List of deciduous shrubs

Popular with applications landscaping shrubs are multi-stem plants ranging from small dense to be tall and thin. Shrubs do wonderful addition to places like parks, gardens, etc. due to their way of branch, flowers, falling leaves and twigs of color in winter.
They are basically of two Arbustos y matorrales evergreen and deciduous. Evergreen shrubs are subdivided according to their type of leaf, width and needle. These shrubs, as its name implies, are not subject to any seasonal change therefore having foliage throughout the year. Deciduous shrubs, by contrast, is characterized by the shedding of leaves or lose their foliage during the cold season or dry, depending on weather.

List

The following list includes the names of some common species of deciduous shrubs and color (leaves, flowers or fruit). The list does not follow any particular order.

Shrubbery

Color

Japanese Barberry

Reddish-purple foliage

Kelsey dogwood

Reddish-purple

Korean boxwood

Orange-brown winter

Dwarf Bush Honeysuckle

Bronze color in the spring and fall

Cranberry Cotoneaster

Red

Globe Caragana

Dark green foliage

Caragana pygmy

Grey-green foliage

Annabelle Hydrangea

Yellow-green

Daphne

Pink flowers

Dwarf Euonymus

Blue-green needle-like leaves

Alpine currant

Yellow

‘Grow-low sumac

Reddish-purple

Dwarf Snowflake Mock Orange

Fragrant white flowers

Potentilla

Green foliage

Hancock Coralberry

Blue green leaves

Black chokeberry

Orange-red

Bumald Spirea

Purple red foliage in autumn

Japanese Spirea White

The dark green leaves

Snowmound Spirea

Dull bluish green leaves

Butterfly bush

Purple

Dwarf Viburnum

Dark green foliage

Yucca

Greenish white flowers

Dwarf Burning Bush

Red

Flowering quince

Glossy dark green in spring

Azalea

Pink flowers

Korean barberry

Yellow flowers

‘Isanti’ dogwood

Reddish-purple

Bailey Compact American Cranberrybush

Network growth tips

Dwarf Korean Lilac (Palibin Dwarf

Tan-purple fall color

Vicary golden privet

Golden yellow foliage

Hardy Shrub Roses

All pinks

Threelobe Spirea

Bluish green leaves

Russian sage

Silvery-green or blue-gray foliage

Weigela

Deep green foliage flooded with red

Buffaloberry

Gray-green leaves

Cistena plum

Purple

Nanking cherry

white-pink flowers

Black chokeberry

Glossy dark green as the leaves of holly

Threeleaf sumac (skunkbush)

Yellow-orange-red

Golden Currant

Reddish-purple

Dwarf Arctic Willow

Green foliage

Hedge Cotoneaster (Beijing)

The shiny dark green leaves

Variegated Dogwood

Green leaves

Prairie Fire Gold Dogwood

Golden leaves and red twigs

Vanhoutte Spirea

Bronze

Snowberry

Bright green

‘Miss Kim lilac

Reddish-purple

Dogwood Yellowtwig

White-blue fruits

Serviceberry (Juneberry)

Yellow-orange-red

Forsythia

Yellow flowers

Galahad Mockorange

Dark green leathery foliage

Siberian peashrub

Yellow

Dwarf Ninebark

Green foliage

Peking Cotoneaster

Reddish-orange

Spindletree

Reddish-purple

Double Flowering Plum (Rose Tree of China)

Double pink flowers

Forsythia

Yelloish-purple

Purpleleaf Sandcherry (Prunus cistena)

Purple-red foliage

Beautybush

Bronze

Ash Leaf Spirea

Pink-red foliage

Cheyenne I privet

Deep green foliage

Van Houtte spirea

blue-green

Arrowwood Viburnum

Shiny dark green leaves

Common Ninebark

Yellowish-red

Nanking (Manchu) Cherry

Yellow

Common Caragana (Siberian peashrub)

Yellow pea-like flowers

American Cranberrybush Viburnum

The white flowers and red berries

Double Flowering Plum

Double pink flowers

Common chokecherry

Yellow

Sargent Cranberry

Red yellow fall color

Pagoda Dogwood

Pale yellow, blue-black flowers fruit

Columnar buckthorn (Tallhedge)

Yellow

Dogwood Redosier

White flowers and white berries

Smooth sumac

Reddish-orange

Siberian Dogwood

Light bluish white fruits

Staghorn sumac

Reddish-orange

American Viejo

Purple-black fruit

European Red Elder

Gold leaves stuffed

Pussywillow

Bluish gray

Old Gold

Yellow-green foliage

Chinese lila

Yellow

Canada lila

Yellow

Burkwood viburnum

Orange-red autumn foliage

Common (French Hybrid) Lila

Green foliage

Early Lila Korea

Red-purple fall color

Wayfaring tree viburnum

Purplish-bronze

Hybrid Preston Lila

Lime green foliage

Nannyberry viburnum

Red-orange-violet

Gold Mockorange

Yellow-green foliage

European Cranberrybush viburnum

Reddish-purple

Virginal Mockorange

Light gray to gray

Alleghany viburnum

Purplish-bronze

American Cranberrybush viburnum

Reddish-purple

Tamarisk

Pink flowers

Wayfaring tree Viburnum

white flowers and red berries

Columnar Buckthorn

Bright green foliage and red berries

Before concluding, you may want to take a quick look at the list of some deciduous trees too. Some of the names may seem familiar, while others do not. The list goes on . . .

Acer pentaphyllum

Acer palmatum

Acer buergerianum

Acer griseum

Acer rubescens

American Hornbeam

Amur MaplePyrus calleryana

Betula jacquemonti

Carpinus betulus

Cedrela sinensis

Cercis canadensis

Cercis siliquastrum

Catalpa bignonioides ‘Aurea’

Cercidphyllum japonicum

‘Morioka is crying’
Kousa Dogwood ‘Beni Fuji’

Khaki common

Dogwood

Davidia involucrata

Fagus sylvatica

Franklinia Alatamaha

Freeman maple

Enrique Arce

Heritage River Birch

Birch Japanese Whitespire

Cult Japanese maple

Laburnum vossii

Liriodendron tulipifera

Magnolia

Albizia julibrissin

Norway maple

Nyssa sinensis

Nyssa sylvatica

Oxydendrum

Pistacia chinensis

Parrotia persica

Pyrus calleryana

Red Maple

Stewartia monadelpha

Southern Sugar Maple

Trident Maple

Tatarian Maple

Three maple flowers

‘Winter King’ Hawthorne

European Beech purpleleaf

Yellow Wood

Although this article has covered the main species of deciduous shrubs are in the world, some names you might have missed. So if you happen to come across some that should have been included in the list, then let us know. Comment must always expect your precious comments. Health!

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