Hypericum species are quite variable in habit, occurring as trees, shrubs, annuals, and perennials. Trees in the sense of single stemmed woody plants are rare, as most woody species have multiple stems arising from a single base. Hypericum berries have a wide range of colors including white, green, pink, red, and so on.
Hypericum derives its name from a Greek word that means, “Resembling Heather”. It can also be called the “Coffee Bean Berry”. Meaning of Hypericum Berries. Since this plant is known for its healing properties to fight depression and calm anxiety, it is can be associated with good health. Hypericum is best known as St. John's Wort to gardeners and florists. Many species may be called St. John's Wort as it is a common name. It is available nearly worldwide and is adaptable to almost anywhere.