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Lindera benzoin

Commonly known as spicebush, is a deciduous shrub native to North America. Celebrated for its aromatic leaves and clusters of tiny yellow flowers in early spring, it adds fragrance to landscapes. The oval-shaped leaves turn a vibrant yellow in the fall, providing seasonal interest. Well-suited to various soil conditions, spicebush is a versatile and resilient choice for gardens, naturalized areas, and woodland landscapes. It also serves as a valuable resource for wildlife, attracting butterflies and providing habitat. With its aromatic charm and ecological benefits, Lindera benzoin is a favored addition to diverse outdoor settings.

Origin: Native

Current Sale Size: 6 - 12", bare root seedling

Growth Rate: Slow (12" or less / yr)

Soils: Medium, well-drained soils

Moisture: Mesic

Shade Tolerance: Part Shade

Mature Height: 6 - 12 ft.

Mature Spread: 6 - 12 ft.

Uses: Fragrant, fall color, hedge, rain garden

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