yellow and orange, often all on the same leaf, in shrubhauling.buzzted Reading Time: 5 mins.

Sep 20, A native shrub that shines in several seasons, chokeberry offers white flowers that look like apple blossoms in spring; rich red fruits in late summer and autumn; and brilliant orange-red fall foliage.

Name: Aronia arbutifolia.

In late spring to early summer, the shrub is covered with abundant clusters of fragrant, lacy, creamy white flowers.

Growing Conditions: Full sun to part shade and moist, but well-drained soil. Size: To 10 feet tall and 6 feet wide. Zones: Missing: Orange VA. Leaf entire, oval shaped or oval with pointed ends Bark is light brown to yellowish brown Old stems and branches are hollow in center Berries are red to orange Leaves (2 in. long) and doesn’t have hollow stems Locations: Most prevalent in the Palos region, where it is the dominant woody invasive shrubhauling.buzzg: Orange VA.