Great plant for screening hedges. Good fall colors of yellow, orange and red.
Semi-glossy foliage on an upright hedge like plant. White flowers in spring are followed by blue summer fruits. Fall colors of orange and sometimes red.
Slightly smaller than the species, this shrub has remarkable blue fruit after the spring white flowers. Birds love the fruit.
Large growing Viburnum with white flowers in spring and larger, drupe-like fruit. Fall color in more sun can be great shades of pink and red. Fruit is a delight to Cardinals and Robins.
Super glossy foliage is attractive all summer long. White flowers are extremely fragrant. Fall colors are purples oranges and red.
Coarse textured foliage with powdery stems. Upright growing plant looks great in hedges.
Horizontal branching distinguishes this shrub from all others. White lacecap flowers sit comfortably above the foliage in late spring. Best with some shade and consistent moisture.
Horizontal branching with repeat white blooms in spring and summer. Blooms last most of the summer if plant is properly moist.
Extremely dense branching on this native shrub to small tree. White flowers in spring, blue and red fruit in summer and fantastic burgundy fall color. Birds adore the fruit.
Dark green foliage. Somewhat shade tolerant with an abundance of white flowers in spring. Flowers cover the branches that arch gracefully to the ground if left unpruned.