Gaultheria procumbens , Wintergreen, teaberry
Growing Gaultheria: needs moist well drained soil. Expect failure if allowed
to completely dry out or kept in complete water saturation over a prolonged
period of time.
More forgiving and easier to grow are the #1 gallon pots due to their extensive
root system combined with our grower's expert techniques.
Gaultheria procumbens , Wintergreen, teaberry,
red berries late fall used for tea
Native Groundcover for shade, Zones: 3-8A, winter hardy with a minimum
winter temps. between -35º and 10º F.
sample a leaf to chew on.....for true wintergreen flavor, berries used for tea
cannot be shipped to Calif.,
Satisfaction guaranteed! on receipt
"Bill, We received the wintergreen
plants you shipped to us. They are exceptional. Thanks...Ted" Silver Lak
||Wintergreen in Bulk , Gaultheria procumbens 'Very
Native Groundcover for shade, Zones: 3-8A
Size: 2 5/8" square x 3 1/2" deep pot., 32 pots per flat.
Minimum Order: 1 flat (32 plants) per variety
less than 6 flats add $21.00 surcharge, allow 2 weeks for
packing fee per tray plus shipping
e-mail for a quote for quanity discount include zip code for a
Quality grown, any claims upon receipt, must include a photo
Gaultheria procumbens ,
Eastern Specialty Grower,$5 box/packing,
shipping added at cost
Quality grown, any claims upon receipt
"a salamanders view"
Common Wintergreen - Native
evergreen, Semi-herbaceous, spreading indefinitely, yet slowly. Leaves
are a dark, shiny green, 2" long and oval, taking on purple tones in the
Winter in southern zones, a bronze/brown in northern zones. Leaves smell
of wintergreen when broken. Blooms pink in Spring followed by scarlet
berries that are edible. Prefers well prepared moist soil with good
drainage. Shade . Mature height 3"-5"
Dear, dear, William . . .
Just writing to let you know that my parcel of 32 Wintergreen plants arrived
yesterday, and they fared the journey well. Also writing to say that this
particular plant is just as (if not more so) beautiful as when last I saw
one back in Maine. Hence, I want more . . . hundreds and hundreds and
hundreds of them!!! Well . . . maybe a hundred or so. Thus, I will be in
touch again SOON.
Thanks . . .Diane D. Aurora, Colorado 80017
"...we just received our order of gaultheria
procumbens and they are in fine condition", Fred. Falmouth, MA
Gaultheria looks great!... Saul,
Short Hills , NJ
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