Gaultheria procumbens

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For instance, Gaultheria procumbens occurs on 96% of the plots sampled in unplowed areas, but on only 5% of formerly plowed plots.
They include: Euonymus "Emerald 'n' Gold" and Euonymus "Gray Beauty"; Pieris japonica "Little Heath" with its silvered edged leaves; Hebe topiaria, which is compact with tiny grey/green leaves; Gaultheria procumbens, which has attractive leaves with tiny white bell-like flowers and red berries; and Skimmia japonica, with shiny leaves, red buds and, later, white flowers.
The brilliant autumnal fruits of Gaultheria procumbens (formerly known as Pernettya) almost glow against its dark, shiny foliage and look superb in a hanging basket.