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Perfect addition to extend the color show in your garden and vase.
Beautyberry is a shrub prized for its showy fruit, but this one also sports beautiful purple foliage, all season long. With an upright growth habit, ‘Pearl Glam’ dazzles with its pink flowers but saves the best for last with an autumn display of bright-purple berries. A perfect addition to extend the color show in your garden. Pick a few stems to bring inside for the vase, too!
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Callicarpa, Pearl Glam is rated
2.5 out of
Rated 4 out of
Seeing improvement!I live in Vero Beach, Florida, zone 9b, where I've grown "regular" beautyberry without any problems---so even though this cultivar is listed only to zone 8, I thought I'd give it a try. The plant languished in partial shade most of its first 4 months, but I have seen some improvement recently, and the tiny blooms look as though they are going to be showy, colorful berries. I have kept the plant in a 6" pot, premium container mix with Osmocote mixed in, Miracle-Gro applied once/week, bright shifting shade, no pest proplems.
I am cautiously optimistic going into fall.
Date published: 2018-09-15
Rated 1 out of
Three months, zero colorPlanted in partial sun, with a drip line, room to grow and consistent attention, one survived. The branches have almost no buds, so the only value to the birds is using the branches to build nests.