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       Deciduous Shrub
HEIGHT:3 - 12 feet
SPREAD:5 - 15 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Spreading, irregular habit; silvery leaves; strongly fragrant, small, yellow bell-shaped flowers in spring; tasteless, silver berries in the fall; twigs are rusty brown when young and become silvery with age.
LIMITATIONS:Spreads, forming thickets.
HARDINESS:INT, SC, SE, W (Zone 2)
ORIGIN:Central Alaska to Quebec; Minnesota west to Washington. Locally in some eastern states and Texas
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The information for this Deciduous Shrub (186) was last updated on: 2010-09-09 01:29:23
       
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