This is really a nice shrub to have around for the wildlife benefits, beauty, and culinary uses. In Spring, Spicebush stands out in the forest with yellow flowers. During Summer, this plant attracts Spricebush Swallowtail butterflies/caterpillars.  Late Summer – early Fall, female plants produce peppery-tasting berries that be eaten as a snack or saved for later use.  A tea can be made from the aromatic leaves and twigs, and the dried and powdered fruit can be used as a spice.

Good shrub for naturalizing! Performs well in moist soils.

Size: 18-24 in bareroot plants, transplants.  

Estimated to be available starting April 1st.

code:  AN