Evergreen, multi-stemmed shrub with upright stems and compound, bamboo-like foliage. Green foliage has a reddish tint in the spring, blue-green color through the summer, and purplish-red in the fall and winter. Pink buds open to small white flowers with yellow centers in the spring. These flower clusters turn to red berry bunches in the fall and winter. Berries add some color and interest to the garden in the middle of winter.
Compact, evergreen shrub with thin leaves, giving it a lacy appearance. New foliage has a coppery color, then matures to green. Pink buds open to white flowers with yellow centers in the spring. Fall brings on a reddish purple color to the leaves and clusters of red berries.
Evergreen, fine-textured shrub with upright stems that resemble bamboo. Leaves are delicate, glossy green in summer and reddish purple in winter. Pinkish flowers in the spring mature into red berries by the fall and persist through the winter.
Evergreen shrub with fiery red new foliage in the spring that changes to a lush green in summer. Red highlights reappear in fall and winter as the colder weather begins. Small white flowers may sometimes appear amidst the foliage. (Occasionally listed as 'Sierra Sunrise', which is the same plant).