Berberis thunbergii 'Admiration'

£12.99

From Tates of Sussex

Outdoor
Hardy
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Outdoor
Hardy

Why We Love It

Berberis thunbergii 'Admiration' has red leaves edged with yellow that turn a spectacular shade of bright red in autumn.

The small yellow flowers in spring are followed by small berries that vary from red to orange and intensify when the weather turns colder towards the end of the year.

How to Plant

Plant in the ground, in a bed or border.

Into the Ground

  1. Give your shrub a good water, so the plant is completely soaked through.
  2. Dig a hole a little deeper than pot depth and at least twice as wide.
  3. Tip the plant out of its pot, tease out a few roots.
  4. Place your shrub at the same level it was in its pot, and don’t bury any stems.
  5. Use your heel to firm the soil around the plant.

Into a Pot

  1. Give your shrub a good water, so the plant is completely soaked through.
  2. Dig a hole a little deeper than pot depth and at least twice as wide.
  3. Tip the plant out of its pot, tease out a few roots.
  4. Place your shrub at the same level it was in its pot, and don’t bury any stems.
  5. Use your heel to firm the soil around the plant.

Product Details

Effort Level
Looks after itself
Pot Diameter
19 cm
Pot Volume
3 l
Location
Border or bed
Flower Colour
Yellow
Current Height
25 - 45 cm
Eventual Height
200 cm
Eventual Spread
150 cm
Botanic Name
Berberis thunbergii f. atropurpurea 'Admiration'
Light Condition
Partial shade
Planting time
Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn
Lifecycle
Perennial
Code: SPRTL113074

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