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Bayberry - 2 Gal.

$47.99

Myrica pensylvanica

There may not be a plant, native or otherwise, that has as many uses and 'talents' as Northern Bayberry. It has a long history in the eastern U.S. due to its scent and the use of its essential oil in soaps, candles, and other household products. It also has a long, storied landscape history and is a prime wildlife support plant. Northern Bayberry forms a wide, spreading presence in the landscape with deep green foliage densely held and very aromatic when crushed. It's a very tolerant plant, surviving sun or partial shade, moist or dry soils, great conditions or seaside spray with ease, all while providing loads of cover for birds and supply of gray, waxy berries in the fall and winter that birds love. This plant is big, so give it ample space in the landscape… it may be a great plant for that rough area you have where you can let it grow, enjoy its lushness and watch the birds flock to your yard!

Estimated Shipping time: Most orders placed now will start to ship early in April, depending on weather. Reach out if you have any questions!

Zone: 3 - 8

Mature Size: 5 - 6 ft High x 8 - 10 ft Wide

Current Size Est.: 15-24''

Growing Tips

Sun Exposure: Full Sun

Availability and quality confirmed as of Wednesday, March 3 2021

Wondering what the #1, #2, #15 mean? The nursery industry uses these numbers to identify pot size. Wondering what size to buy? Check out this handy container comparison picture below. 

Plant Size Guide

Below is the most current USDA hardiness zone map. All of our products can be found by your particular winter hardiness zone shown below.

 

ShrubBucket Delivery Area 2021

We hand-deliver to all of the areas located in green in the above map.
 
Hand-delivery is FREE on orders over $45 in the green counties. 

We are excited to now be serving the Chicago, West Michigan, Baltimore and D.C. markets! 

 

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Nice healthy plants