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var. susquehanae (Willd.) Jaeg.

P. susquebanae Willd.
P. cuneata Raf.
P. pumila var. cuneata (Raf.) Bailey

Resembling typical P. pumila in habit but usually under 3 ft high. Leaves obovate, bluntly toothed above the middle, whitish green beneath. Fruits astringent. Native of eastern N. America as far south as N. Carolina.


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