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The berries first appear red but later turn blue-black. Best grown in partial shade in rich, moist well-drained soil, the common garden form of this native plant has the RHS's Award of Garden Merit and is a common sight in many gardens. It is prone to slug and sawfly damage after flowering.

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  • Posted: Thu. 25th June 2009 19:54