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P corymbosus Benth

This species is allied to the preceding, but less common in gardens. It is a dwarf shrub in the wild, usually less than 1{1/2} ft high and often mat-forming. Leaves variable in shape from ovate to elliptic or oblong, up to 1{1/4} in. long and {3/8} in. wide, entire or finely toothed, tapered at the base, never cordate as in P. cordifolius. Flowers scarlet, borne after midsummer in terminal corymbs (not in a leafy panicle as in P. cordifolius).


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