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Ribes sanguineum Ribes sanguineum 

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This Western North American native was a favourite in Victorian temperate gardens around the world, and is slowly being rediscovered for its simple elegance. This upright deciduous shrub bears tubular pinkish-red flowers in pendent racemes in spring, followed by blue-black fruit. 6 foot... 
Rosa moyesii Rosa moyesii 

  Syn. Rosa highdownensis
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This vigorous species rose has an arching habit and bears single deep red or pink flowers with yellow stamens, followed by large, flask-shaped red hips. Height and spread 10-12 feet. 
Rosa spinosissima Rosa spinosissima 

  Syn. Rosa pimpinellifolia
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This dense prickly species rose has small fern-like dark green leaves composed of 7-9 leaflets and bears solitary creamy white flowers in spring or early summer. The flowers are followed by spherical purplish-black hips. Height 3 feet; spread 4 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. 
Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis 

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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 dwarf evergreen shrub spreads by suckers and produces small white fragrant flowers in late winter, followed by blue-black fruit. Height 18... 
Symphoricarpos albus Symphoricarpos albus 

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This thicket-forming deciduous shrub has upright, arching branches with oval dark green leaves. Bears tiny bell-shaped pink flowers in pairs in summer, followed by white spherical fruit. The flowers attract butterflies. Tolerates poor soil and pollution. Height and spread is 6 feet. 
Vaccinium 'Species Blend' Vaccinium 'Species Blend' 

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There are a number of uses for these shrubs in herbal medicine, but the culinary delights of these wonderful berries should not be overlooked. The complex flavours of wild blueberries are quite remarkable when compared to berries produced from modern cultivars. A delight for the eyes as well, most... 
Cistus albidus Cistus albidus 

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This dense, bushy evergreen shrub has gray leaves and bears terminal cymes of dark lilac-pink flowers with yellow centers in summer. Height and spread is 3 feet. 
Colutea media Colutea media 

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Vigorous bushy deciduous shrub with pinnate, blue-green leaves. Bears orange-brown flowers in 4-inch racemes, followed by bladder-like seed pods. Height/spread is 10 feet. The genus Colutea is now in the family Leguminosae. 
Lavandula angustifolia Lavandula angustifolia 

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Dense compact evergreen shrub with silvery gray leaves and soft violet-blue flowers in summer. Height 15 inches;spread 2 feet. 
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