Beautyberry: You Can Grow That
In early spring, you should do a rejuvenation pruning -- meaning cut it all back to about 6".
|Beautyberry in flower|
The shrub is famous for its amethyst-purple berries. Recent introductions also include white and pink berry versions. There is a small trial garden at the US National Arboretum in Washington, DC, that is worth visiting this time of year to view the different cultivars and to decide which ones you'd like to add to your home garden.
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