Gaultheria procumbens 2 Inch

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Just when the summer flowers disappear, Wintergreen starts to strut its stuff. Although named for the unique minty taste, nowadays, Wintergreen is more valued for its festive fall and winter red berries and beautiful green and bronze foliage. A North American native, Wintergreen is a welcome addition to slightly shady spots in the garden, as well as in container planters, hanging baskets, and borders. 

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Mature Size: 6" tall, 8 - 12" wide
Growth Rate: Slow to moderate
Cold Hardiness: -40 ° F
Characteristics: Evergreen, favorite of birds, deer-resistant, edible berries
Light: Sun to partial sun/shade
Structure: Mounding
Bloom Color: White, turning into large red berries in fall and winter
Bloom Time: Summer, with red berries from fall into winter
Uses: Rock gardens, woodland gardens, container planters, borders, hanging baskets, mass plantings
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