This is a vase shaped shrub, branching from the base, 6-10 ft in height, with touches of red in every season including; white flowers with red stamens in spring, orange/red fall foliage and clusters of Black edible berries in fall and winter.
Trailing in habit, this is a good addition to the rock garden, as a border in hot, dry areas, groundcover, and in containers. Mature foliage has a purple hue that overcasts the dusty, blue for a nice contrast. Good color even when not in bloom.
This old-fashioned flowering shrub will bring back memories of springtime visits to grandmas house! In early spring, the branches will be covered with fully double pink blooms making quite a sight and filling the air with it’s delicate scent
Evergreen trailing perennial, up to 4 inches tall makes a wonderful groundcover and accent for rock gardens and containers. Especially effective in a whiskey barrel as it will cascade over the sides. Tolerant of dry conditions and very hardy.