“Marina” bears pink flowers in fall that yield an abundance of small, red or reddish-yellow flowers in fall or winter. It grows in USDA zones 9 through Bears Fragrant Flowers. Sep 21, The common pink flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) is also available with white bracts.
The leaves turn red in the fall, along with bright red oblong fruit. The berries of this dogwood are not edible. The smaller Japanese dogwood (Cornus kousa) has smaller bracts, but more of them. The burgundy berries of kousa dogwood are edible for birds and humans.
Its mature size of 3 to 6 feet tall and wide makes it a good choice for small yards, and it is hardy in zones 6 through
This dogwood tree has a four-season interest with its canopy of elegantly tiered branches covered with star-like pink blooms in the spring. It has round orange-red fruit, and oval, mid-green summer leaves that turn bright red for fall color, and attractive winter bushleaning.barted Reading Time: 9 mins. Arum italicum, Italian arum, Zones An interesting woodland plant to grow for its leafless stalk of red autumn berries in late summer and fall that look like little ears of Indian corn on a stick.
Leaves follow the berries and remain all winter. Berberis thunbergii, Japanese barberry, Zones