Can anyone identify this shrub? It has oval shaped maroon/burgundy colored leaves and is about 4 feet tall. It is currently planted in a partly shady spot in very wet, clay soil. This may be why it is sparse and not full. I would like to move it to a full sun location in soil with no clay. I need some advice. Thank you in advance for all replies.
It looks like a young Lagerstroemia- Better known as a Black Diamond shell pink Crape Myrtle. This is a young one , the foliage is a rich deep burgandy color and produces pink or white flowers. Because this is a young one, it may take 3 to 5 years to flower.
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Can anyone identify this? It has dark burgundy colored oval leaves, and tiny white or light pink flowers that I think only appear during the spring. The leaves completely fall off this in the fall. This is a picture from today, so the leaves have not fully come out for the spring. Thank you in advance for any responses.
The flowers have five petals, so this is not Cornus florida (Flowering dogwood).
This is from genus Prunus.
It seems to me that tree is not so big and the flowers are not as large as those of Prunus cerasifera Nigra www.alamy.com/
What is the name of this flowering shrub or small tree? It is growing in California in my yard. I planted it, but can't remember what it's called.
Minerva Rose of Sharon Althea - This pinkish/lavender flower blooms, shrub, It is drought tolerant and deer resistant!
I have a large green bush that has white flowers in the spring and yellowish green leaves in the summer. Right now it is developing big fuzzy pods that will turn red. Does anyone know what kind of shrub this is?
Hardiness Zone: 6a
By Louise MacDonald from Detroit, MI
I need a picture to tell what kind of plant or shrub you have. You might find it online by asking/searching for pictures of flowers or shrubs. Good luck.