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Spicebush – Burlap

$17.95 $6.95

Ships in 4″ Pot –  Zones 4-9

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The Spicebush (Lindera Benzoin) is a dioecious shrub has much to offer the garden. Also known as a Benjamin Bush and Wild Allspice. The Spicebush blooms early spring. Male plants have showier, tiny, pale yellow flowers in early spring, but the female counterparts take center stage in early fall, when they’re laden with half-inch-diameter berries that turn from green to yellow to high-gloss crimson. About the same time, the leaves turn a hypnotic soft yellow and make the red berries visually pop. Spicebush grows to heights of 5- to 8 feet with a spread slightly wider at 6-9. Attracts Butterflies, Song Birds. Deer Resistant. Fragrant Flowers, Fragrant Foliage, Native, Showy Fall Foliage, Showy Flowers

Prefers partial sun to light shade and wet to moderately dry soil.

Zones 4-9

Ships in Burlap Wrap