I saw this shrub used frequently in California landscapes.
One of the most popular barberries, award-winning 'Atropurpurea Nana' is a charming, deciduous dwarf shrub with eye-catching, reddish to purplish, small, obovate leaves which turn into brilliant red shades in the fall. Tiny, scented, pale yellow flowers appear in mid-late spring, followed by an abundant crop of bright red berries in the fall.
soilPrefers moist well drained soils but tolerates drier takedownstump.barl noteDark green leaves turn an attractive orange-red in fall. Spreads by root sprouting and a good choice for eroding slopes.
When the bush does drop its leaves, exfoliating cinnamon-brown bark is revealed.
Fragrant flowers produce a small fruit that forms a long dry seed cluster rather than a. Berries are red to orange Leaves (2 in. long) and doesn’t have hollow stems Locations: Most prevalent in the Palos region, where it is the dominant woody invasive shrub. Bush honeysuckles are the 2nd most common woody invasive group of the FPCC. 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. Tree stump removal highton can grow over 15 feet tall, and so needs to be pruned regularly.
Anatomy of Leaves: Lobed edges, blunt, oval. Almond leaf. Examples of Shrubs: Crack Willow, Almond, Wild Cherry. Anatomy of Leaves: Long, oval. These were some simple guidelines for shrub identification by their leaves. Observe the plants in a nursery, or search for images from the Internet, before planting them in your takedownstump.barg: fall.