Coffeeberry. Variable shrub that may be upright and sprawling 3-15’ or low and spreading when grown on coastal bluffs. Leaves are 1-3” long, shiny dark to dull green and paler beneath. Fragrant greenish-yellow blossoms are inconspicuous but attract a range of insects. Large, showy berries begin to form in summer and mature through a range of colors, green, then red, and finally black when ripe. Tough and adaptable, it is not particular to soil type and needs little water when established. Hardy to 0F. Western United States.