This deciduous shrub has oval leaves that turn bright red or yellow in autumn. Bears pure white flowers in racemes up to 3 inches long in late spring, followed by small purple-black fruit. Height and spread 12 feet. With a sweet nutty taste, the fruits have long been eaten by Canada's Aboriginal...
This upright deciduous shrub has gray-green leaves and produces clusters of fragrant purplish-pink flowers before the leaves in late winter and early spring, followed by round red fruit. 4 feet height;3 feet spread.
This is a low growing, mat-forming shrub that is dioecious - requiring separate male and female plants for berry production. The small leaves, to 1cm(1/2in) long are arranged along wiry tangled stems. The translucent, almost opalescent berries appear on the female plants in the fall.
Bushy deciduous shrub or small tree with oval green leaves that turn yellow, orange and red in autumn. The fruiting panicles turn gray and give the appearance of a smokey haze over the plant --hence its common name of smoketree. Height and spread up to 15 feet.
Pyramidal evergreen shrub with lance-shaped glossy green leaves. The leaves are anise-scented and deer-resistant. Bears star-shaped pink to crimson flowers in late spring, followed by red-brown star-shaped fruit. 6-8 feet height and spread.