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Berberis aquifolium Berberis aquifolium 

  Syn. Mahonia aquifolium
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Glossy green leaves on this evergreen shrub are flushed red in the winter then topped by bright yellow flowers in the spring. The flowers are followed by purple-blue, edible fruit that are excellent for making jam and preserves. Height 3 feet; spread 5 feet. 
Callicarpa bodinieri Callicarpa bodinieri 

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Bright purple berries ripen in autumn and persist until well into the winter and occasionally even into the spring. This bushy deciduous shrub grows to 10 feet high with an 8 foot spread. Fruits most prolifically during long hot summers and when planted in groups. 
Cydonia oblonga Cydonia oblonga 

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A large shrub or small tree to 20ft., the Quince is an excellent choice for almost any garden. The aromatic fruit has a vaguely citrus-like scent and is rich in pectin for making fine traditional jellies. The fruit, with a somewhat gritty texture like a pear, turns deep pink when cooked. It has a... 
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. 
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. 
Holodiscus discolor Holodiscus discolor 

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This vigorous deciduous shrub has arching branches and gray/green leaves. Bears tiny creamy-white flowers in pendent panicles in mid-summer. Height and spread is 12 feet. 
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. 
Mahonia gracilipes Mahonia gracilipes 

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Pictures can hardly do this plant justice. The large compound leaves are dark green with lighter green veins, but it is their undersides that are so striking - almost pure white. The flowers are unusual for a Mahonia in that they are burgundy and white, rather than the more usual yellow. The widely... 
Mahonia nervosa Mahonia nervosa 

  Syn. Berberis nervosa
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This evergreen shrub has short vertical stems, mostly under 30 cm (12 in), while the leaves reach higher, rarely up to 1 m (3 feet) tall. The leaves are compound, with 9-19 leaflets; each leaflet is strongly toothed, reminiscent of holly, and somewhat shiny, but less so than Tall Oregon-grape. This... 
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... 
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