Colours of Scotland - Autumn/Fall
- Berries

Here are a number of plants which not only provide lovely flowers in the spring and summer but also provide colourful berries at the end of the season.


Viburnum comes in many varieties. This one has showy white flowers in springtime and then produces these bright yellow berries in the autumn.

Rose of Sharon

The bright yellow flowers of the Rose of Sharon don't always produce berries but this one certainly does so!

Rose of Sharon

The Rose of Sharon is of course also known as Hypericum. With dead heading, the flowers come in succession - but then you may not get the benefit of the berries.


The "haws" from the hawthorn trees and bushes provide an extra source of food for the local birds.


Although associated more with Christmas time, the evergreen holly starts to produce its berries in early October.

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