Crimson Pygmy Barberry Perennial - Berberis - Very Hardy - 4" Pot

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  • Hardy in zones 4-9
  • Prefers full sun
  • Hieght: 18-24 inches
'Crimson Pygmy' (syn. atropurpurea 'Nana') Dense, low spreading, compact form and dark burgundy foliage. AWARDS: AGM, Zone 4, 18-24 inches, gr 1.5, Full sun.Smaller, dwarf version of the original Red Barberry. Nice dark blood red leaves keep their color all the way from spring till frost. Has a neat, compact, round growth habit. Makes an excellent foreground plant, or for use as a smaller, lower growing border / edging planting. Makes a great little low growing "barbed fence" when planted in hedge type applications ( approx 2-3 ft apart ). Maintains a generally rounded, globe shape naturally, but looks especially nice & neat if kept trimmed throughout the growing season. Burgundy red color is best displayed in full sun planting locations....will fade to green with touches of burgundy in shady spots, or locations with less than adequate sun exposure. Fall color is more of a bright red than burgundy, with leaves eventually falling off in late fall - exact timing will vary depending on just what part of the country you are in.

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'Crimson Pygmy' (syn. atropurpurea 'Nana') Dense, low spreading, compact form and dark burgundy foliage. AWARDS: AGM, Zone 4, 18-24 inches, gr 1.5, Full sun.Smaller, dwarf version of the original Red Barberry. Nice dark blood red leaves keep their color all the way from spring till frost. Has a neat, compact, round growth habit. Makes an excellent foreground plant, or for use as a smaller, lower growing border / edging planting. Makes a great little low growing "barbed fence" when planted in hedge type applications ( approx 2-3 ft apart ). Maintains a generally rounded, globe shape naturally, but looks especially nice & neat if kept trimmed throughout the growing season. Burgundy red color is best displayed in full sun planting locations....will fade to green with touches of burgundy in shady spots, or locations with less than adequate sun exposure. Fall color is more of a bright red than burgundy, with leaves eventually falling off in late fall - exact timing will vary depending on just what part of the country you are in. 'Crimson Pygmy' (syn. atropurpurea 'Nana') Dense, low spreading, compact form and dark burgundy foliage. AWARDS: AGM, Zone 4, 18-24 inches, gr 1.5, Full sun.Smaller, dwarf version of the original Red Barberry. Nice dark blood red leaves keep their color all the way from spring till frost. Has a neat, compact, round growth habit. Makes an excellent foreground plant, or for use as a smaller, lower growing border / edging planting. Makes a great little low growing "barbed fence" when planted in hedge type applications ( approx 2-3 ft apart ). Maintains a generally rounded, globe shape naturally, but looks especially nice & neat if kept trimmed throughout the growing season. Burgundy red color is best displayed in full sun planting locations....will fade to green with touches of burgundy in shady spots, or locations with less than adequate sun exposure. Fall color is more of a bright red than burgundy, with leaves eventually falling off in late fall - exact timing will vary depending on just what part of the country you are in.

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May order again - depends on if my bushes survive

I ordered (4) Crimson Pygmy Barberry Perennials. The ad states that the pots are 4" thinking that this meant 4" across and not 4" deep. Instead, when I opened the box, I received (4) 2" w by 4" h potted bushes. I paid approx. $11 each expecting a plant larger than 2.5" tall. They are so small and can barely see them. If anything, I feel that I was mislead and $6 for this size would be more reasonable. Not to mention, I have been nursing one of the bushes (dried out - wilting). I'm hoping that these plants will bounce back and enjoy the Florida weather since the ad also states that they are very hardy. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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