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This bush is an awesome plant. Once it is ready the berries have a magnificent taste. You can find the berries all around the bush. Sometimes the bush can attract bugs but not a lot, usually the bush never has any bugs around it. Enjoy your berries!

Deer Berry

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$1.89
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Fruit Season- Late Summer- Hardy Zones 3-9

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Deer Berry bush is an excellent plant.

The Deer Berry Bush feeds a variety of wildlife including whitetail deer. Twisted contorted trunks are covered in the thin reddish-brown bark which peels and shreds. Deciduous oval leaves, one to three inches in length, are white underneath and turn to red and orange during the fall. Bell-shaped flowers with clusters of yellow stamens extend beyond white petals. Pale berries appear in late spring, and early summer, ranging from bluish to purple are sweet and spicy.

 Once it is ready, the berries have a great taste. You can find the berries all around the bush. Sometimes the bush can attract bugs but not a lot. Usually, the bush never has any bugs around it. Enjoy your berries! If you love deer and wildlife and want to plant something to guarantee that you can have a large selection for them or a guaranteed eater then the deerberry is it, after all, they don't get their name for anything!

 

The Deerberry Bush is a distinctive shrub that typically consists of multiple trunks covered with reddish brown bark that easily shreds.

The trunks twist and contort to form the bush. The foliage consists of deciduous leaves that are 1-3 inches in length. The egg-shaped leaves are a lovely green color on top but have a white shade underneath.

Adding to the shrubs distinctive look is the Deerberry flowers. These delicate bell-shaped flowers each have a cluster of stamens making the flowers resemble a brush of sorts. These unique flowers bloom in early spring.

The Deerberry bush produces pale blue almost purple berries in the late spring or early summer time. The berries are typically a quarter inch to a half-inch in width. They contain several small seeds within them.

This plant is an essential plant to wildlife within the United States. Songbirds, Whitetail deer, Quail, Wild Turkeys, Raccoons, Bears, Squirrels, Foxes as well as several other species of animals use the Deerberry Bush for food.

It is highly trainable to fit into any landscape. Pruning choices will determine if the plant will become a shrub or treelike. Planting several together with proper pruning can adapt the Deerberry Bush into an excellent Hedge in lawns near wooded areas allowing wildlife to feed yet not enter the main yard.

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