Symphoricarpos occidentalis

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Symphoricarpos occidentalis, Hook. Wolfberry. Fig. 3752. Shrub with upright rather stiff branches, 1-4 ft.: lvs. oval or ovate, entire or undulate-crenate, thickish, grayish green and pubescent beneath, 1-3 in. long: fls. in axillary clusters or spikes 1/2 - l in. long; corolla campanulate, pubescent inside, pinkish white, 1/4 in. long: fr. Subglobose, white, about 1/2 in. long. June, July; fr. Sept. Ill. and Mich. to Brit. Col. south to Colo. and Kans. G.F. 3:297 (adapted in Fig. 3752). G.C. III. 49:104. Gn. 75, p. 508.—S. Heyeri, Dipp. (S. occidentalis var. Heyeri, Dieck). is very similar and differs chiefly in the thinner lvs. less distinctly veined beneath and more often undulate-dentate and in the somewhat shorter stamens and style; it is possibly a hybrid between this and the following species, found in Colo. CH

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