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Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry

Callicarpa dichotoma 'Early Amethyst'
    4 reviews
Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry
Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry
Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry
Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry
Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry
Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry
Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry
Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry
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Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry

Callicarpa dichotoma 'Early Amethyst'
    4 reviews

Perfect purple accent shrub that explodes with color in the fall.

  • Perfect purple accent shrub that explodes with color in the fall.
  • Maintains a compact and uniform shape.
  • Adds interest to your garden, birds love it.
  • Great for making jelly
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The Japanese beautyberry is much like the American Beautyberry except it is much smaller and easier to maintain.

As its leaves emerge in the spring, berries will start to cover the stems of this plant. As the berries grow larger, the weight starts to weep the branches really making this plant unique.

During the summer months, the Early Amethyst berries start to turn lilac purple. As fall approaches and leaves start to drop, the colors serve great interest! Fall is the best time for this plant to really show off. It's definitely a must have for any garden or landscape.

Plant as a specimen, in masses, or in a hedge. Flowers bloom on new wood. Expect about 3-4 feet when mature.

Early Amethyst Japanese Beautyberry FAQ

Are The Berries On This Bush Edible?

Beautyberries are a source of food for birds and deer but can be consumed by humans as well in small amounts. These berries are best know for making jelly and wine.

Where Should I Plant A Japanese Beautyberry?

Pick a spot with well drained soil and full sun to part shade conditions in grow zones 5-8.

How Fast Does This Shrub Grow?

Grows at a medium to fast rate of 12-24 inches per year to a mature height of 2-4 feet.

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Growing Zones 5-8
Shipping Restriction AZ
Soil Type Well Drained
Sunlight Full, Partial
Drought Tolerance Good
Mature Height 3-4 Feet
Mature Width 4-5 Feet
Growth Rate fast
Fall Color Purple
Bloom Color Purple

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