The Types of Red Berry Bushes?

Answer Bushes that produce red berries often attract beneficial wildlife species to the landscape. Many species of birds are attracted to red berries, and bees and butterflies visit the flowers that prece... Read More »

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How far apart should I plant berry bushes?

At least 2 feet, They will fill in on there own or you can continue to transplant after the first year.

When to Plant Beauty Berry Bushes?

The beautyberry, Callicarpa Americana, is a deciduous, native plant of the Atlantic and Gulf coastal plains of the United States. It is easy to grow and produces green leaves and vivid, pinkish-pur... Read More »

Planting a couple more Blue berry bushes..?

Plant them now that it is spring time. So they will have a chance to root well during the summer. Found this info on the internet.

How do I identify types of holly bushes?

English and American HollyLook for dark green, spiky leaves and bright red berries to identify English holly.Look for dark, thick leaves with small spines on the edges, an abnormally large size, a ... Read More »