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January 21, 2018

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Bittersweet Vine Celastrus
1. Diana
Bittersweet's attraction as garden plants lies in their ornamental autumn fruits - orange berries with yellow centers - which split when ripe to reveal colorful seeds. Plant at least one male ('Hercules') with several females to ensure fruit production.   Click to display 'Diana' tag image 36' n/a 3-8 10" Terra Cotta w/ Trellis
2. Hercules
Bittersweet's attraction as garden plants lies in their ornamental autumn fruits - orange berries with yellow centers - which split when ripe to reveal colorful seeds. Plant at least one male ('Hercules') with several females to ensure fruit production.   Click to display 'Hercules' tag image 36' n/a 3-8 10" Terra Cotta w/ Trellis
Celastrus scandens 'Bailumn'
3. First Editions® Autumn Revolution™
Bittersweet is the poster berry of fall decorating. It's endangered in the wild and you're prohibited from picking it. But you can grow it. Autumn Revolution™ is so named because although bittersweet has always been dioiscious, Autumn Revolution™ has mostly perfect flowers, meaning it has both male and female parts - which means you only need one plant to get these gorgeous berries. No cross pollination is needed. But why stop at one?   Click to display 'First Editions® Autumn Revolution™' tag image 15'-25' 36"-48" 2-8 10" Terra Cotta w/ Trellis

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