Bright Pink Berries all Winter ‘Candy’ Coralberry (Symphoricarpos x doorenbosii ‘Kolmcan’ PP20,931) will light up your winter garden like very few plants can. The candy-pink berries are quite a sight, especially in winter snow or against dark evergreen shrubs.The bright green leaves drop off in late fall as the arching stems start to line themselves with pearl-like berries. Then the berries start to plump up and turn bright pink. (These aren’t edible, but they make GREAT cuts for your indoor flower arrangements.)Even though they will be the stars of your winter garden, they will be just as snazzy in your spring and summer garden, too, with their green leaves and small pink flowers. They are happy in full sun or light shade and are very low maintenance.Growing only 24-30 inches tall, they make a strikingly different low shrub and are eye-catching in your favorite container.Don’t miss the winter light show this year and plant plenty of Candy Coralberry shrubs in your border in the spring. You’ll be happy you did!* Pink berries in the winter! * Great low hedge * Low-maintenance and hardy .
The Coralberry Blade of Sun, Symphoricarpos chenaultii ‘Blade of Sun’ PP#18567, is a charming, easy care, and good looking golden shrub. When planted in full sun it will intensify the golden color and will not burn. Foliage will take on more of a green or yellow color in shade. Being low and spreading with a lush and attractive foliage, Blade of Sun is fantastic for small spaces or when planted in mass; can be used as a colorful ground cover too! It prefers moist, well drained soil and is tolerant of dry soils. Flowering all summer, Blade of Sun then produces pinkish-purple berries; poisonous to man. Coralberry forms extensive colonies and spreads by rooting at the nodes where it touches the ground. Blade of Sun plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds; provides a solid shelter for small wildlife. If you are looking for a little, colorful plant for a sunny location, this Blade of Sun is it!.
The Snow Berry, ‘Symphoricarpos × doorenbosii Marleen’, also known as New Eden ‘Marleen’ or Pink Snow Berry, is a winter hardy plant that thrives in sunny or partially shaded areas. This shrub has slightly bent branches with blue-green leaves.Small, whitish pink flowers appear from June into September. This Snow Berry is a compact shrub that produces bright purple to pink berries in great abundance in the fall.This snowberry is very suitable as cut flowers and for displaying the decorative branches with berries. It is a great container plant. For best results Marleen can be cut back to a height of 10 inches in February or March.This coral berry is deer resistant. Besides having significant winter interest, it is an important wildlife plant. Songbirds, ground birds, small mammals and browsers use the plant for food, cover, and nesting. .
Florist quality cuts for the home gardener! When your garden is beginning to look plain tuckered out after a long growing season, sweet Magical Pride Coralberry (also known in some circles as a snowberry) will burst forth in yards and yards of beautiful berries on tall and arching stems. These berries are a great boon to the late summer/early fall garden during that often quiet transition time, but they are also gorgeous cut and brought into the house to fill vases and bouquets.Magical Pride was bred in the Netherlands for the massive floral industry there. They were bred to be easy to cultivate and to have an impressively long vase life too. No back breaking work is required by you to get florist quality cuts!The 3’ -5’ foot tall and wide shrub is has lovely green leaves that drape off of the arching stems from spring to fall. In the spring the flowers start blooming, but you are really waiting for the explosive fall show. That is when the berries bust out in profusion. The blueberry-sized fruits are like strings of soft-pink pearls all along the arching stems.You can’t eat the berries, but birds love them. They add extra texture and color to the fall garden and vase.Make sure that you order more than one. They are gorgeous in the back of the border and fantastic in mass plantings and will perk up your garden when everything else is winding down for the season.* Easy care* Ornamental berries* Bird friendly* North American Native selection* Year-round interest.
