Autumn Foliage Shrub hot colours


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Can anyone suggest for my garden

I have a space needing filled

And I would like to plant a shrub that has nice reds and oranges in the foliage.

I am under planting a space beside a neighbours conifer hedges at other side

I just want to hide their base.
 
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Although I can think many scotkat if you are looking for something that looks really stunning for most of the year as well as spectacular in the Autumn - any of the following would suit your purpose - especially as are all extremely versatile - as they can be grown either as a shrub, a small tree or cultivated into a hedge and work well with conifers too

Euonymus Alatus

Euonymus Alatus - Large.jpg


Euonymus Compactus " Little Moses "

Euonymus Alatus - Little Moses.jpg


Viburnum Plicatum " Mariesii "

Viburnum Plicatum - Mariesii 1.jpg


Viburnum Plicatum Mariesii 0.jpg


Cornus Kousa " Milky Way "

Cornus Kousa - Milky Way Dogwood.jpg


Forthergilla Gardenii

Fothergilla Gardenii.jpg


Forthergilla Major

Fothergilla Major - Witch-Alder.JPG
 
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Thankyou Gata really like the 1st one.

Thanks again for taking the time to share these with me.
 
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Thankyou Gata really like the 1st one.

Thanks again for taking the time to share these with me.

My pleasure - glad you like Euonymus Alatus as its my favorite too and have to say that the pictures I posted - don't really do it justice - as in real life its colors are way beyond magnificent :)
 

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