Escalloniaceae (order Rosales) Often classified as a subdivision of the Saxifragaceae, the Escalloniaceae is a family of shrubs with simple, alternate leaves, some species being evergreen. The flowers are small, greenish, and borne in catkins. The fruit is a capsule. Most are from S. America and Australia.
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