Evergreen, Shrubs, Decorative fruit or berries
Grown for form and foliage; clusters of small flowers are rather inconspicuous. Used chiefly as background plantings, hedges. Berries (typically pea size) are enjoyed by birds; volunteer seedlings may be a nuisance.Rhamnus crocea
Native to Coast Ranges fromNorthern California into Baja California.To 2–3 ft. high, 3–6 ft.wide, with many stiff branches,often spiny at tips. Roundishleaves frequently have finelytoothed edges; glossy dark topale green above, golden orbrownish beneath. Small brightred fruit. Takes full sun or partialshade in its native territory;does best with some shade inhotter inland areas. Little water.
Narrow, silvery gray leaves to 1 in. long form a mound to 8 in. high, 1/2 ft. wide. Virtually continuo...
Native to coastal Southern California and Baja California, this rather formal plant grows to6–18 ft. h...
Native to Santa Catalina and San Clemente islands, Southern California. Grows above 6 ft. tall, branch...