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Oemleria cerasiformis Oemleria cerasiformis 

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This arching, thicket-forming deciduous shrub has glossy dark green leaves and bears small, bell-shaped almond-scented white flowers in early spring. Flowers are followed by plum-like purple-black fruit about 3/4 inches long. Height and spread 8-12 feet. 
Oplopanax horridus Oplopanax horridus 

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This erect, spiny deciduous shrub related to ginseng is significant for aboriginal peoples for its medicinal and protective qualities. It has large maple-shaped leaves with many spines on the underside. The shrub's stems have numerous yellowish spines. Bears pyramidal terminal clusters of small... 
Paeonia delavayi Paeonia delavayi 

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This species has been used extensively over the centuries in hybridisation in China, Japan and Europe. A small to medium sized shrub, rarely exceeding 3m ( 10ft ) in height with an equal spread, this peony is an attractive addition to any garden. 
Paeonia delavayi 'ludlowii' Paeonia delavayi 'ludlowii' 

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Upright, sparsely-branched deciduous tree peony with dark green leaves that are deeply cut into pointed lobes. Bears single cup-shaped yellow flowers. Height and spread is 5 feet. 
Parahebe lyallii Parahebe lyallii 

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This semi-evergreen prostrate shrub has leathery dark green leaves and bears saucer-shaped white to pink flowers in summer. Height 10 inches; spread 20 inches. Suits a gravel garden or rock garden. 
Penstemon fruticosus Penstemon fruticosus 

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This evergreen subshrub has elliptic green leaves and bears funnel-shaped purplish-blue flowers in late spring to early summer. Height and spread is 16 inches. Suits a rock garden. 
Penstemon hirsutus 'pygmaeus' Penstemon hirsutus 'pygmaeus' 

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Mat-forming evergreen sub-shrub with purple-tinted, dark green leaves that bears loose racemes of funnel-shaped pale violet flowers with white throats in summer. Height 4 inches. 
Phlomis fruticosa Phlomis fruticosa 

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This low-growing evergreen shrub is easy to mistake for a perennial in colder areas, where it may be cut to the ground by heavy frost. The sage green leaves are attractive and effectively show off the stems of whorled golden flowers in tiers rising above the foliage. Grows up to 1m (3ft) and as... 
Physocarpus opulifolius Physocarpus opulifolius 

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This thicket-forming deciduous shrub has arching branches and rounded, toothed green leaves. Bears small pink-tinged white flowers in corymbs in early summer followed by small green flushed-red fruits. Height and spread 10 feet. 
Puya berteroniana Puya berteroniana 

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This bromeliad bears terminal rosettes of spiny lance-shaped, dark green leaves that are white and scaly underneath. In summer, the plant bears pyramidal panicles of aqua-turquoise flowers with orange stamens. Height to 6 feet, spread 10 feet. Suits a desert or alpine garden. 
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