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Partridgeberry Plants

Sale price$49.99

Quantity 25 Plants

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TJ
Partridgeberry

All 25 bare root plants arrived in good shape with appropriate planting instructions. The roots were in excellent condition. I fully expect healthy, robust plant growth next spring. Thank you!

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Gayle
Great service

we received our plants when requested - and have just planted them today - wish us luck!

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Nevaeh Louise

I planted these on a little slope by my mailbox they have took off they have a little red berries on them that the birds love I love these so much

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William Brown
LOVE LOVE LOVE

Looks great in my indoor terrarium. Easy to maintain, and stays clean.

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Patti Farmer
Patridge Berry Plant

This is a wonderful addition to my flower garden. Looks great where I planted it.

Partridgeberry grows wildly in their natural habitat, usually along the sandy, sloped banks of rivers and creeks and throughout the woods. Mitchella repens itself close to the ground and doesn’t climb like many other vines. It rarely gets taller than a quarter of an inch, but it can reach outwards about 12 inches. The heart-shaped or sometimes oval leaves stay their dark green shade all year round.

The Partridgeberry Has Glossy Stunning Leaves 

They are glossy and only half an inch wide. Leaves grow in pairs, on a leaf on each side of its stem. Two small, white flowers are tube-shaped and are only half an inch long during the late spring. These pairs of tiny flowers must cross-pollinate to produce berries. Mitchella repens should grow in moist yet well-drained soil. There should be at least 1 foot of space between vines. Keep new vines watered as they become established. After the initial period, watering is only needed in dry periods.

Wilting leaves may need water to have them perk back up. Like many groundcovers, it can handle the occasional chance that one may walk upon without effect. In light of its minor, non-aggressive nature, it is ideal for smaller areas that can be viewed and enjoyed., such as shady areas or around wet areas. The berries are less than half an inch wide and have been used as a source for animals. Besides acting as a source, many smaller animals and insects may seek refuge under the leaves. 

Partridgeberry Plant Is A Evergreen!!!

This vine forms a beautiful mat of evergreen leaves. It looks excellent over large areas and under trees. This vine produces fragrant funnel-shaped flowers. This vine is native and grows very well.

Partridgeberry has many common names, including its scientific name Mitchella repins, squawberry, and others. It is native to the eastern coast and can grow in some parts of Texas. In its native environment and growing naturally, you can find these vines in woodland areas and along river and stream banks with sandy soils. It stays beside the ground and doesn’t ascend like many other vines.

Partridgeberry Doesnt Get Tall, But It Spreads All Over 

It rarely gets taller than a quarter of an inch, but it can stretch outwards about 1 foot. Leaves are heart or oval-shaped, and the evergreen leaves hold their dark green shade all year round. They are shiny and only half an inch wide. Two leaves grow opposite each other, one on each side of its stem. Two tiny, white flowers are tube-shaped, only half an inch long, and bloom in the late spring. These pairs of small flowers must cross-pollinate to generate fruit. It should grow in moist yet well-drained soil.

Allow a foot gap between vines to allow for expansion. Keep new vines watered as the root system matures. After the initial period, watering is only needed in dry spells. Drooping leaves may need water to have them perk back up.

This vine is most frequently used as a groundcover.

Partridgeberry Makes An Excellent Groundcover 

Like many groundcovers, it can survive the occasional treading of the vine without effect. In light of its small, non-aggressive temperament, it is ideal for smaller areas that can be viewed and enjoyed, such as shady areas or around wet areas.

The berries are a half-inch wide. Besides food, the vine also serves as a refuge or shelter for smaller animals and insects. In early American history, people used it. Partridgeberry Plants are beautiful.