Red maple is highly valued as a landscape tree for its.
Not planted enough, this small tree features white spring flowers, purple to black edible fruit (rivals blueberry), red fall foliage and soft gray bark. Height: 25 ft. Spread: 25 ft. Developed for fruit production, the shrub form 'Regent' (Amelanchier alnifolia ‘Regent’) is an excellent addition to a home landscape.
Requires soil pH 7.
Height: 6 ft. Spread: 6 ft. 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.
Japanese spindle evergreen shrubs have cheerful yellow and soft green foliage.
Also called American cranberrybush, this native shrub (Viburnum opulus var. americanum) grows throughout Minnesota except the southwest and a few counties elsewhere.
It thrives in moist, well-drained forests and thickets, especially in clearings and edges, and also grows in swampy areas, next to streams and lakes, and on riverbanks. Serviceberry, or juneberry, is a shrub or small tree native to Minnesota. This plant provides interest to the yard all year long. This plant provides interest to the yard all year long. Tatarian dogwood has colorful winter bark and provides a popular fruit for songbirds. Oct 02, Shiny blue or turquoise fall berries framed by scarlet calyxes form in late summer and hang on after leaves drop.
This deciduous shrub reaches 10 to 15 feet tall and wide. Partial shade. Zones(find your climate zone); can be grown in zones 5 and 6 but may freeze to the stumplopping.clubted Reading Time: 3 mins.