Oakleaf hydrangeas can be tall, up to 8 feet at maturity, so keep that in mind when you select a planting site. Southern gardeners can plant oakleaf hydrangeas in part sun (4-plus hours of sunlight) locations, while Northern gardeners can plant in full sun. Check plant tags, but most oakleaf hydrangea cultivars are reliable in hardiness zones 5 to 9.
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. Sep 25, 12 Fast-Growing Shrubs to Plant This Fall This shrub is a great choice for beginner gardeners, as it thrives in many soil types, and is drought-tolerant once bushlop.buzz: Jennifer Noonan.
Oct 12, Here are a few shrubs recommended not only for their autumn appeal but other seasons of interest as well: Witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) is the perfect autumn shrub, turning golden-yellow in fall and even bearing yellow spider-y flowers in late winter.
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It also needs moist, acidic soil to grow. 6. American Beautyberry. This is a shrub that has beautiful purple berries. It does well in rich, organic soil that has a lot of nutrients. It also needs to be well-draining because this plant will need a lot of water in Florida. It prefers to grow in full-sun conditions. 7.