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Illicium henryi Illicium henryi 

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Pyramidal evergreen shrub with lance-shaped glossy green leaves. The leaves are anise-scented and deer-resistant. Bears star-shaped pink to crimson flowers in late spring, followed by red-brown star-shaped fruit. 6-8 feet height and spread. 
Mahonia repens Mahonia repens 

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This low-growing evergreen shrub has pinnate green leaves with up to seven wavy-margined, toothed leaflets and bears yellow flowers in spring followed by round, blue-black berries. Leaves take on bronze tints in cold weather. Height 12 inches;spread 3 feet. A good drought-tolerant ground cover. 
Rosa canina Rosa canina 

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This deciduous shrub rose ranges in height from 3 to 10 feet, though sometimes it will climb higher into the crowns of taller trees. The leaves are pinnate, with 5-7 leaflets and flowers are single, pale pink with yellow stamens. Flowers are followed by attractive oval red-orange hips. 
Rosa carolina Rosa carolina 

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This species shrub rose bears single, pink flowers with yellow stamens, followed by showy, bright red-spherical hips. Height 3-6 feet; spread 5 feet. 
Rosa gymnocarpa Rosa gymnocarpa 

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Deciduous shrub rose native to lower elevations in southern British Columbia. Bears single pink flowers March through July, followed by ovoid, orange hips. Drought-tolerant. Height 4-1/2 feet. 
Rosa nutkana Rosa nutkana 

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This robust species rose has toothed, mid-green leaves and bears solitary, cupped, single red-pink flowers, followed by purplish-red hips. Height to 10 feet; spread 6 feet. 
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. 
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;... 
Daphne tangutica Daphne tangutica 

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Upright, dense evergreen shrub with dark green leaves that produces terminal clusters of fragrant purple/pink-flushed white flowers in late spring. Spherical red fruit follows. Height and spread is 3 feet. 
Decaisnea insignis Decaisnea insignis 

  Syn. Decaisnea fargesii
  Syn. Slackia insignis
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A small multi-trunked tree, Decaisnea rarely exceeds 5-6 meters in height, with a similar spread. The bright green pinnate leaves, which can be as long as 90cm (3ft), emerge in mid-spring. The pendent panicles of blooms, up to 45cm (18in) long, have sparse bright green-yellow petalless flowers, up... 
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