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Rubus nepalensis

A low growing evergreen carpeting shrub from the Himalaya reaching only 20cm high with trifoliate deeply veined leaves on densely bristly stems, forming a patch about 1m across. Delicious, slightly tart red fruits follow the white flowers in summer. For semi-shade.

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Rubus phoenicolasius

Rubus phoenicolasius

The 'Wineberry' makes a delicious addition to the ornamental garden, for it indeed makes an attractive plant as well as bearing bunches of tasty, distinctively flavoured, bright orange red fruits in late summer. The bristly red arching stems are superb in winter and reach up to 3m, and the large trifoliate leaves are white felted beneath. Easy and hardy.

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Rubus sp. NJM 10.142

A collection from the mountains of N. Vietnam at 2200m alt, where this splendid foliage plant formed patches of angled stems bearing pinnate foliage with many lanceolate, conspicuously veined leaflets. Pretty white flowers are followed by bright red tasty fruit. Reaching about 2.5m tall in cultivation, where it should be afforded a reasonably sheltered position.

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Ruscus aculeatus from Croatia (new)

'Butchers Broom'. These are from Southern European stock. A very tough, spiny-leaved, extremely shade and drought tolerant, bushy evergreen shrub, reaching about 1m. Berries resembling bright red cherries, often abundantly produced if both males and females are grown. Tolerant of both acid and alkaline soil.

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