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Spotted Wintergreen Chimaphila maculata
Are you looking for a pretty plant to add to your home or office garden? The Spotted Wintergreen could be a fitting addition. The Spotted Wintergreen is a small plant that can be found anywhere from Canada to South America. It is a perennial, evergreen herb that tolerates a variety of conditions. Therefore, the Spotted Wintergreen Plant is even found in Tennessee! At Tennessee Nursery, we offer the Spotted Wintergreen! We think this might be a great plant to add to your garden as well! Learn more about the Spotted Wintergreen, and see if it is right for you!
What Does the Spotted Wintergreen Look Like?
The Spotted Wintergreen has dark green, striped leaves. They range from one to three inches in length. They can be up to an inch wide. The striped leaves contrast beautifully with white veins that run down the middle. This is a hallmark characteristic of the Spotted Wintergreen.
The stems of the Spotted Wintergreen grow out of creeping rhizomes. At the top, round flowers bloom in the middle of the Summer. They usually sprout in late July or early August. You might even see the Spotted Wintergreen when you go hiking?
The flowers start will white before turning pink later in the season. The Spotted Wintergreen relies on animals to pollinate the flower and spread it from place to place. You might even notice seeds in capsules that eventually pop open, when they are carried by the wind.
Where Does the Spotted Wintergreen Grow?
The Spotted Wintergreen will grow well just about everywhere. You might see this plant in forests, particularly at the tops of hills. It loves oak and pine trees.
You can also find the Spotted Wintergreen in sandy locations. Unlike other plants, the Spotted Wintergreen Plant tolerates acidic soil very well! Therefore, the Spotted Wintergreen Plant is easy to grow!
Applications of the Spotted Wintergreen
Centuries ago, Native Americans used the Spotted Wintergreen as a medicine. They used it to break down kidney stones and gallstones. They also used the leaves to treat stomach issues, sores, and open wounds. It has a number of healing properties that Native Americans found useful.
Now, the Spotted Wintergreen is used to add a splash of color to your garden! If you want a unique plant for your home or office garden, consider the Spotted Wintergreen!
Call Tennessee Nursery for the Spotted Wintergreen Today!
At Tennessee Nursery, the Spotted Wintergreen is just one of many plants we offer. We know the Spotted Wintergreen will grow well under just about any conditions. That is why we recommend it to so many people. You can also combine the Spotted Wintergreen with the plants your garden already has! That way, you can create a symphony of color in your backyard! Our plant experts can also work with you to develop your commercial landscape as well! To learn more about the Spotted Wintergreen or other plants in our selection, contact us today!