Wintergreen is an evergreen groundcover known for its red-tinted winter leaves and red winter berries.
This native, low groundcover features pendant, pink-white, bell-shaped flowers in June over glossy, thick, evergreen leaves that often have a burgundy cast. The plant will spread from underground stems and produce red berries in late fall.
- Plant with Hakonechloa and Hosta
- Plant with Epimedium and Ferns
Height: 3-5" Width: 3-5'
Shape: Low, Spreading
Blooms: White (Spring) Fall Color: Green, Purple
Winter Interest: Fruit, Structure
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PLANT CARE INFORMATION
Sun Exposure: 2-6 hours Soil Type: Moist, Sandy Spacing: 1' Feeding: Holly-tone
Winter Protection: Salt