Pretty Flowers for your Winter Garden.
This deciduous holly produces abundant small greenish-white flowers in late spring that are followed by a profusion of bright red berries in fall and winter.
Extremely attractive, they enliven the winter landscape and often persist into early spring unless eaten by birds. The foliage consists in elliptic, toothed, glossy, dark green leaves. Cotoneaster dammeri (Bearberry Cotoneaster) is a vigorous, dense, evergreen shrub with trailing stems studded with small, leathery, glossy, rounded, dark green leaves.
The red sumac drupes have a citrusy flavor with a distinct tangy taste and are high in vitamin C.
The foliage turns reddish-bronze or purplish in winter before becoming green again in shrubhauling.barnance: Low. Mar 17, Dogwood is a large flowering shrub or tree that has long green leaves, small yellow flowers, and red berry-like drupes.
The little shiny red berries have the shape of coffee beans. When ripe, they taste like a cross between cranberries and sour cherries. Dogwood trees are native to countries in Southern Europe and Southwestern Asia. The tree grows to between 16 and 40 ft. (5 – 12 m) tall, Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. lobed leaves and flat-topped, edible, red berries (haws).
There can be so many they make the plant look red from a distance. Holly Ilex aquifolium The well-known, evergreen Christmas symbol.
Prickly, hard, dark green leaves surround small, red berries held in bunches close to the stem.