Updated: Oct 17
With colors like “Goldflame Spirea,” “Korean Spice” and “Candy Apple,” now is the time to transform your home into a masterpiece of color using nine fall favorites from Wallitsch Garden Center.
Like a Monet, their colors range from brilliant to warm and glossy, creating lasting impressions for autumn. They also look great in spring and summer.
Gro-Low Fragrant Sumac
Spectacular and hardy with red, fragrant fall foliage. Use to front a border or as a durable groundcover. Partial to full sun. Up to 3 ft. tall and 8 ft. wide.
Chartreuse foliage turns to a brilliant coppery orange in the fall (not to mention rosy red summer flowers!) Partial to full sun. Up to 4 ft. tall and wide.
Brilliant Red Chokeberry
Improved, compact selection with white spring flowers followed by abundant glossy red fruit and brilliant red fall foliage. Partial shade to full sun. 8 ft. tall and wide.
Northland Midseason Blueberry
Anyone want a tall, dense, flowering and fruiting hedge that bursts into flaming hues in fall? Plant in mass for three seasons of thrills. Full sun. Up to 6 ft. tall and wide.
Candy Apple™ Hydrangea
After dazzling all summer, celebrates fall with foliage turning purple-red and blooms that dry to warm, soft pink. Partial shade to full sun. Up to 5 ft. tall and 4 ft. wide.
Henry’s Garnet Sweetspire
Eastern native that turns up the volume with brilliant red-purple fall foliage color that lasts into winter. Partial shade to full sun. Up to 6 ft. tall and wide.
Korean Spice Viburnum
Plant where you can enjoy both the fragrant spring flowers and rich burgundy fall foliage. Birds love the black berries. Partial to full sun. Up to 6 ft. tall and wide.
Fine Line® Fern Leaf Buckthorn
Narrow, columnar habit is fantastic for adding shape to the garden. Foliage turns yellow in fall. Non-invasive cultivar. Partial to full sun. Up to 7 ft. tall and 3 ft. wide.
Lovely in 3 seasons, plant this native in woodland or shade gardens or in shrub borders that need a color boost in fall. Partial to full sun. Up to 4 ft. tall and wide.
To read more about these fall shrubs visit monrovia.com.