Berberis thunbergii Red Pillar, commonly known as Japanese Barberry, is a narrow erect shrub (max height 1.2m/3.9ft, spread 30cm/0.9ft) with purple-red leaves turning bright red in autumn. Wonderful pale yellow flowers with red undertones in March and April are followed by glossy red fruit May time. Suits a spot in full sun or partial shade.
Berberis thunbergii Helmond Pillar
This narrow upright shrub has dark purple-red leaves turning bright red in autumn, red-tinged pale yellow March to April followed by glossy red fruit from May.
Berberis thunbergii Admiration
A great new Berberis with glossy, oval leaves which are a vibrant contrast of purple-orange-red with a yellow edging. Delicate pale pink flowers appear through the summer. Great for the border or a container, planted in full sun for the best results.
Berberis thunbergii Red Chief
A spreading shrub with purple leaves and crimson-red young, arching, stems with thorns. Pale yellow flowers in April and May are followed by glossy red fruits in June. Provides excellent autumn colour and will suit a spot in partial shade.