Plants By Type
Wineberry plants can grow to become shrubs several feet tall. They produce tiny white flowers in the spring and in summer they give way to tiny berries. These can be found growing wild in wooded areas at the edge and also close to streams. This one can grow well in various soils and also does well in full sunlight. They thrive in USDA climate zones three through eleven. They can grow to become very thick and dense if they are not pruned regularly. They also attract birds that love to feast on the berries. These plants originated in Japan and China.