Gardening Basics

Shrubs and Trees for Winter Color and Interest

If your garden's winter color palette consists mainly of brown, gray and white, consider adding a few of these ornamental beauties.

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Winterberry, a deciduous holly (Ilex vertillata) puts on an extraordinary show in winter, becoming the focus of the garden. How long the berries persist depends on temperature and how eagerly they're consumed by birds — typically they hold into early winter in the northern part of its range and till spring in the South. USDA Zones 3-9

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