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  • Berberis (Barberry)
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Deciduous Shrubs

Shifts color and texture with the seasons

These shrubs change throughout the seasons, often shifting color and losing leaves throughout the fall, then turning green again next year! Like other shrubs, these many-stemmed plants can give wonderful structure to your garden. But deciduous shrubs are particularly enthralling because they go through color and textural changes throughout the seasons, keeping your garden visually interesting all year long. From color-changing Hydrangeas to beautiful blossoming Crapemyrtles, our selection of deciduous shrubs has just the right plants to add structure and visual interest to your garden.