Clethraceae is a family of flowering plants that includes shrubs and small trees. It is primarily found in eastern Asia, with a few species in southeastern North America. The family is characterized by simple, alternate leaves and showy, bell-shaped flowers. Clethra alnifolia, also known as summersweet or coastal sweetpepperbush, is a common species in this family that is native to the eastern United States and is often grown for its fragrant, white flowers.
Actinidiaceae is a family of plants in the order Ericales, which includes shrubs and trees. It contains around 350 species, with the most well-known genus being Actinidia, which includes the kiwi fruit (Actinidia deliciosa). These plants are native to temperate regions of Asia, particularly China, Japan, and Korea. They typically have simple, alternate leaves and small flowers with both male and female reproductive structures. The fruits of these plants can be edible and are often eaten fresh or used in jams and other products.