Answer: Here are a few suggestions:
Crimson Pygmy Barberry, A dwarf, compact shrub with outstanding deep red to burgundy foliage. It is ideal as an accent or facer plant where color is needed. Height 1-2', Spread 2-3'.
Rudy Haag Burning Bush, A true compact form with the same wonderful fall color. Height 3-5', Spread 3-5'
VIKING BLACK CHOKEBERRY (Aronia melanocarpa 'Viking'), A new introduction of Black Chokeberry that tends to be more vigorous and carry a larger leaf. It is a spreading, multi-stemmed shrub with glossy, dark green foliage turning red to purple in fall. Adapted to wet lowland areas. The white flowers in May are followed by clusters of purple-black fruit. Effective in winter, since the fruit is astringent tasting and avoided by birds till later into the winter. Height 3-5', Spread 3-5'
NIKKO DEUTZIA (Deutzia gracilis 'Nikko') A small spreading shrub which is covered with petite, white flowers in late spring. Best suited for use as a ground cover, facer or massing in a border. Rich green foliage turning a deep burgundy or wine color in fall. Not recommended for northern gardens. Height 18-30", Spread 4-6'.
Hope one of these suggestions is just right for your landscape.
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