Quite different from the rest. This is a relatively rare British native that grows in shady spots. The white flower spikes from May-June are less of a bottlebrush and more of a cone. These are followed by berries in autumn that look quite inviting, but which are poisonous (and reputedly taste terrible so probably not likely to be consumed in any dangerous amount). 30cm.
- Flowering: August, September
- Size: 1.5-litre pot