Early Amethyst Beautyberry - Callicarpa - Shrub/Bonsai - 4" Pot

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Spring Callicarpa Early Amethyst
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Early Amethyst Beauty Bush - Callicarpa dichotoma 'Early Amethyst' Family: Verbenaceae (Callicar-pa: Greek for beautiful fruit) Bright purple berries appear earlier than other varieties providing more enjoyment. Brought to our attention by the Arnold Arboretum. Zone 5-9 Height: 3-4 feet Full sun Unique Bonsai
  • Hardy zones 5-9
  • Height: 3-4 feet
  • Prefers sun or part-sun
  • Easy to grow
  • Immediate shipping: Size shipped: 4" pot


  • 5

    Posted by Donita Kordonowy on Jun 8th 2020

    I bought two plants - they came in healthy and doing well (time will tell though). I was impressed with how fast I received my order. And it looks like I may even see berries on one of them yet ...

  • 4
    Arrived in beautiful condition

    Posted by Barbara on May 12th 2020

    I had actually planted a couple of these last fall and didn't think they survived the winter and just bought two more. When I went to plant the new ones, I saw that the fall plantings were indeed starting to come up. Yay, now I will have double!

  • 5
    Arrived in beautiful condition

    Posted by Barbara on Oct 8th 2019

    Very healthy plant arrived. It's been in the ground for about a week and is doing well. Cant wait to see it come up next year. Everything I have purchased from Hirts has done well for me.

  • 5
    Great plants, great service.

    Posted by Jan on Jul 9th 2018

    Wow, I was impressed. My order arrived in perfect shape. It came from Ohio, where it's been unbearably hot, all the way to WA state, arriving on the day expected. I was concerned that they'd be in bad shape being shipped at this time of year. The plants were so well packed that even the fact that the box had been slightly crushed on one end did not damage them. They looked great. I transplanted them from 4" pots to one gallon pots after soaking them awhile, and there was not even a second of transplant shock. They weren't root bound so the roots separated easily. It's been several days now, and they look beautiful. Thank you!

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