Densely branching, rounded, deciduous shrub native to the eastern United States. Grayish-green leaves are aromatic when crushed. Very versatile plant that is tolerant of a wide range of soils and conditions, including salt spray from the sea or from road salts. Grayish white fruit's in late summer are covered with an aromatic, waxy substance, which is used to make bayberry candles and soaps.
- Tolerates drought, poor soil, high winds, salt spray from the sea or road salts
- Very cold hardy and versatile plant for groups, hedges, screens, wet or shaded sites, erosion control, and many difficult areas
- Low maintenance, requiring no special care
- Fruits attract birds to the landscape
- 12 in. plant--ships without soil or pot as a bare root plant to all states
- May ship in a dormant state
- When shipped as a bare root plant, the Shake & Ship system has been used to remove soil from roots