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gene
Jan 10, 2014 3:47 PM CST
Are barberry's deciduous or evergreen? We're in a narrow band of 8b in NW Las Vegas Valley @ 3000' and our selections are narrow. Thanks
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SongofJoy
Jan 10, 2014 3:50 PM CST
Hi - Some are deciduous and some are evergreen.
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woofie
Jan 10, 2014 4:08 PM CST
If you go to the Barberry section of the data base here: The Barberries Database
you can search by characteristics, i.e. deciduous or evergreen.

edited to add: You need to click on the "search by characteristics" link, then scroll down to the section on "Leaves" and check whichever type you're interested in. Then click "Search."
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