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Leycesteria formosa Leycesteria formosa

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A subtly exotic deciduous shrub, Leycesteria produces pendent clusters of flowers that are highlighted by persistent dark red bracts in summer. Height and spread 6 feet. 
Lonicera ciliosa Lonicera ciliosa

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This British Columbia native deciduous twining climber has opposite, oval green leaves and bears orange-yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers in early summer, followed by orange-red berries. The flowers are attractive to hummingbirds. Height/spread to 10 feet. 
Lonicera quinquelocularis Lonicera quinquelocularis

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A small to medium sized deciduous shrub or small tree to 4 meters (14 feet) has distinctively furrowed bark and velvety pubescent leaves. It produces its pale yellow honeysuckle blooms in pairs in early to mid summer, which are followed by small white berries that mature to almost transparent,... 
Patrinia gibbosa Patrinia gibbosa

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This clump-forming perennial has ovate, toothed green leaves and bears cymes of tiny yellow flowers above the foliage in summer over a long period. Height and spread 18 inches. Suits a cottage garden. 
Sambucus caerulea Sambucus caerulea

  Syn. Sambucus cerulea
  Syn. Sambucus mexicana
  Syn. Sambucus nigra ssp. caerulea
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This upright deciduous shrub has pinnate leaves and bears cream-coloured flowers in flattened panicles, followed by spherical blue-black fruit. Height and spread is 10-20 feet. 
Sambucus nigra Sambucus nigra

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The Latin name may come from sambuco--an ancient kind of harp, and gives us just a glimpse of the ancient ties this species has with humanity. Used for a wide variety of cures, ablutions, and even beauty treatments, the Black Elderberry is rich in vitamins and attributed with a wide assortment of... 
Sambucus racemosa Sambucus racemosa

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This bushy deciduous shrub has arching shoots and pinnate leaves and bears small creamy yellow flowers in panicles in spring, followed by glossy round red fruit. Height and spread is 10 feet. 
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. 
Triosteum pinnatifidum Triosteum pinnatifidum

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This perennial is grown for its large jagged-lobed, slightly hairy leaves up to 8 inches long. Height 36 inches; spread 12 inches. Insignificant perfoliate flowers are followed by white berries. 
Viburnum edule Viburnum edule

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This spreading to erect, deciduous shrub, grows to about 6 feet tall, and has opposite, 3-lobed dark green leaves. In spring, cymes of milky white flowers are produced, followed by orange-red ovoid berries in summer. Berries are used to make jams and jellies. 
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