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Fall-flowering favorites, as well as choices for beautiful autumn foliage, berries, and seeds, that will keep the color alive in your garden this fall.
The eccentric blue-green leaves, the miniature red and orange trumpets, and the small red berries make this a showy, sassy climber.
The compound leaves of this suckering shrub are yellow to golden-green, and it carries clusters of fragrant white flowers in spring and red berrylike fruits in the fall.
Bright green flower spikes that appear on graceful, nodding stems above clumps of bluish-green leaves.
Fusarium wilt, like the related verticillium wilt, is caused by fungi, which enter the plant through its roots.
A North American native that offers edible fruit, pretty green leaves that turn red-purple in fall, and yellow spring flowers with a strong spicy fragrance.
A large, fast-growing, vase-shaped tree with gray bark and fringed, delicate, mimosa-like leaves.
A twining parasitic annual found throughout the world that infests both agricultural fields and home gardens.