The Barberry ‘Bonanza Gold’, Berberis thunbergii “Bogozam”, is a dwarf form or golden barberry that commands special attention in the landscape due to its outstanding bright gold foliage. ‘Bonanza Gold’ produces gracefully arching branches of bright-gold foliage. Often used for informal hedges, this Japanese barberry produces inconspicuous yellow flowers in spring and berries that persist throughout the winter. A low maintenance plant, it forms a dense mound that can be used as a specimen or foundation plant..
Purple Foliage BarberryBurgundy Carousel Barberry, Berberis thunbergii ‘Bailtwo’, is an attractive 3-3 1/2 foot shrub that displays burgundy-purple foliage which grows best in zones 4-8. Burgundy Carousel Barberry has a spreading habit that droops slightly. It has a height of 3 feet and a spread of 4-5 feet. It can be used as a color accent in the landscape and makes a good hedge or barrier plant because of the thorns. The burgundy-purple leaves add contrast to the landscape and the purple insignificant blooms mature into bright red berries in fall. The berries persist throughout the winter, feeding birds and wildlife.It prefers full sun and moist but well-drained soils. It can be trimmed to any size and shape. It makes an excellent foundation plant or hedge. It is disease and insect resistant and requires little care.*Purple Foliage*Excellent Barrier Hedge*Attracts Winter Wildlife.
A really big mini! Sunjoy Mini Maroon Barberry ( Berberis thunbergii x NCBT1) is a little plant with a big presence! Clocking in at 1-2 feet tall and wide this little guy will win your heart over.1. This true dwarf will fit into any garden, no matter how small. Several make a great hedge. One makes a good specimen to highlight a nice garden feature, like a fountain or statuary. They are excellent in containers and thrive on balconies and postage-stamp-sized urban gardens.2. Their color is anything but small! The deep burgundy color is almost black. It’s just about as dark as you can get in dark foliage. This means that when used in your garden it both draws your eye to it and makes the plants around it stand out. Use it to punctuate your perennial border or to punch up your tired evergreen bed.3. Mini Maroon is sterile, so no messy fruit clean-up and no pesky nuisance seedlings to keep up with. It stays in its place and plays nice with others!Remember that barberry is beautiful, but it does bite. The nasty thorns hidden under the small leaves are great deterrents when you plant this under a window or around property edges for security. No one wants to mess with this innocent-looking shrub once they’ve been bit!This is a truly easy dwarf shrub to grow that will add warmth to your garden this year, whether it’s newly established or already mature.* Natural dwarf* Rich dark burgundy foliage* Easy care* Deer and drought resistant* Thorns for security* Non-invasive.
The garden focal point you’ve been waiting for! For the last few years vertical-growing upright shrubs have been enjoying their day in the sun. Shrubs with surnames like ‘rocket’ and ‘pillar’ are always striking and definitely add a certain punctuation to the home garden. But they often come in browns, rusts and burgundies and can get lost against a brick wall or a stained fence. Not anymore!Golden Torch Barberry refuses to fade into the background. This lime green vertical beauty starts out tinted bright orange in the spring, transitioning to chartreuse/lime green for the summer and blushing with hot red tips come fall. It never needs pruning – ever!Golden Torch Barberry (Berberis thunbergii ‘Golden Torch’) is one of those plants that draws attention wherever you put it, so plant it where you can enjoy it. It is smashing in large containers by a door or around a porch, perfect flanking a garden gate or lined up in a row along a walk or patio.For a real visual statement, try it paired with some of its burgundy brethren, like Sunjoy® Tangelo or Orange Rocket.Whatever you do, though, don’t let another summer go by without this great statement shrub in your garden! Order yours today!* Chartreuse green leaves * Doesn’t burn in the sun * No pruning needed * Unmatched summer color statement.
