S= To 25
M= 25-40 L = 40 and taller D = Drought tolerant when established. P = Pest
Japanese, Trident - S, Red Maples October Glory, Autumn Blaze & Autumn Fantasy
all mostly red colors with other colors mixed in.
- Raywood burgundy color, M
long lasting yellow L, P
(Lagerstroemia) - reds, oranges S,
reds, orange, burgundy, yellow. Clones available. L
(Nyssa) coppery red- M
Pistache (Pistachia) mostly red, but can be orange & yellow. Attractive
fruit. M, D, P
(Pyrus) - Bradford, Aristocrat, Autumn Blaze reds & orange. M
Scarlet, Red, Pin Oaks red to dark red. Some leaves hang on. L
Tree (Sapium) consistently red. M
reds and oranges, orange fruit. S
- Eastern, Kousa, Western, Redtwig Dogwoods, Reds to pink, yellow S
Smoke Tree (Cotinus)
yellow to orange red S, D, P
Eastern, Western Redbuds yellow to reds, S, Western is D
or less) VINES GROUNDCOVERS
Barberry (Berberis) Pygmy, Rose Glow, Red-leaf purple leaves turn to red
Many varieties reds to oranges to yellow
colored fruit is red to orange
Colored fruit is red, Rock Cotoneaster has red leaves
(Euonymous) rosy bright red
fortunea) Emerald n Gold, Emerald Gaiety evergreen but turn reddish.
(Nandina) many varieties mostly reds especially with sun, evergreen P. D
Cranberry Bush, Snowball Bush, Doublefile, etc. reds with some red fruit
Hybrids) deciduous, orange red to maroon
(Ceratostigma) groundcover, bronzy red in winter
Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus) decid. Vine or groundcover, bright red in
mostly yellow, some varieties have red color especially Fantasy, a seedless
Anthony Waterer, Goldflame, Limemound deciduous, orange red.
(Sedum) succulent groundcover Dragons Blood gets reddish in winter.
yellow flowers in fall to spring. Hot weather will stop the blooming.
Fall color into Winter and early Spring
Calendula Snapdragon Stock Flowering
Viola Dianthus Pansy
Alyssum Sweet Pea Cyclamen Iceland Poppy