A North American native with shiny leaves that turn red to reddish purple in autumn, often decorated with dark blue-black fruit at the same time.
Korean Mountain Ash is covered with clusters of white flowers in the spring, bright red or orange fruit in summer and fall, and gray, beechlike bark in the winter.
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.
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.
Creeping mahonia is the 2009 Shrub of the Year, according to the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum.
This North American native fruit tree is cold-hardy and adaptable, has glossy dark green leaves, and bears delicious fruit every fall.
Clusters of yellow-green flowers about 6 inches long cover this tree in the late spring.
A charming little strawberry tree, with glossy evergreen leaves, rough red-brown bark, and urn-shaped white to pink flowers.
Bring a bit of the wilderness to your backyard without scaring the neighbors with this small native tree.