Dozens of uses for this little purple plant! Barberry is one of those plants that should be in every garden. Versatile, easy, hardy and colorful, it’s hard to find another plant with so many uses.Royal Burgundy (Berberis thunbergii “Gentry”) is a petite mounding version of this garden stalwart. Only growing to 2 feet tall and wide, it has small soft leaves that hold their purple/red color all summer without fading. They even turn darker in the fall – a ravishing black-red.Its richly-colored leaves will flesh out foundation plantings. It plays well with others and mixes right in to existing borders and beds. It is a perfect habitat plant and blends into wild or natural gardens as well as formal gardens or Asian-inspired landscaping. It will cascade over rocks and spill toward garden pools. It nuzzles up to landscape boulders and softens the hard edges of concrete walks. It makes a great edging plant for evergreens. Planted in mass Royal Burgundy creates big pools of color. It is even beautiful in containers, both in leaf and out of season, when the berries shine on the bare stems.Royal Burgundy Barberry is really a no-brainer. Buy one. Buy a dozen. There is always a place for this hard working beauty in the garden.* Easy care* Dramatic color* Dwarf* Ornamental berries.
Decorative Dwarf Barberry with Exceptional FoliageMidnight Ruby is a deciduous shrub with vibrant color and larger foliage than other Barberry plants. Plant one as a garden focal point, or several for a short, brilliant hedge. Your Midnight Ruby is an adorable small shrub with delightful color to brighten your landscape spring to fall. An exceptional Barberry, your Midnight Ruby boasts larger foliage than other Barberry shrubs, and what impressive foliage it is! The large oval leaves are a deep burgundy that will stand out like a burning bush amid your other plantings, and maintains its warm brilliance all season. The value of your Midnight Ruby’s enduring color is certainly the most impressive of this little shrub’s appeal, but it has even more to recommend it. In the spring, clusters of tiny, yellow flowers will add diminutive splashes of additional color to your shrub. In the fall, red drupes appear for added decorative appeal. As fall progresses, the leaves will transition from their maroon hues to a vibrant red. The Midnight Ruby is a multi-stemmed dwarf, so you can easily fit a few into various spaces in your yard where splashes of color are desired. Midnight Ruby’s rounded, compact form is ideal to just plant and forget, but it will also react well to any pruning you choose to perform at any time of the year. Midnight Ruby is tolerant of moist conditions, drought and many soil types. It will even thrive in urban environments. Under good conditions, you can expect your Midnight Ruby to live twenty years or more. It’s deer resistant, and birds love it. *Outstanding Foliage Color *Spring Flowers and Fall Color *Hardy *Wildlife Interest.
The Barberry ‘Golden’, Berberis thunbergii aurea, is a small, slow growing deciduous shrub to 3 to 4 feet with equal spread. Small white flowers can be observed in little clusters beginning in early April, lasting through May.The bright yellow foliage turns to green by late summer then red in fall; more lime green in summer if planted in shady spots.’Golden’ is a definite knockout in just about any landscape! Plant as an accent shrub or in mass plantings. (May be too bright for use as a hedge due to the intense bright yellow color if planted in full sun.)Small 1/4″ long bright red, oval shaped seed pods are sometimes seen on ‘Golden’ Barberry in late fall, after the leaves have dropped. This Barberry seems to do best when watered regularly; has an above average moisture requirement.Zones 4-9Order now, light up your landscape!Great Fall Color!.
Purple Foliage BarberryRuby Carousel® Barberry, Berberis thunbergii ‘Bailone’, is a showy plant that displays an upright rounded form along with attractive, thorny, red-purple foliage.The purple insignificant flowers bloom in mid spring and mature into red berries. The berries persist throughout the winter and attracts wildlife.Ruby Carousel® Barberry prefers a moist, yet well-drained soil. Ruby Carousel® Barberry grows to about 3-4 feet high with a spread of 3 feet.It is noted for its excellent red color and uniform habit that is low and rounded. Its stems and branches are thorny, grooved slightly, and angled. This plant may be pruned to any shape and size or left to grow. It is insect and disease resistant and grows in full shade to full sun, though maximum color is achieved in full sun.It makes an excellent carefree specimen or hedge plant.*Drought Tolerant*Purple Foliage*Disease and Insect Resistant.
The Barberry Rosy Rocket, Berberis t. ‘Rosy Rocket’, is a deciduous dwarf shrub characterized by red foliage. This foliage color continues throughout the summer season.The Rosy Rocket, an upright dwarf shrub, is easy to grow and has a height three times its width. These traits set ‘Rosy Rocket’ apart from all other existing barberry varieties.In April-May, Rosy Rocket will display pale yellow flowers that are followed by small, crimson red berries. It prefers full sun and adapts to most conditions.It is best to feed once a year with a slow release fertilizer.Use as an accent or specimen plant.Zones 4-8Would a tall and narrow red plant look good in your landscape? Buy this one today!.
