generously sized order
I have ordered bare root plants before so knew what to expect
These plants look ok but I received them over a week late so who knows where they were all that time!
I probably won’t order from your company again
I think the service and products could have been much better
The shipping was fast and the packaging was great. Will be ordering again soon.
These plants look great in my yard. They look like they belong there. lol
These are so remarkable. Got a lot of compliments on them. Very easy to grow and care for.
The blooms on this plant are very unique and beautiful. Looks great in my gardens!
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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.
How We Protect Your Plants For Transit
We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.
Upon Receipt Of Your Plants
Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.
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American Wintergreen Plant - Mitchella Repens is a Beautifully Attractive Ornamental Woodland Plant
American wintergreen Plant beautiful and attractive woodland plant with highly ornamental foliage has many other names: squaw vine, squawberry, two-eyed berry, Winberry, running box, and pigeon plum. It was named Wildflower of the Year in 2012. A North American low-growing, herbaceous, perennial shrub belonging to the madder family (Rubiaceae), the name is the Latin adjective repens, meaning "creeping." This evergreen plant with scarlet berries grows as a non-climbing vine that reaches no taller than two inches with its creeping stems 15 to 30 cm long. The shiny dark green rounded leaves with a pale yellow midrib are paired oppositely on the stalks. The petioles are short.
American Wintergreen Plants will Thrive in the Forest as well as Garden Settings with Other Plants and Flowers
Partridge Berry also known as American Wintergreen Plant axillary fragrant pinkish-white flowers are in small and trumpet-shaped pairs, with each pair arising from one common calyx. Each flower has one pistil, four stamens, and four white petals. There are either flowers with long pistils and short stamens or short pistils and long stamens, and the pollen from one does not fertilize the other. It can be used as a groundcover underneath acid-loving shrubs and in terraria during the winter. The name suggests that partridges relish the berries, but various birds and mammals also consume them. In fact, Indian women often drank a tea made from the leaves as a childbirth aid.
'Squaw Root' in this case does not refer to the common name of various Cohosh plants, but instead for the attractive tuber which grows out of the ground resembling a yellow pinecone or ear of corn.
The plant often seen in forests. However, it can thrive in a garden setting with other plants and flowers. Although the plant doesn't grow very tall, it gives off a delightful aroma that smells like mint. The red berries on the plant are edible and are often used in recipes in the fall and winter months as this is when the plant usually grows best.
The plant grows better in shady areas that see little sunshine during the day. As the plant begins to grow and creep along the ground, the leaves start to develop a dark green and almost glossy color. During the winter months, the leaves start to turn dark red to match the berries that are growing — the berries of the wintergreen plant often used in beverages, perfumes, and different types of candy.
Acidic soil is usually the best environment for the wintergreen plant. You'll tend to find the plant in the western half of the United States but can grow in areas like Georgia or Alabama. The plant tends to grow near rhododendrons and other mountain flowers and underlying plants that don't require a lot of moisture or sunlight to thrive and grow.
The height of the plant reaches about eight inches when fully grown. It grows well in partial sunlight and soil that is a combination of moist and dry as it doesn't need a lot of water to thrive. You'll usually notice blooms on the plant in April and May with berries following soon after. This plant is a cousin to the blueberry plant with the berries reaching almost the same size as blueberries. You'll typically find the plant in the northern areas of the United States and in the lower areas of Canada as it tends to grow best in colder climates. The leaves are oval in shape and have a texture that feels like leather. When around the plant, you can detect a fragrant smell of mint that is given off by the leaves.