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Rosa villosa Rosa villosa 

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This arching species rose bears two-inch blush pink single. apple-scented flowers, followed by large, persistent orange-red hips. Height 8 feet; spread 6 feet. 
Rosemary Rosemary   ca$á3.75  Buy Now 
This is the Rosemary of cooking, herbal lore and legend. Since it is attractive and drought tolerant, Rosemary is used as an ornamental plant in gardens and for xeriscape landscaping, especially in regions of Mediterranean climate. It is considered easy to grow and pest-resistant. Rosemary can grow... 
Rubus chamaemorus Rubus chamaemorus 

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Thick lobed rugose leaves on 30cm tall sub-shrub. In spring white flowers are followed by raspberry/salmonberry like fruits which start ripening mid August. Best picked when the colour transitions from red to a glowing apricot. Tart flavour that is somewhat like a creamsicle (vanilla and orange... 
Rubus parviflorus Rubus parviflorus 

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This dense shrub has palmate green leaves on canes without prickles and bears five-petalled white flowers with yellow stamens, followed by edible tart red fruits. Height and spread is 8 feet. 
Rubus phoenicolasius Rubus phoenicolasius 

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This deciduous shrub bears purplish-red to pink flowers followed by edible raspberry-like red fruits in summer. The biennial canes have fine red thorns. Height 9 feet; spread 3 feet. 
Rubus spectabilis Rubus spectabilis 

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This thicket-forming deciduous shrub has palmate leaves and bears purple-pink flowers, followed by edible orange-red berries. Height and spread of this British Columbia native species is 6 feet. 
Sambucus caerulea Sambucus caerulea 

  Syn. Sambucus cerulea
  Syn. Sambucus mexicana
  Syn. Sambucus nigra ssp. caerulea
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This upright deciduous shrub has pinnate leaves and bears cream-coloured flowers in flattened panicles, followed by spherical blue-black fruit. Height and spread is 10-20 feet. 
Sambucus nigra Sambucus nigra 

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The Latin name may come from sambuco--an ancient kind of harp, and gives us just a glimpse of the ancient ties this species has with humanity. Used for a wide variety of cures, ablutions, and even beauty treatments, the Black Elderberry is rich in vitamins and attributed with a wide assortment of... 
Sambucus racemosa Sambucus racemosa 

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This bushy deciduous shrub has arching shoots and pinnate leaves and bears small creamy yellow flowers in panicles in spring, followed by glossy round red fruit. Height and spread is 10 feet. 
Sarcococca confusa Sarcococca confusa 

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There are few plants that offer their blooms in the dead of winter, but this is one that does, and announces its presence with a hauntingly sweet scent. This rounded evergreen shrub bears fragrant white flowers in late winter, followed by glossy black fruit. Height 6 feet; spread 3 feet. 
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