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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. 
Drimys winteri Drimys winteri 

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This upright evergreen shrub has aromatic bark and lance-shaped dark green leathery leaves. It bears fragrant ivory-white flowers from spring to early summer, followed by glossy black berries. Height and spread 10-30 feet. 
Decaisnea insignis Decaisnea insignis 

  Syn. Decaisnea fargesii
  Syn. Slackia insignis
 ca$á4.45  Buy Now 
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... 
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... 
Crataegus douglasii Crataegus douglasii 

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Large shrub or small tree with thorny branches that bears white corymbs of flowers in spring, followed by black fruit. Fruits were a food source for Native American peoples; thorns were used as fish hooks. Height and spread to 30 feet. 
Cornus schindleri subsp. poliophylla Cornus schindleri subsp. poliophylla 

  Syn. Cornus poliophylla
 ca$á4.15  Buy Now 
This rare deciduous shrub grows to 12 feet tall and wide. It has red twigs and bears corymbs of white flowers in July, August, followed by clusters of blue-black fruit. 
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. 
Colutea arborescens Colutea arborescens 

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Vigorous deciduous shrub with pinnate leaves. Bears yellow flowers in racemes to 5 inches long, followed by green seed pods that later turn translucent. Height/spread 10 feet. The genus Colutea is now in the family Leguminosae. 
Cistus laurifolius Cistus laurifolius 

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A small to medium sized evergreen shrub with aromatic dark green leaves that make the perfect back-drop to the large white blooms with yellow centers. Height and spread to 6 feet. 
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. 
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