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CHAPTER lllWATER WIND AND WEATHER
CHAPTER 1VPLANT GEOGRAPHY
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ample moisture Aucuba azaleas beautiful berries bloom bracts branching pattern broad-leaved evergreen shrubs Buddleia buds Camellia Ceanothus China Clematis clusters colour conifers Cotoneaster crimson cultivation culture cut back Daboecia dark green deciduous deep dense double flowered dwarf easily grown Erica Escallonia feet high feet tall foliage foot shrub foot tree forms fragrant freely produced frost fruit full sun garden constitution garden plants garden soil genus glossy grafted gray-green green foliage ground habit of growth handsome hardy hybrids immediately after flowering inches long Japan Japanese japonica known Lavandula spica loose moist native neat nurseries pale panicles partial shade Pernettya pink flowers propagated pruning Prunus reach a height region require rhododendrons rich rock garden roses season seed seedlings shoots showy slender soft species specimen spreading thrive twiggy upright usually Vaccinium ovatum varieties Viburnum vigorous VII-VIII vine well-drained soil western China white flowers winter yellow