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Symplocos






SYMPLOCOS JAPONICA (_syn S. lucida_).--A small growing and not very

desirable species from Japan (1850).



S. TINCTORIA.--Sweet-leaf, or Horse Sugar. South United States, 1780.

This is a small-growing shrub, with clusters of fragrant yellow flowers,

but it is not very hardy unless planted against a sheltered and sunny

wall.






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