Colorful Berries and Branches for Your Winter Landscape!
Add winter color to your landscape using berries and colorful branches! Make the winter months feel a lot less dull!! Some trees and shrubs display beautiful fruits in the fall persisting into the winter months, keeping color alive in your landscape. Check out what we just received today and pick which ones are right for your landscape!


Fresh supply has just arrived at Bountiful Gardens! Check out all of the winter-interest plants that we just got in!

'Winter Red' Winterberry 

Winter Red is a slow-growing, deciduous shrub that bloom relatively inconspicuous greenish-white flowers in the late spring. Flowers give way to a crop of bright red berries in the late summer/fall They are wrote showy and will persist throughout the winter (hence the common name) and often into the early spring where they will be enjoyed by the birds! The berries provide considerable impact and interest to the winter landscape!
'Sparkleberry' Winterberry

Sparkle berry is noted for its dense, heavy fruiting of bright red berries that stay well throughout winter, adding holiday color to the landscape! This slow-growing, deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub has an upright-rounded habit. Its dark green foliage turns a yellow-bronze color in the fall, just adding to its year round interest!
'Little Goblin Orange' Winterberry

This early fruiting winterberry holly lights up the darkest season buy producing abundant bright orange berries! Its compact habit makes it more landscape friendly, ideal for residential landscapes and mass plantings at commercial sites!
'Red Sprite' Winterberry

A profusion of bright red berries brighten the winter landscape, while providing food for the birds! They're slow growing, upright, rounded, and extremely hardy. Plant Red Sprite as a specimen in the landscape, where the bright red berries won't have any competition! They're also great at the corners of fences, around 
woodland gardens, or in the 
all-native landscapes.
'Winter Gold' Winterberry 

Acclaimed for its heavy fruiting, Winter Gold is a slow-growing, multi-stemmed shrub that produces abundant small greenish-white flowers in the late spring/early summer. These blooms are followed by a professing of large, golden-peach colored berries that last from the early fall throughout the winter! They truly enliven the winter landscape! Winter Gold is an excellent shrub for moist soils. It's also great mass or group plated in shrub borders or foundations. 
'Mr. Poppins' Winterberry

The interesting thing about this winterberry is that it doesn't produce any berries. This deer resistant winterberry produces tiny white flowers that appear in the spring on its lush foliage. Its densely branched growth makes it an ideal background shrub, hedge or border planting. 
'Cardinal Candy' Viburnum

This viburnum has improved hardiness compared to other varieties and its bright red, abundant berries make for a stunning display in the fall. Fruiting appears to be strong even without another pollinator in the area! Tons of fragrant, white flowers cover the plant in the spring, fitting nicely into any landscape. Use this plant in your winter garden where their splash of color can provide some enjoyment through the dreary months of winter!
'Arctic Fire' Red Twig Dogwood

This compact selection of Red Twig Dogwood has dark red stems that provide a spectacular show in the winter sunlight! Arctic Fire only grows to hold the height of most Cornus. It's great in perennial or shrub borders, or for flower arrangements! You can also cut the stems of this dogwood to add to holiday arrangements. It's very versatile!
'Yellow Twig' Dogwood

The bright yellow stems on this many-stemmed, bushy shrub provides a striking winter color. The widely-spreading root systems of yellow-twig dogwoods make them a good choice to plant on a bankings, where erosion control is needed. They serve as specimen plants in the winter, when there is little else with color in the landscape. Combine them with red twig dogwoods for an even more stunning winter display!
'Budd's Yellow' Dogwood

Noted for its bright yellow twigs in the winter, this rapid-growing, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub is an outstanding ornamental feature. Budd's Yellow is effective in shrub borders where plants can be combined with evergreens or a contrasting color of red twig dogwoods for interesting winter contrast. 

Coral Bark Japanese Maple

This beautiful small tree has a brilliant red-coral bark on its young branches, with color that only intensifies in the winter! Deeply cut, pale green leaves display attractive red margins and turn a vibrant, golden yellow in the fall season. In the spring, small red-purple flowers are pretty, but not showy. This maple is all about the bark and foliage! The perfect specimen! 

Paperbark Maple

If you appreciate an attractive, peeling bark, this is the tree for you! This handsome tree has an oval to rounded crown and an open habit with upright branching. Its green leaves turn a scarlet red in the fall. It becomes even more distinctive an elegant with age, as its papery sheets of bark peel back to reveal a cinnamon-brown colored new bark, adding to its winter interest. Such a beautiful bark belongs close in foundation beds. It's ideal for shading outdoor living spaces or as a front yard accent. 

River Birch

What makes this tree so intriguing is the salmon-pink to reddish-brown bark that exfoliates itself, revealing a lighter colored inner bark! This vigorous, fast-growing deciduous tree can be trained as either a single-trunk or multi-trunk tree during cultivation. Its leathery, diamond-shaped dark green leaves turn yellow in the fall.


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