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Regions 1,2,3,4,5,6 - Dry-Wet
Spicebush is a 6' to 12' tall native perennial shrub with a native distribution over all the eastern half of the US. It grows best in medium to moist well drained soils in full sun or part shade. It is usually found in rich low woods, bottomlands, damp thickets, and along streams. Spicebush gets its common name from the pleasant strong scent of crushed foliage. The plant features long slim branches with profuse clusters of small yellowish flowers in the spring and equally abundant showy bright red berries as the leaves turn yellow and fall. Over 20 species of birds, as well as deer, rabbits, raccoons, and opossums are reported to eat the fruit and foliage. The colorful fall foliage and bright berries make this an attractive choice for landscaping.
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