The white summer flowers turn into blue-black olive-shaped berries.
Medium bushes are still tall enough to act as background or hedge plants that create an area of fall color. Peking cotoneaster (Cotoneaster acutifolius) grows sprawling branches covered with.
Morella cerifera (L.) Small: March - April: Plum, Beach: Prunus maritima Marshall: April - May: Possumhaw: Ilex decidua Walter: April - May: Raspberry, American Red: Rubus idaeus L. June - Sept. Raspberry, Black: Rubus occidentalis L. June - Sept. Raspberry, Purpleflowering: Rubus odoratus L. June - Sept. Staggerbush, Piedmont: Lyonia mariana (L.) D. Don: May - June. 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.
Sep 24, But in fall, the needles turn russet-red before dropping from this large native tree, revealing its dramatic architectural shape that you can enjoy all winter. Name: Taxodium distichum. Growing Conditions: Sun and moist or wet soil. Size: To feet tall. Zones: Buy It: Bald Cypress Tree (42, The Home Depot). Oct 20, Other trees and shrubs that provide fall color are birch, gingko, shagbark hickory, the new cultivars of American elm, cutleaf sumac, American highbush cranberry, rhododendrons (some leaves turn rich red before falling off), burning bush, smokebush (both the purple and the golden), forsythia - and don’t forget hydrangeas, many of which hold onto their blooms all winter long.