Ornamental Fruit Plants

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  • Flame Maple

    A small tree or large shrub with a broadly horizontal growth habit.

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    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Five Leaf Akebia

    Great for training on a fence, arbor or walls, but also good as ground cover in shady woodland gardens.

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    20 -40 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Red Chokeberry

    An easy-to-grow native that is adaptable to a wide range of soils.  Displays an abundance of brilliant red fruit in the fall.

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    6 -8 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Dwarf Green Aucuba

    A smaller more compact form with leaves and growth habit about half that of the straight species.

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    3 -5 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Rozannie Aucuba

    A dwarf female Aucuba that produces a spectacular display of bright red fruit adding interest to the fall and winter landscape.  This plant also does best in shade.

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    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Crimson Pygmy Barberry

    Crimson foliage along with a low mounding growth habit make this plant useful in any landscape.  Plant in sun for best color.

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    2 -3 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Rose Glow Barberry

    A moderate sized barberry with multi-colored foliage. Works well where a taller growing plant is needed.

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    3 -5 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Red Jewel Barberry

    Attractive red foliage that darkens during the winter, distinguishes this semi-evergreen barberry.  Shrub will retain most of the foliage during winter if protected from winter winds.

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    4 -5 ft
  • American Beauty Berry

    Purple berries in the fall make this native plant a showpiece in the landscape.  Easy to grow and drought tolerant.

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    4 -8 ft
    3 -6 ft
  • White American Beauty Berry

    Ivory colored berries in the fall distinguish this form of American Beauty Berry. Berries persist well into winter. 

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    4 -8 ft
    3 -6 ft
  • Duet Variegated Beauty Berry

    Variegated foliage along with flowers and fruit make this an unusual and interesting plant for the landscape. 

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    3 -4 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Issai Purple Callicarpa

    Issai Callicarpa is a vigorous selection of Beautyberry that works well in a decidous border.

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    4 -8 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Sugar Hackberry
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    60 -80 ft
  • Cameo Quince

    Beautiful display of flowers in early spring make this a must for any planting.  Does best in full sun.

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    4 -5 ft
  • Spitfire Quince

    Hardy deciduous shrub with a spectacular display of flowers.

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    5 -8 ft
    5 -8 ft
  • Native Fringe Tree

    This slow-growing native tree blooms in early May.  It has striking white panicles of flowers just before it leafs out.

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    10 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Dirr Native Fringe Tree

    This slow-growing native tree blooms in early May.  It has striking white panicles of flowers just before it leafs out.

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  • Cherokee Princess Dogwood

    The best of the white dogwood cultivars.  An abundance of large white flowers distinguish this improved cultivar from seedling grown dogwoods.

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    15 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Cloud 9 Dogwood

    This white dogwood grows slower and has a wider growth habit.  A definite improvement over the native white dogwood.

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    15 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Pink Dogwood

    The pink dogwood with its soft color stands out in the landscape and is always a favorite choice.

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    15 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Chinese Dogwood

    Small flowers against white bracts in late spring made this tree stand out in the landscape. Large red fruit adds interest in the fall.

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    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Greensleeves Chinese Dogwood

    An improved form of kousa that grows faster and is fuller at maturity.  Beautiful white flowers in late spring followed with large red fruit in fall.

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    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Scarlet Fire Chinese Dogwood

    Fantastic pink flowering Kousa dogwood with large flowers.

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    10 -15 ft
    8 -12 ft
  • Grey Leaf Cotoneaster

    Grey green foliage with small densely packed leaves.

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    3 -4 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Scarlet Leader Cotoneaster

    A really showy woody shrub that makes a great, dense ground cover.

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    1 -2 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Silverthorn

    This hardy plant makes a great screen,, somewhat irregular in appearance but becomes an impenetrable hedge in time. Silver gray foliage and fragrant flowers are a plus for this screen plant.

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    6 -12 ft
    8 -12 ft
  • Burning Bush

    Cold hardy plant frequently planted in large masses. A breathtaking display of fall color when in a hedge or mass planting.

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    6 -8 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Compact Inkberry

    Needs pollinator for female flowers to produce pea-sized black fruit.

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    3 -5 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Gem Box Inkberry

    An excellent native alternative to the Boxwood, Gem Box Inkberry forms a dense, mounding shrub.

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    2 -3 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Shamrock Holly

    Needs pollinator for female flowers to produce pea-sized black fruit.

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    3 -5 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Delia Bradley

    A native, upright and pyramidal evergreen holly.

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    20 -30 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Miss Helen American Holly

    Upright, conical habit American Holly. Slow growing and requires a nearby male for berry production.

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    15 -25 ft
    10 -18 ft
  • Tinga American Holly

    This is a female selection and will need male pollinator for berry production.

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    25 -30 ft
    12 -15 ft
  • Red Sprite Winterberry

    Dwarf winterberry that holds its berries long into the winter.

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    3 -3 ft
    3 -3 ft
  • Winter Red Winterberry Holly

    Winter Red is a female Winterberry Holly that produces branches loaded with bright red berries in the winter. Requires a male pollinator.

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    8 -12 ft
    8 -10 ft
  • Shadows Female Holly
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    10 -20 ft
    6 -10 ft
  • Acadiana™ Holly

    Pyramidal holly with red new growth that turns to a glossy, dark green.

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    10 -15 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Dr. Kassab Holly

    Bright red berries mature in the fall and persist into winter.

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    15 -20 ft
    8 -10 ft
  • Emily Bruner Holly

    Bright red berries mature in the fall and persist into winter.

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    8 -10 ft
  • Golden Oakland Holly

    Grows like the regular Oakland holly but features stunning yellow-green variegated foliage.

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    15 -20 ft
    12 -15 ft
  • Mary Nell Holly

    Bright red berries mature in the fall and persist into winter.

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    10 -20 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Nellie Stevens Holly

    Bright red berries mature in the fall and persist into winter. Needs male pollenizer.

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    10 -20 ft
    8 -10 ft
  • Oakland Holly

    This holly has both male and female flowers and requires little or no maintenance. Prefers acidic soil for full, lustrous growth.

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    10 -20 ft
    12 -15 ft
  • Robin™ Holly

    Pyramidal holly with dark green leaves that turn maroon in the spring.

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    15 -20 ft
    12 -15 ft
  • Scepter Holly

    This fast growing holly keeps its red berries late into the winter.

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    20 -25 ft
    12 -15 ft
  • Foster Holly

    Small tree with berries that are produced late in the season creating winter interest.

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    20 -30 ft
    7 -10 ft
  • Savannah Holly

    Large upright shrub or tree ideal for creating a screen or hedge.

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    20 -30 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Chinese Flame Tree

    An all-season and very tidy shade tree.

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    20 -30 ft
    15 -20 ft
 
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