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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    4-8
    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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    5-8
    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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    4-9
    6 -8 ft
    4 -6 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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    6-10
    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
  • 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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    6-9
    3 -4 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • American Purple Beautyberry

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

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    6-10
    4 -8 ft
    3 -6 ft
  • Sugar Hackberry
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    60 -80 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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    4-9
    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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    10 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Silky Dogwood

    An easy to grow native that is tolerant of wet areas.  Can be effecctively used in group plantings in wet soils where most other plants would not do well.

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    4-8
    6 -8 ft
    6 -8 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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    5-9
    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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    5-8
    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Persimmon

    Produces edible persimmon fruit.

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    4-9
    35 -60 ft
    25 -35 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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    4-9
    6 -8 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Little Miss Figgy Fig

    This Fig has a dwarf, compact habit yet still produces many fruit per season.

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    7-10
    4 -8 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Dwarf Burfordi Holly

    Compact, but still large evergreen shrub with red berries. More berries are produced with a pollenizer.

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    7-9
    8 -12 ft
    5 -8 ft
  • Needlepoint Holly

    Tough, tall evergreen ideal for the shrub border or as hedge. Heat and drought tolerant. 

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    7-9
    10 -20 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Gem Box Inkberry

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

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    5-9
    2 -3 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Shamrock Holly

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

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    5-9
    3 -5 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Delia Bradley

    A native, upright and pyramidal evergreen holly.

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    5-9
    20 -30 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Red Velvet American Holly

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

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    5-9
    25 -30 ft
    10 -15 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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    3-9
    8 -12 ft
    8 -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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    10 -20 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Golden Oakland™ Holly

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

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    12 -15 ft
    10 -12 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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    15 -20 ft
    10 -15 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
  • 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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    6-9
    20 -30 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Sweet Bay Magnolia

    Will grow in wet areas of the landscape.

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    25 -30 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Sweet Bay Magnolia

    Will grow in wet areas of the landscape.

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    25 -30 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Northern Belle Sweet Bay Magnolia

    This large semi-evergreen Magnolia can grow well in wet soils.

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    25 -30 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Wax Myrtle

    The scent of the foliage is most evident in the spring.

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    7-9
    10 -15 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Northern Bayberry
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    3-7
    5 -10 ft
    5 -10 ft
  • Nandina

    May die down to the ground in colder temperatures.

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    4 -6 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Chinese Pistache

    Durable, medium-sized tree with exceptional fall color

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    30 -35 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Sawtooth Oak

    Fruits heavily in alternate years.

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    5-9
    40 -60 ft
    30 -40 ft
  • White Oak

    Magnificent tree for a large area in the landscape.

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    4-9
    40 -90 ft
    50 -70 ft
  • Minor Hawthorn

    Versatile, easy-care shrub tolerates heat and humidity.

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    7-11
    4 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
 
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