BERRY POPPINS WINTERBERRY
‘Berry Poppins’ gives us the things we love about winterberry without taking up all the yard space of most other varieties . This deciduous plant will drop its leaves in fall, exposing heavy clusters of brilliant red berries that will stand out in the winter landscape. A male variety, like Mr. Poppins, will need to be planted within 50 feet as a pollinator. Regular pruning can diminish flowers and fruit, but older stems should be pruned out to promote new growth which will berry more heavily.