Coffeeberry (Rhamnus spp.)

COFFEEBERRY
(Rhamnus spp.)
A.K.A.
 Indian Cherry, Pigeon Berry, Buckthorn 
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CoffeeberryCoffee Berry Berries

Coffeeberry is an evergreen shrub that grows fast to 6-8′.  Coffee berry is native from the Oregon Coast ranges through most of California into Arizona and Baja. Coffeeberry likes sun to part shade and has low water requirements. The berries turn red, then black.

Distribution:
The Pacific Coast region from British Columbia (incl. Vancouver Island), south to Washington, Oregon and northern California in Coast Ranges and the Sierra Nevada. Also in the Rocky Mountain region of British Columbia, Washington Idaho and Montana.

Toxic Principle:
Unknown

Poisoning Symptoms include:
Unknown

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