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Partridge Berry-Squaw Vine

Partridge Berry-Squaw Vine

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$1.79
SKU:
238
Minimum Purchase:
10 units
Description:
Partridge Berry-Mitchella repens Hardy Planting Zones- 4-9 Sun or Shade – Partial or Full Shade Mature Height - 2-4" Mature Width- 12-16" Bloom Season – Spring to Summer (May-July) Gardener Status- Beginner

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Partridge Berry – Squaw Vine is a great plant to attract birds. 

Partridge Berry – Squaw Vine also referred to as Mitchella Repens. Hardy planting zones are 2-9. The growth rate is up to 6 inches per year. Partridgeberry has a small red berry with a contrast of green leaves. The berries are loved by partridge giving it its name. Often partridge birds will flock to make their home in this plant.

This plant has been around for many years and holds many medicinal purposes. It has been used to help a woman go into labor, ease stomach cramps and even aid in headaches. This is a low lying plant and a small grower. It can be found growing in vine form or as clumps and clusters. It is also called the squaw vine. The leaves grow in pairs along the vines, giving it a distinct look.

Some trees are present in a given environment. When it comes to the numerous trees out, there one of them is the partridgeberry tree. The partridgeberry tree is a tree that grows berries and forms as a bush. This tree is one that is quite common in some different environments.

With a partridgeberry tree, any situation will have yet another thing to make it more appealing.

When it comes to the mature size of this tree, it is entirely consistent. Most partridgeberry trees grow to about several inches in length per plant. Each of the plans has some leaves and a rod-like an object that connects them. The leaves themselves grow to about 2 to 3 inches in size as well. Therefore the maturity size of this tree is quite compact compared to most other trees.

As far as width goes, this tree varies in this regard. However, most trees of this kind grow to about two feet in length. The leaves form a bush, and it ranges to about two feet in diameter in a given area. As a result, it doesn’t take up too much space and is quite small compared to the other trees around in a given environment.

The partridgeberry tree has some growth zones. These trees grow in just about any location as long as it is well suited for growing trees and plants. This tree can be grown in forests, parks and even in gardens. Therefore it is a tree that is quite diverse and can allow people to grow something no matter where they are located. Having a tree with some different growth zones make this one of the more desirable ones to have as a result.

Squaw Vine Ships As – Bareroot Plant

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