Proud Berry keep on burnin’ up the fall garden! With Proud Berry Coralberry (‘Sophie’ PP 21,226) the berries just keep rollin’ on all fall! This great shrub not only fills your garden with beauty from spring to fall, it fills your vases with florist quality greenery and berry branches all fall too. Coralberry has beautifully arching blue-green stems and foliage for three seasons and adds garden interest all year. This healthy plant is also a little more compact than our native snowberry, so it fits in well with already existing plantings. But…come fall when the pretty pink flowers have busted out into scads of almost fluorescent pink berries, you’ll be singing “Proud Berry keep on burnin’!” at the top of your lungs! Proud Berry Coralberry peaks when other plants in your garden are winding down for the year. These berries fill that quiet transition time from summer to fall. The berries last deep into winter and the birds love them. Bred for the floral industry, they are easy to cultivate and to have a long vase life too. No need to work hard for florist quality cuts! Make sure that you order more than one, because you don’t want to lose one minute of sleepin’ worrying ‘bout the way things might have been! Proud Berry will keep on turnin’ your garden into a beautiful fall retreat. Order yours today! * Easy care * Ornamental berries * Bird friendly * Compact * Year-round interest.
Perfect cuts for fall weddings! This shrub will most definitely add a magical melody to your late season garden! Magical Melody Coral Berry (SYMPHORICARPOS DORNSBOSII MAGICAL MELODY) is a beautiful cool season shrub with lovely arching branches that look striking in a mixed border or own their own as a specimen. The 3-5 foot tall and wide shrub is covered from spring through fall in lovely green leaves that drape off of the arching stems. In the summer the flowers start blooming in June, but the real show begins in late August and lasts until October. That is when the berries come out in profusion. The blueberry-sized fruits start out a creamy white but soon get coral-pink freckles. As the weather cools, the berries begin to blush deeper shades of coral-pink.The berries aren’t edible, but boy, are they gorgeous! They add extra depth and color to the fall garden. Not only that, but they are excellent cuts for indoor arrangements. The blushing berries are highly sought after for fall wedding bouquets. Birds and wildlife love them too!Make sure that you order several. They are stunners in the back of the border and make a grand statement in mass plantings. They are perfect for wild woodland gardens (or those garden that aspire to be!) and excel at woods edge, where they are a great transition from manicured lawn to woodland.* Easy care* Ornamental berries* Bird friendly* North American Native selection* Year-round interest.
Persistent Pink Pearls Provides ProvenderThe Coral Berry Amethyst™, Symphoricarpos x doorenbosii ‘Kordes’, a Proven Winners selection, produces deep purple-pink fruit that is bright and showy.Amethyst™ Coral Berry displays a 3′-5′ tidy branching habit in full or part sun. It provides interest for the home garden by providing vivid pink fruit in late-summer.The small white midsummer flowers produce hot pink berries in late summer. For a neat winter decoration, use the berry-laden winter stems for indoor floral arrangements.This coral berry is deer resistant. but it is an important wildlife plant. Songbirds, ground birds, small mammals and browsers use the plant for food, cover, and nesting.The Amethyst is very tolerant of any soil, native on limestone and clay but the location needs to be well-drained. The plant requires medium moisture. Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer specialized for trees and shrubs. You get best results if pruned in late fall or early spring.*White Flowers Mid Summer*Persistent Vivid Pink Fruit*Deer Resistant.
Low-Growing Coralberry Fills A Real Need in the Right SpotSome shrubs work really hard in your garden. The Hancock Coralberry, Symphoricarpos x chenaultii ‘Hancock’, is one of them. It’s unique shape provides lovely cover you’ll appreciate from your lawn chair. This plant displays dark green leaves (to 3/4″ long). Hancock Coralberry is easily grown in average, medium wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. It will tolerates wide range of soils. This dwarf hybrid coralberry cultivar is a low-growing, spreading, deciduous shrub which typically grows 2-3 feet tall. Tidy, arching stems do not root where they touch the ground. The bell-shaped, pink flowers appear in summer along the stems in clusters and in spikes at the stem ends. The flowers give way to clusters of pink/coral berries which mature in autumn. Berries persist into winter providing excellent color and interest. The berry-laden winter stems may be cut for indoor floral arrangements.* Easy Care* Winter Interest* Cut flowers.