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The underlying rosy hue of dogwood branches provides bright landscape color.

Pagoda or alternate leaf dogwood is a Minnesota native. Creamy white blossoms on horizontal branches light up the woods in May, and lead to attractive blue fruits in the fall. Unfortunately, the trees are highly susceptible to Cryptodiaporthe canker, a problem identified more than a century ago.

Sep 11, The Daphne shrub is flowering shrub that adds a delicate texture to your landscape. The Carol Mackie variety has outstanding variegated leaves of gold and green.

During May and June, it has star-shaped pale pink flowers that have a rich fragrance. In the fall, it has small red, non-edible treelop.buzzted Reading Time: 7 mins. Sep 23, Bearberry Cotoneaster. This handsome shrub is evergreen, with white berries that appear in spring and turn red in time for fall.

The foliage puts on a show as well, turning red-bronze in fall, and back to green by spring. Drape the Bearberry Cotoneaster over a rock wall or fence, and it really dresses things up! treelop.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins. The Latham raspberry propelled Minnesota to be the third-ranked state in the U.S.

in raspberry acreage by the s, with a crop value of more than a million dollars annually. Still available today, it is widely grown in the colder areas of North America and Europe. Sep 14, Barberry is a deciduous shrub that really embraces the jewel tones of fall.

Its leaves turn shades of red, orange, yellow, and purple. They also have large red berries that will hang on for a long time, providing winter interest as well. Barberry is low maintenance and fairly deer-resistant. For berries well before and after autumn, plant Gin Fizz juniper. This distinguished evergreen was selected for its abundant crop of hard blue fruits that nestle among the foliage from early summer all through winter.

Juniper berries are, of course, the main flavoring in gin, and they have a host of other aromatic and culinary use as well.