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Zone: 3 to 8Perennial
|Blooms late spring to late summer|
Cultivar Notes - 'Creeping Wintergreen'
One of our native North American wildflowers, and a charming plant for areas with moist, acidic soil. Plants form a low, spreading mat of rounded, glossy green leaves. Small soft-pink bell flowers are followed by large scarlet berries, which are edible. Foliage turns bronze in the winter. Slow to spread: plant 10-25 per square yard.
Genus Notes - Gaultheria
Native low-growing evergreen shrub prized for its bright red berries. Spreads with long rhizomes. Prefers shady areas and acidic soils.