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Flowers bloom in August and September in Michigan. Multiflora Rose (Rosa multiflora) Multiflora rose is a multi-stemmed shrub growing to 15 feet. Flowers are small, white to pink, and have a strong fragrance. Bright-red rose hips develop in the fall and persist into winter.

Feb 22, One of several native viburnums that add landscape beauty throughout the growing season. Offers creamy-white flower clusters in May and pinkish-rose and edible black fruit in early fall. Fall color is purplish to shining red.

Plants develop into a large shrub or can be trained into a small, informal tree.

Leaves divided into 5 to 11 sharply-toothed leaflets.

Best in full sun to moderate bushleaning.buzzted Reading Time: 7 mins. Native Plant Nursery Michigan Native Plants Database- you can search the database by a variety of criteria (height, flower color, flowering time, sun or shade, wet or dry, etc) and view our images and information about the plants. Red flowering shrubs look stunning when white flowering perennials or annuals are planted in front of them. Red flowering shrubs can be selected from several species, such as Azaleas, Quince (Chaenomeles), Freedom- Rose of Sharon, and Weigela.

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The flowering maple is known for its interesting, ornamental-looking leaves and red patterned flowers that hang gently. The plant got its name from the maple shape of its leaves. It will thrive in zones and will require partial sunlight. Burning bush is a hard to miss plant, as it gets bright red foliage during the autumn. It also bears reddish-orange berries during autumn. It can grow over 15 feet tall, and so needs to be pruned regularly. It blooms in April or early May in northern Michigan along with the Willows (Salix spp.) and soft maples.

This shrub gets shiny pendulous clusters of black berries, and has lustrous green leaves, and the flowers are white-pink in color, which grow in loose clusters.

Its leaf buds are small on brownish-red, shiny, stems. Staminate (male) flower buds are larger, cigar shaped, and at the branch tips. Staminate flowers form catkins mm [3/ inch] long.