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     This beautiful groundcover attracts native bees, beetles, wasps and other pollinators.


     Small, fragrant whitish to pinkish flowers form at the base of the leaves and edible fall fruit persists through winter. 


     Its leaves are evergreen and turn purplish in the fall, excellent for shady gardens and under trees. 

Wintergreen -- Coming Soon

3 Gallons
    • Latin: Gaultheria procumbens
    • Pollinator value: Medium
    • Height: 6 inches tall and 12 inches wide
    • Light: Part to full shade
    • Soil: Moist, well-drained, acidic
    • Bloom: White, June-July
    • Fruit: Red, late summer-winter
    • Foliage: Evergreen glossy dark-green.  Pair with: Azaleas, Mountain Laurel, Blueberry
    • Landscape: Ground cover for shady areas
    • Resistance: Heavy shade
    • Native range here
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