This upright, multi-stemmed bush grows from 8-10’. It has a cluster of pink buds that change to white, aromatic flowers in April. It is well known for its spicy fragrance. The leaves are dark green above and light gray brown beneath. Its fruit is a small, red drupe that changes to black. This hybrid was developed in England.
This shrub is an old favorite. It gives a wonderful spring show of long-lasting, 2 1/2-3”, apple-green blossoms that change to white. This is an upright, rounded shrub with arching branches of green-leafed stems. Some leaves show fall coloring and others drop without color change. It can grow from 8-12’ with an equally wide spread. Native: Europe, northern Africa, and northern Asia.
This rounded, dense shrub grows 4-5’ and sometimes to 8’. The dark-green leaves have a satiny sheen and become reddish to wine in the fall. The fragrant flowers are pink to reddish in bud, but open white in late April to early May. The small fruits are egg shaped, flattened, and red. The fruit changes to black in August and September. Native: Korea.