Bayberry Bush?

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Bayberry is any genus of shrubs or small bushes found in the bayberry family called Myricaceae. The shrub is mostly found in North America. These plants have leathery leaves with waxy berries and they are very aromatic.
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Bayberry
Bayberry, also known as wax myrtle, waxberry, or candelberry, is both a shrub and a tree. All members of the bayberry family are classified botanically as Myricaceae , and many varieties are found all over the world, including Japan, South America More »
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