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The large bush has large oval leaves with serrated margins.

Mar 17, There are many shrubs or large bushes with red berries that look amazing in any landscape. For example, the cotoneaster has small glossy leaves, white flowers in spring and summer, and then brilliant red berries in the fall and winter.

Holly shrubs are synonymous with Christmas with their glossy jaggy green leaves and inedible poisonous deep red shrubfell.buzzted Reading Time: 8 mins. Wild Strawberry Unripe berries are white to light green; ripe berries are deep red.

The tart green or red berries have an oval shape with tiny hairs covering them.

Oblong shape covered in seeds Low-growing, creeping plant; leaves are hairy with three leaflets; white flowers have five petals Found throughout the United States Berries look almost identical to commercially-grown strawberries but are much Size: KB. Mar 24, Glencarlyn Library Community Garden S. Kensington Street, Arlington, Virginia Features: Native plants suitable for a container garden, shade garden, or scented garden.

Callicarpa americana (American Beauty-berry) in the 3rd Street Garden. Clethra alnifolia (Sweet Pepperbush, Summersweet) the Fence Garden, possibly C. acuminata. Jul 12, Red chokeberry (Aronia arbutifolia) is native to eastern Canada and the eastern and central United States.

With its white flowers in spring, glossy red berries in summer, and gorgeous red autumn foliage, it has three seasons of visual interest. The flowers in spring attract butterflies.

The fleshy berries attract birds from late fall through shrubfell.buzzted Reading Time: 5 mins. Jan 23, There may be no shortage of these shiny red berries in the fall and early winter in the eastern United States. Numerous native and non-native species of dogwood (Cornus spp.) can be found growing in the understory of forests or in transition zones between forest and field.

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The red berries of dogwood are eaten by birds, but should be avoided by people. Oct 05, Northern Bayberry. 8. American Beautyberry. The berries dry up once they get too cold, but the birds will still feast on them! 9. Snowberry. The native Snowberry is a pretty bush with pink flowers in the spring, followed by white berries in the fall.

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