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Comptonia peregrina Comptonia peregrina 

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A small shrub with attractive foliage, the leaves emit a sweet aromatic odour, especially when crushed. 
Coprosma brunnea Coprosma brunnea 

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This is a low growing, mat-forming shrub that is dioecious - requiring separate male and female plants for berry production. The small leaves, to 1cm(1/2in) long are arranged along wiry tangled stems. The translucent, almost opalescent berries appear on the female plants in the fall. 
Cornus poliophylla Cornus poliophylla 

  Syn. Cornus schindleri subsp. poliophylla
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This rare deciduous shrub grows to 12 feet tall and wide. It has red twigs and bears corymbs of white flowers in July, August, followed by clusters of blue-black fruit. 
Corynabutilon vitifolium Corynabutilon vitifolium 

  Syn. Abutilon vitifolium
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A small to medium sized deciduous shrub that can grow fairly rapidly when given favourable conditions. The velvet covered pale green leaves are attractive in their own right, but it is the large pale mauve flowers, produced abundantly in early summer, that really steal the show. Height to 15 feet;... 
Cotinus coggygria Cotinus coggygria 

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Bushy deciduous shrub or small tree with oval green leaves that turn yellow, orange and red in autumn. The fruiting panicles turn gray and give the appearance of a smokey haze over the plant --hence its common name of smoketree. Height and spread up to 15 feet. 
Cotoneaster splendens Cotoneaster splendens 

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This deciduous shrub has arching branches and rounded glossy green leaves that turn red in fall. In early summer, pink-suffused white flowers appear, followed by round orange fruit. Height 6 feet; spread 8 feet. 
Crataegus douglasii Crataegus douglasii 

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Large shrub or small tree with thorny branches that bears white corymbs of flowers in spring, followed by black fruit. Fruits were a food source for Native American peoples; thorns were used as fish hooks. 
Cydonia oblonga Cydonia oblonga 

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A large shrub or small tree to 20ft., the Quince is an excellent choice for almost any garden. The aromatic fruit has a vaguely citrus-like scent and is rich in pectin for making fine traditional jellies. The fruit, with a somewhat gritty texture like a pear, turns deep pink when cooked. It has a... 
Daphne mezereum Daphne mezereum 

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This upright deciduous shrub has gray-green leaves and produces clusters of fragrant purplish-pink flowers before the leaves in late winter and early spring, followed by round red fruit. 4 feet height;3 feet spread. 
Daphne mezereum 'Alba' Daphne mezereum 'Alba' 

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This upright deciduous shrub has gray-green leaves and produces clusters of fragrant white flowers before the leaves in late winter and early spring, followed by round red fruit. 4 feet height;3 feet spread. 
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