Winterberry shrubs have long, oval, green leaves that turn brown to black in autumn, with white flowers and bright, scarlet fruit that persist throughout the winter. Grows to 12 feet tall in wet areas near swamps, ponds and wet woods. Prefers rich, acidic soils. Prefers full sun but can tolerate partial shade. The fruit is eaten by black duck, bobwhite, mockingbird, catbird and many others. Stock is grown from seeds collected from native plants. Height: 3-12 feet, Zones 3-9.
Stock 1-2 feet tall at pick-up.
Please note: we do NOT offer shipping. You must pick up your order in person at Green Mountain Orchards on Saturday, May 6 in Putney, Vermont.