An upright version of the popular Rose Glow Barberry. With attractive variegated foliage, yellow flowers and red fruit, Rosy Rocket makes a great verticle accent to multiple garden situations. This is a great selection for structure and color in the landscape, especially effective in a perennial planting.
A sport of Red Leaf Barberry from Europe with attractive variegated foliage, yellow flowers and red fruit. Place in full sun for best color. An attractive specimen plant and can be used to create an interesting colored hedge.
Shiny emerald green leaves in summer exploding to vibrant oranges and reds in the fall. Bright red berries persist through winter. Works well in sun or shade. Long lasting fall color. Makes a great low hedge.
This Japanese barberry has an upright, columnar form and features red-purple foliage. Tiny yellow flowers bloom in spring and are replaced by glossy, bright red berries that persist well into winter. This is a great selection for structure and color in the landscape, especially effective in a perennial planting. Prefers well-drained soil and full sun for best foliage color.
This Bailey Nurseries introduction was selected from a cross between Japanese Green Barberry and Korean Barberry. It combines the hardiness, better flowering and fruiting characteristics of Korean with the plant habit of Japanese. The outstanding red to red-orange fall foliage turns early and remains well into fall before dropping.
This introduction from Bailey Nurseries is a hybrid of Korean and Golden Japanese Barberry, and combines many of the best features of its two parents. The golden yellow leaves on this upright grower take on nice fall color with some red and orange tones. Golden Carousel does best when planted in areas of light shade where the leaves are protected from fading or burning in late summer.
A dwarf globe shaped barberry with deep purple, velvety foliage. New growth is red giving the shrub an interesting accent. Fruit is red and sparse. Its small size makes it ideal for the perennial border or the front of a shrub border. Tolerates dry conditions well.
Exclusively from Bailey Nurseries and First Editions, an extremely dense, compact form of B. 'Crimson Pygmy' which requires essentially no pruning. Bright crimson new growth is followed by rich burgundy to purple foliage. Only propagated from cultured stock blocks to ensure a true strain. Drought tolerant once established. From R & V Moretti Nursery.
Smallest of the red leafed barberry's. A very compact, slow growing shrub. The broad mound has deep, dark, brick-red leaves that turn a brighter red in autumn before falling.