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Bunchberry

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Price: $13.00
Bundle Size:
5
Scientific Name:
Cornus canadensis
Mature Height:
10 inches
Classification:
Perennial Ground Cover
Type:
Plug
Size:
50p

Out of Stock, Unable to Reorder

Product Overview

Sorry, we are unable to get more stock of this species.

Cornus canadensis

Bundle of 5 plugs

Attractive white flower in spring followed by small bright red berries that linger through late summer. Attractive white four pedal flowers in spring followed by, small bright red berries (edible but not very tasty) that linger on plant through late summer. Spreads slowly through the roots to form a low ground cover 5-25cm. Prefers moist shady areas. Leaves are more or less evergreen with some winter die back.

Note that this product and stock type is very small at time of purchase. Leaves are mainly deciduous so there will not be much if any top growth.

GroundcoversEvergreenPartial ShadeFull ShadeWetMiddle BloomFlowersFruitRain Garden

Reviews

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  • 5
    Healthy and growing

    Posted by Kathleen S on 21st Mar 2022

    The plants I received were packed well and were healthy and showing new growth. I would definitely recommend.

  • 5
    Ready to start!

    Posted by Diane Schairer on 19th Mar 2022

    The bunchberry starts I got had good foliage, generous roots in rich, moist soil, and we’re wrapped to keep them moist & protected. I just planted them but am optimistic about their success because they came well prepared.

  • 5
    little gems

    Posted by Kristen M on 15th Nov 2021

    We planted five plugs over a year ago alongside a fence where the plants are mostly shaded but with some afternoon sun, especially in summer. They are on a slight slope and have managed to take hold, even spreading out a bit. No fruiting yet, but they are growing.

  • 2
    Seems to need full shade

    Posted by Joe Z on 11th Nov 2020

    I didn’t have any luck getting bunchberry to establish in a moist, part-shaded area. It seems to need full shade even if soil is moist.