Cascara - bundle of 5 bareroot plants

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Cascara - bundle of 5 bareroot plants

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At a Glance: Rhamnus purshiana, erect, tall shrub or small tree with alternate leaves and inconspicuous flower clusters.

Height: Up to 33 feet (10 meters).
Growth Form: Tree.
Stems: Thin, smooth, very bitter, silvery gray bark.
Leaves: Alternate (may seem opposite on young growth), egg-shaped to oblong, deciduous, dark glossy green, 6-12 cm (2.5-5 in) long, finely toothed, strongly pinnately veined in furrows, the surface washboardy.
Flowers: Small, with 5 sepals, 5 petals, and 5 stamens; 8-50 in stalked, umbrella-shaped clusters in the axils of leaves; primary color: greenish yellow; size: 3-4 mm long.
Flowering Period: April, May.
Fruits: Blue black to purplish-black berries, 5-8 mm across; edible.
Mostly sun to mostly shade, wet, dry or moist soils.

Plant form: bareroot plants 24"-36"

Washington Native Plant Society

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