Deciduous, Shrubs, Trees, Decorative fruit or berries
Spicebushes are grown for the beauty of their yellow fall foliage and are named for the spicy scent of their crushed leaves. On female plants, fruits will follow the blossoms if a male plant is nearby. Best used at a woodland edge or for filling in a shrub border. Good drainage is essential; some drought-tolerance.Lindera obtusiloba
Native to Japan, China, and Korea. Grows to 10–20 ft. tall and a little narrower. Leaves are occasionally mitten-shaped. Fall color is an exceptionally brilliant yellow that develops even in shade and holds for 2 weeks or more. Fruits are 1/4 in. wide and mature from red to black.
Hardyto –20°F (–29°C). Native tomountains of North Carolina.Upright plant with irregular,sprea...
Native to stream banks and marshy places from Alaska south to Northern California; usually found in ar...
This reaches 6 ft. tall and wide after 10 years, but keeps on growing, eventually becoming a small tre...