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|Plant type||annual, biennial, perennial, shrub, tree, bulb, climber, ground cover/trailer, grass, conifer, fern, cactus/succulent|
|Height||<1", 2"-5", 6"-11", 12"-23", 2'-4', 5'-9', 10'-19', 20'-49', 50'+|
|Spread||<1", 2"-5", 6"-11", 12"-23", 2'-4', 5'-9', 10'-19', 20'-49', 50'+|
|Habit||spreading, trailing, low growing, clump-forming, bushy, upright, columnar|
|Foliage||evergreen, semi-evergreen, deciduous|
|Growth rate||dwarf, slow, moderate, vigorous|
|Interests||flowers, fruit, buds, foliage, stems, seed heads|
|Uses||bedding, borders, pots and tubs, baskets, houseplant, edible[x], kitchen herb, formal hedging, informal hedging, rockery, specimen plant, cut flower, wildflower meadow, conservatory|
|Skill level||beginner, average, expert|
|Maintenance||none, slight, moderate, heavy|
Ribes are upright, deciduous, flowering shrubs grown either for their edible fruits or their spring flowers. Flowering varieties have strings of usually pink or red flowers. Edible varieties have red (red currant), white (white current), purple-bl... more...
This is a large group of upright shrubs, scramblers and ground cover plants which includes raspberries and blackberries. Some types are grown for their ornamental flowers, some for their fruits and others for their decorative winter stems. Rubus w... more...
Vaccinium and evergreen and deciduous shrubs including ornamental varieties as well as fruit bearing types such as blueberry and cranberry. Ornamental varieties are grown for their fruits and colourful autumn foliage rather than their small flower... more...