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  • Red leaf variety of native American Chokecherry, that has a vigorous, uniform growth habit and red fruits, in midsummer. Extremely hardy, maturing to 20-25 feet...
  • If you like bountiful blooms of red, this one is for you. The Prairifire crabapple has red-maroon foliage, which matures to a dark-green with a...
  • Attractive foliage with burgundy red coloring turns brilliant scarlet in fall. The interesting red-black bark provides striking interest in winter. This slender, airy tree is...
  • Maple, Emperor I
    A graceful form with black-red bark veiled in dark red foliage that turns a brilliant scarlet in fall. Leaves bud out later in spring, better...
  • Maple, Red Emperor Japanese
    ‘Red Emperor’ is similar in appearance to ‘Bloodgood’, however; its leaves are thinner and it has the distinct advantage of not leafing out until about...
  • Rounded and dense in habit with a bold array of colors in glowing tones of orange, yellow and gold, Amber Jubilee stands out in the...
  • One of the most stunning shrubs in the cool season landscape. Brilliant red, then creamy pink new foliage provides a beautiful backdrop for the profusion...
  • Light-pink spring flowers are followed by an ever-changing display of colorful foliage that continues all the way to fall. New foliage emerges burgundy, fades to...
  • Vividly colored, pink to red, fern-like spring foliage turns chartreuse with bronze tips, then solid green as it matures on this hardy, compact shrub. Showy...
  • If you blink, you may miss one of the many flashy colors of Strobe Weigela. From spring through autumn, you’ll see bright pink flowers against...