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. It has glossy foliage which turns dark maroon-red in fall. It blooms with white flowers in spring which become clusters of vivid pink and blue berries in fall. It will have good berry set without a pollinator plant, but adding a pollinator ('Winterthur' is a good one) will really amp up the number of berries. The Burning Bush's lush foliage is a rich shade of green in spring through summer.
In late summer the real show begins as this hardy shrub takes on its characteristic fiery red leaves. This eye-catching color lasts until the leaves drop in late fall or early winter.
The habit of the young Burning Bush 5/5(32). Aug 19, It produces showy, fragrant white flowers in the spring, and its leaves turn deep red in the fall. Winterthur appreciates full sun to light shade and wet to moderately dry soils. It can be grown in Zones and will reach a height of about 6 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of feet.
Korean spice (V. carlesii) is another enticing Author: Gretchen Heber. This bush grows to a height and width of feet. It bears variegated leaves, which are greenish gray with a white edge, and has small white flowers which together form a flat cluster. The flowers then transform into berries which are white with hints of blue and green. During fall, it.