noun, plural wax·ber·ries.
Examples from the Web for waxberry
Waxberry bushes stoutly thrived, and, in early springtime, an aged Pyrrhus Japonica put on its blaze of scarlet bloom.
Tamaiti himself disappeared a while in the bush and returned with coco tinder, dry leaves, and a spray of waxberry.In the South Seas|Robert Louis Stevenson
More exquisite still is a single rose rescued from choking in a snarl of waxberry bushes.
So he went over behind the waxberry bushes, too, and was half way home before you could say "Jack Robinson."The Hollow Tree and Deep Woods Book|Albert Bigelow Paine