Acer rubrum (Red Maple) are true to their name during the fall season. The leaves turn a rich red in the fall months-typically late October or November in the Nashville area.
Ginkgo bilboa. The unique shape of the Ginkgo bilboa leaves will add some year-round interest to your landscape. The foliage turns a brilliant yellow in the fall season. Burning Bush is a fiery red fall color in a low maintenance shrub. The reddest red you will find!
Very fast growing! Lush foliage is perfect for hedges. Grows in sun or shade! Order fresh online today for fast delivery!5/5(32). Large Shrubs Another crape myrtle that turns red is the “Red Rocket” (Lagerstroemia indica “Whit IV”). A foot-tall shrub is the “Velvet Cloak” smoke bush (Cotinus coggygria “Velvet Cloak”) with large sprays of pink flowers and deep purple leaves throughout the summer until they turn red in the fall.
Peking cotoneaster (Cotoneaster acutifolius) grows sprawling branches covered with dark-green leaves that turn red in the fall.
This 8- to foot-tall bush produces tiny white and pink flowers. May 01, Native Missouri Shrubs and Bushes. It is one of the best times of year to plan t! Instead of filling your entire lawn with grass, try mixing in some of these native shrubs and bushes to diversify your space and use fewer resources!
1. Ninebark. Ninebark is a lovely, flowering shrub that flowers in May or June.