Gaultheria procumbens 'Cherry Berries' Quart

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As the name implies, wintergreen 'Cherry Berries' has large red berries during the darkest time of the garden year. This gaultheria is a bit taller than other varieties and can eventually spread up to 3 feet, making a dense mat of dark green foliage that withstands the cold of winter. 

Common Name: Wintergreen
Mature Size: 10" tall, up to 3 feet wide
Growth Rate: Slow to moderate
Cold Hardiness: -35 ° F
Characteristics: Spreading ground cover, evergreen, white summer flowers turn into large red berries in winter
Light: Partial sun
Structure: Ground cover
Bloom Color: White, turning into large red berries in fall
Bloom Time: Late summer
Uses: Ground cover, rock gardens, woodland gardens, container planters, hanging baskets, borders
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