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Beauty Berry

Beauty Berry

In fall the beauty berry is loaded with vivid magenta berries. Birds love the succulent fruit and strip the the bush in record tme!


Hawthorn Berries

Hawthorn Berries

Birds love these bright red berries. Cardinals start harvesting them early, even before the first frost.


Pink Camellia

Pink Camellia

The double pink blossoms provide a punch of color in the drab winter garden.


Azalea

Azalea

This is an azalea that blooms twice a year, in spring and fall. This picture was taken in Novemeber and you can see the bees enjoy the last of the nectar.


Grancy Graybeard Blossom

Grancy Graybeard Blossom

The blossoms on the grancy graybeard are white and look like fringe spiraling downward. That's the souce of its name, the flowers look a lot like a gray beard.


Grancy Graybeard Tree

Grancy Graybeard Tree

In spring, the grancy graybeard bursts into bloom. The branches look like they've been draped with a cloud of white cotton candy.


Hawthorn Blossoms and Bee

Hawthorn Blossoms and Bee

When the hawthorn is in bloom, it attracts droves of bees. Each tiny blossom will become a berry, ready in fall for feasting birds.


Hawthorn Berries

Hawthorn Berries

Bright red berries attract birds in the fall. Cardinals are especially fond of hawthorn berries.


Hawthorn Tree in Spring

Hawthorn Tree in Spring

The hawthorn is a real four season beauty. In May, it produces a profusion of white blossoms. The surrounding area is perfumed with a light sweet fragrance.


Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry

Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry

It's a beauty in fall and the plump berries attract birds in the spring.