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Wintergreen

(Gaultheria procumbens) Wintergreen berries ripen from late August until winter and are bright red. They can be made into tea, eaten raw, or mixed into fruit salad. Both leaves and fruit taste like wintergreen lifesavers. They are a native of the eastern United States and hardy to USDA Zones 3-9. This plant is a creeper and will spread outward 12 inches or more. Plant 12 inches apart, in partial or full shade. It grows about 6 inches tall and makes a great edible red and evergreen ground-cover.

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  • Wintergreen-4 Inch Pot 6+:$5.00 [SPRING]
  • Wintergreen-4 Inch Pot 6+:$5.00 [SPRING]

  • Catalog Number: G360
  • Our price: $6.00