During summer months, pink, lavender, or white flowers cover the bush mallow with color.
These shrubs are a favorite for attracting butterflies, as their common name suggests.
Bark is often an overlooked feature of trees, but you certainly won't miss the stunning bark of Amur chokecherry.
Black chokeberry provides landscape interest through the seasons.
As the days turn gray, this little bush heats up. Its nondescript light green leaves turn golden yellow and then drop, revealing bright yellow stems tipped in crimson.
American linden is a hardy shade tree with a broadened columnar form.
Spring, summer, fall, and winter-American cranberry bush has an ornamental feature for every season.
The arching stems of snowberries bear abundant fruit clusters for birds to feast on each fall.