Aug 19, Beloved in the Pacific Northwest and sometimes known as creek dogwood or red twig dogwood, this unusual plant’s fall color comes not from its leaves but from its stems, which become a brilliant red in fall and winter.
This plant needs about four hours of direct sunlight each day, but is fine with shade or dappled shade the rest of the shrublop.buzz: Gretchen Heber. Red Wall Parthenosisus (Virginia creeper) is another native plant with great fall color. The foliage is deep green through spring and summer, then turns fire-engine red in the fall.
It does produce blue berries in fall, but it's the red foliage color that is its calling card. Trees and Shrubs in this guide Deciduous Trees European Alder Alnus glutinosaAbout this tree: Prefers moist to wet soils Grows 50 to 70 feet tall Hardiness zone 3 Identification Tips: Leaves: 1 1/2 to 4 inches long, 1 to 2 1/2 inches wide; elliptical, doubly saw-toothed; shiny dark green Fruit: Cone; 3/4 inches long; clusters of 3 to 5.
Mature shrubs look like small bushy trees with a rounded top. Autumn leaves are brilliant red, yellow and orange. chokecherry Prunus virginiana 12 – 25 ft. with a crown spread of 10 to 25 ft.
wildlife feature Clusters of red to dark purple tart berries are a source of summer fruit. Berries attracts and sustain more. 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. Growing Conditions: Full sun to part shade and moist, but well-drained soil. Size: To 10 feet tall and 6 feet wide.
Zones: Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Yellow-twig dogwoods, such as 'Flaviramea' (C. sericea), also have reddish-purple leaves in fall. Red-twig dogwoods with variegated foliage vary in fall color. All types have clusters of white flowers in spring and white to red-purple fruit that birds enjoy.
Full sun to partial shade; regular water; Zones