American Beautyberry is a showy, upright, spreading, deciduous shrub that, in mid summer, produces pale pink flowers. In the Autumn, the American Beautyberry freely produces dark violet berries. Berries are edible. Many folks made home-made jelly out of the berries.
When cut, berry stalks are equally beautiful (or perhaps more so) in arrangements. For example, participants in our wreath-making workshops (just after Thanksgiving) love them as accents tucked among evergreen boughs.
*Deer May Browse the Berries*
Photo courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, NC
4' - 6'
4' - 6'
Upright & Arching
Primary Foliage Color
Seasonal Foliage Color
Sun to Partial Shade
Average:Prepare planting area for adequate drainage.