Written on September 10, 2010 at 6:58 am , by Justin W. Hancock
The other day I took a picture of beautyberry from the Better Homes and Gardens Test Garden. Here’s another great shrub with fun fall fruits: Coralberry (Symphoricarpos). Native to areas of the North American Midwest, it features clusters of pink fruits in fall. It’s a tough plant that tolerates a wide range of conditions (though it does tend to produce suckers and want to form small thickets). It attracts birds and is great for use in fall flower arrangements!
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