Callicarpa Profusion - 9cm Potted Shrub Growing Chart
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Callicarpa Profusion - 9cm Potted Shrub
- Purple amethyst-like berries every year
- Lilac starry flowers every summer
- Shrubs hold onto beautiful berries through the winter
- Stems great for winter vase displays
- Fully hardy in the UK
- Bronze leaves in spring turn to deep green in summer and to purple in autumn.
- 9cm pot plant, delivered to your door
Introduce Callicarpa Profusion to your garden, a hardy and attractive shrub that shows off clusters of amethyst-purple berries through the autumn and winter from starry violet flowers produced every summer.
The leaves appear from spring on this tough shrub as bronze-purple in colour and turn to deep green as the season goes on into summer. In summer the deep green leaves turn gradually into plum-purple before falling and revealing an evocative silhouette of branches in the winter.
The beautiful rare purple berries remain on the stems through autumn and into winter where they add colour to the winter garden and provide a good source of bird food to berry-eating garden birds like thrushes and blackbirds.
Underplant your Callicarpa shrub with spring-flowering bulbs like snowdrops and daffodils. The intense colours highlight the stems in winter before the leaves unfurl in spring.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x 9cm Potted Shrub
- Height Up To: 1.5m (5ft)
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