sparkleberry


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spar·kle·ber·ry

 (spär′kəl-bĕr′ē)
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Noun1.sparkleberry - shrub or small tree of eastern United States having black inedible berriessparkleberry - shrub or small tree of eastern United States having black inedible berries
blueberry, blueberry bush - any of numerous shrubs of the genus Vaccinium bearing blueberries
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Columbia-area Kroger locations include 3403 Forest Drive in Forest Acres, 1028 Roberts Branch Parkway at Killian's Crossing, 10136 Two Notch Road at Sparkleberry Square and 7467 St.
Sparkleberry was developed at the National Arboretum by crossing the winterberry with its Chinese cousin, Ilex serrata.
Hilton Head Island, SC, March 23, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Plantation Storage - Sparkleberry, located in Columbia, SC, has commanded a sales price of over $96 per RSF.
Located just 400 yards from the wildlife-rich Sparkleberry Swamp and Lake Marion, the old landfill has taken in some 5.6 million tons of hazardous waste and industrial garbage from governments and industries across the Southeast.
Often persisting through most of the winter, the fruits provide vital cold-weather food for many types of songbird, while deciduous forms with persistent bright red fruits include "Sparkleberry" and Ilex verticillata "Winter Red", with its dark green, toothed foliage.
Often persisting through most of the winter, the fruits provide vital cold-weather food for many types of songbird, while deciduous forms with persistent bright red fruits include 'Sparkleberry' and Ilex verticillata 'Winter Red', with its dark green, toothed foliage.
Often persisting through most of the winter, the fruits provide vital cold-weather food for many types of songbird, while deciduous forms with persistent bright red fruits include Sparkleberry and ilex verticillata Winter Red, with its dark green, toothed foliage.