Red Barberry Loves SunThe Barberry bush or Red Leaf Japanese bush, Berberis thunbergii, is a deciduous shrub that can reach 4′-6′ with an equal spread. It can be trimmed to any size and shape. The branches are slender, spiny, and small, and the leaves are roundly oval in a deep red to purple color. The small, yellow flowers borne beneath leaves, from April to May, are not showy. Bright red berries can be found along stems from late fall through winter. Birds and wildlife love themBarberry bushes are best located in full sun, but will grow in partial sun.This plant is tolerant of many types of soil, but will not do well in wet to very moist soils. As name Barberry implies, this makes an excellent hedge or filler shrub.*Red Leaves*Persistent Red Berries*Attracts Wildlife.
Emerald Carousel® Barberry, Berberis ‘Tara’, is a shrub that has showy clusters of yellow flowers in spring along its arching branches. These blooms produce bright red berries that will persist into the winter. The dark green foliage turns an outstanding red-purple in fall. It is easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun. Tolerates light shade, but Emerald Carousel® Barberry needs full sun to develop best foliage color. This very adaptable shrub is tolerant of many pollutants in urban areas and tolerates drought, but will not perform well in poorly drained, wet soils. It has no serious insect or disease problems. Use as a hedge, barrier plant, foundation plant, shrub border or small groupings in the landscape..
Small Red-Puple Leaved BarberryThe Barberry Red Carpet, Berberis t. ‘Red Carpet’, is a deciduous shrub reaching up to 24″ tall and about 30″ wide. Branches are slender, spiny, and small. Its leaves are roundly oval in a deep red to purple color. Insignificant yellow flowers bloom beneath leaves from April to May followed by bright red berries. These persist from late fall through winter. Plant in any soil in a sunny or partially shaded position, but preferably sunny for best fruit and autumn color. *Fall Color*Attracts Wildlife*Red to Purple Foliage.
The Barberry ‘Golden Ruby’, Berberis thunbergii ‘Goruzam’, is a standout with a stunning color transformation throughout the season. It has spring foliage that emerges a striking fluorescent orange, and in the summer its leaves mature to a burgundy maroon, with a gold ring around the outer leaf margin. Its fall color is a flame orange to brick red, and this bold color combination adds drama in the garden against more subdued landscape plantings. Golden Ruby is very slow growing, reaching approximately 15 inches high and 24 inches wide. ‘Golden Ruby’ is an easy-care plant and will perform best planted in full sun with well-drained soil. Use as borders, accent plant or in mass plantings..
Golden Prostrate BarberryBarberry – Golden Carpet, Berberis thunbergii ‘Golden Carpet’, is characterized by its yellow foliage and dense prostrate habit and its yellow foliage. It grows best in zones 5-8. The branches are slender, spiny, and small. Its leaves are roundly oval and bright yellow in color.The small pale pink flowers bloom beneath the leaves, from April to May, and are not showy. Bright red berries can be found along stems of this barberry from late fall through winter and are borne singly or in clusters of 2-4 fruits at each node; tear-drop shaped fruit can provide fall and early winter interest.Plant in any soil in a sunny or partially shaded position, but preferably sunny for best fruit and autumn color. The foliage color continues throughout the summer season when grown in full sun; when grown in partial or full shade, the color of the foliage of Golden Carpet tends to be yellow-green or green. Golden Carpet is a dwarf shrub that brightens up containers on the patio, or in the landscape as an accent plant.*Prostrate Growth*Fall and Winter Color and Red Berries*Sun to Part Shade.
The Barberry Pow Wow, Berberis t. ‘Pow Wow’, is quite an unusual variety of barberry; forms a slender dwarf column. The leaves are bright gold, tipped in red in the spring, then slowly turn green, splashed with white and pink. ’Pow Wow’ prefers some shade in the hottest part of the day and needs well drained soil. A hardy, slow grower with an upright habit, it will get just 3-4 feet tall and is very suitable for hedges. Barberry hedges can deter wandering pets and wildlife, adding that extra protection to your garden due to the thorny characteristics..