The foliage of Peppermint Pearl is lush and evergreen, the perfect no-stress ground cover. Flowers appear in midsummer, followed by late berries that have no problem hanging on through a chill. in fact, there's a reason early settlers used wintergreen as a Christmas decoration, and why we tend to associate the flavor with festive desserts—these berries perform exceptionally well in cold weather, and actually taste best after a hard frost. They'll last long in storage, especially if you freeze them. The unusual icy white color of Peppermint Pearl's fruit, along with the delightful wintergreen taste will make your holiday candies and baked goods the talk of the dessert table. Gaultheria procumbens 'Peppermint Pearl'
Gaultheria procumbens ''SpecGP11' PP27170
Sun Exposure:Partial Shade, Full Shade
Height/Habit:6 - 8 inches
Spread:10 - 12 inches
Spacing:10 - 12 inches
Flowering Date:Early to Mid Summer
Planting Instructions:Set plant at same level it is growing at in the container. Firm soil and water thoroughly.
Winter Care:No winter care needed.
Flower Form:Small pinkish-white, drooping, waxy, bell shaped. Similar to those of blueberries.
Foliage Type:Lustrous oval evergreen leaves.
Pruning:Prune back old wood in spring to encourage new growth.
Soil Requirement:Prefers acid, partially shaded, sufficiently moist soil. Will tolerate more sun if soil is kept moist.
Watering Requirement:Water regulary.
Restricted States:AE AK GU HI PR
When will my order ship?
Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:
2020 Spring Shipping Schedule
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