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Quite a large shrub (can reach 15' x 15' proportions), it nevertheless produces clusters of persistent red berries late summer into fall as well as good fall leaf color--if you have the room for it. Best in Northern zones. Viburnum setigerum, tea viburnum, Zones Not the most beautiful viburnum as far as form (leggy) or leaf. Pearl GlamCallicarpa (beautyberry) is another shrub that produces a copious show of purple berries in fall that appear after the pink flowers fade away.
The foliage is deep green, tinged with purple. The purpling is most pronounced in fall when the berries appear. This shrub is about 5 feet tall, prefers full large bushes with fall berries and well-drained soil. Burning bush is a hard to miss plant, as it gets bright red foliage during the autumn. It also bears reddish-orange berries during autumn. It can grow over 15 feet tall, and so needs to be pruned regularly.
orangey-red berries. Rowan (Mountain Ash) Sorbus aucuparia Often a slender tree, sometimes growing in isolation, especially at altitude. In autumn, large pinnate leaves surround profuse, domed, heavy clusters of berries.
Cotoneaster dammeri cv.
Sea Buckthorn Hippophae rhamnoides Orange berries crowding in amongst long, narrow greyish-green leaves. Naturally found close to the. Cherry Laurel. Coralberry. Cornelian Cherry. Cotoneaster dammeri cv. Cotoneaster multiflorus. Cotoneaster, Willow-Leaved. Cranberry. Crataegus pedicellata.