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Regions 1,2,3,4,5,6 - Dry-Med
Buck Berry is a 2' to 4' tall native perennial shrub that spreads by rooting at the nodes where they touch the ground and forms large colonies. The plant has a native distribution over nearly all the eastern half of the US. It grows best in dry to medium soils in full sun or partial shade. Buck Berry, often called Coralberry, is usually found in woodland edges, dry open woods, thickets, old fields, fence rows, and stream banks. The plant features long arching stems with small flowers in early summer and dense clusters of wine colored berries in the fall. The dark green foliage and bright colored berries persist through the winter making this a great garden plant. Numerous birds, deer, rabbits and other wildlife eat the foliage and berries, but the plant serves wildlife best by the dense cover it provides.
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