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Gaultheria procumbens Gaultheria procumbens 

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With so many common names it’s no surprise that this small ground hugging shrub has played an important role in the lives of humans. The berries are the original source of wintergreen flavouring, which has been used in teas, breath mints, candies and other confections for hundreds of years. The... 
Gaultheria hookeri Gaultheria hookeri 

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Sprays of small white flowers in late spring are followed by berries in shades of blue purple and mauve, all on the same evergreen shrub. 1-3 feet high and 4 feet wide. 
Ficus deltoidea Ficus deltoidea 

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This evergreen shrub has spoon-shaped leathery green leaves and bears spherical to ellipsoid figs about 1/2 inch across, ripening to yellow/orange or red. 
Fargesia nitida Fargesia nitida 

  Syn. Arundinaria nitida
  Syn. Sinarundinaria nitida
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This hardy species of evergreen bamboo tends to clump rather than run, and is well suited to the home garden. Slow-growing to form a dense clump of erect, dark purple-green culms. Height 15 feet;spread 5 feet. 
Euonymus planipes Euonymus planipes 

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This large shrub, or small tree, has larger leaves than the closely related <i><b>Euonymus alatus</i></b>, smaller corky wings on the branches, and can produce one of the most unusual colour palettes in the autumn, with a mix of green, red and even white leaves. The unusual... 
Euonymus myrianthus Euonymus myrianthus 

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This large evergreen shrub, or small tree, has dull to glossy bright green leaves, smooth dark grey bark on the branches, and produces bright yellow-orange fruit that can persist through much of the winter, when conditions are favourable. 
Euonymus europaeus Euonymus europaeus 

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Broadly conical deciduous shrub or small tree with dark green leaves than turn red in autumn. Produces attractive 4-lobed red fruit; seeds have orange arils. Height 10 feet; spread 8 feet. 
Euonymus alatus Euonymus alatus 

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An attractive deciduous shrub in the spring and summer, Euonymus alatus turns a brilliant scarlet red in the autumn. When the leaves fall away, the winged branches add a subtle touch to the winter garden. 8 to 10 feet tall and wide. 
Enkianthus campanulatus Enkianthus campanulatus 

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A shrub for all seasons, it covers itself with thousands of delicate pale peach coloured blooms in the spring, and has rich green foliage for the summer which turns to a blaze of colour in the autumn. 
Elsholtzia stauntonii Elsholtzia stauntonii 

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This deciduous sub-shrub has bright to mid-green lanceolate leaves that are lightly aromatic and reminiscent of mint. The purplish-pink flower spikes are produced in summer and persist into autumn, even as the leaves change to yellow and begin to drop. Height to 5 feet. 
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