Spice Bush - Lindera Bezoin
Spice Bush is a heavy shade tolerant deciduous shrub, native throughout the eastern United States. It blooms in March with small greenish-yellow flowers and attracts a range of wildlife for its soft fragrance. Despite its showy foliage, it remains tolerant of drought, and deer. Spice Bush is a fairly short shrub that makes it an invaluable habitat for butterflies in woodland areas or a long stream or creek beds. The swallowtail butterfly is attracted to this plant’s aromatic leaves which are not prone to disease or insect infestation.
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DetailsCurrent Stock:Description: Latin Name- Lindera Benzoin Hardy Planting Zone- 4-9 Mature Height- 6-15 ft Width- 5-10 ft Sun or Shade- Partial Shade