This sun-loving shrub is known for its spectacular foliage in.
Sep 23, Shrubs with red leaves are commonly called the “horses of the field” and are generally thought to be the most prolific. While they do produce a large number of plants, it is not always easy to find the quality variety. We’ll learn a ton about these shrubs here. Popular shrubs with red leaves include Japanese maple, Heuchera fire Alarm, Panacle Hydrangea, sand cherry bush, Fothergilla, Beauty Berry, and of course, Crape Myrtle.
It can reach heights of feet with a spread of feet at maturity.
Where to find Red Leaf ShrubsEstimated Reading Time: 9 mins. USDA Zone: Black tupelo is one of the most attractive trees. The leaves emerge in the dark green shade in summers and display many shades of bright red, yellow, orange, and purple on the same branch in the fall. Fun Fact: The bark of the tree looks like an alligator hide! About half its leaves turn red in the fall; the rest stay on all winter.
Full sun to partial shade; regular water; Zones Red-Twig Dogwood Alamy (Cornus spp.) Gardeners grow red-twig dogwoods mostly for the color of the stems once the leaves drop. But the leaves of most varieties also turn brilliant red or reddish purple before they fall. Aug 19, The trifoliate leaves turn yellow, orange, red, and purple in autumn, offering a spectacular display of fall color. Turpentine Bush (Ericameria laricifolia) Turpentine Bush (Ericameria laricifolia).
Photo by Stan Shebs, CC BY-SA Zones: Size: feet tall and wide. Aug 13, Very beautiful varieties with red leaves hybrid B. x ottawensis, which laid in the nature of the genes B.
vulgaris. It: ‘Auricoma’ – height and width of 2 m ( ft), rounded leaves, bright red, autumn-orange-red; ‘Purpurea’ is a very vigorous; height of m ( ft) and a width of,5 m ( ft), the leaves are rounded, up.
Sep 24, A native shrub that shines in several seasons, chokeberry offers white flowers that look like apple blossoms in spring; rich red fruits in late summer and autumn; and brilliant orange-red fall foliage. Name: Aronia arbutifolia.
Growing Conditions: Full sun to part shade and moist, but well-drained soil. Size: To 10 feet tall and 6 feet wide.