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Aralia, Japanese
Aucuba, Dwarf female
Bamboo ‘Robert Young’
Bamboo, black
Beautyberry, American
Bottlebrush
Boxwood
Buttonbush
Camellia
Coralbean bush
Coralberry
Cotoneaster, Grey
Cotoneaster parneyi
Elaeagnus
Evergreen sumac
Flame acanthus
Evergreen sumac

Evergreen sumac (Rhus virens)
Beautiful ornamental sumac, native to dry and rocky parts of West Texas and the Edwards Plateau but adapting very well to gardens here. Leathery, dark-green compound leaves and bright red berry clusters are highly ornamental; small animals and birds love the berries too. In light shade, it can be trained into a small tree; makes a great hedge in full sun. White flowers in late summer smell like honey and draw bees and butterflies from all over. Needs very little water or fussing with. (Photo: Melody Lytle)
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