Fruit-bearing shrubs bring food to a small landscape

04/16/2013 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Varieties of shrubs that produce berries could replace trees that bear fruit in landscapes with limited space, according to this article. Smaller shrub types include currant and gooseberry, with western sandcherry, Nanking cherry or serviceberry as larger options. This piece mentions the growth habits of the shrubs, including requirements for soil and shade.

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