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(Bearberry, Kinnikinnick, Point Reyes Bearberry)

Drought tolerant and adaptable, bearberry, or kinnikinnick, is a spreading, mat-forming evergreen shrub typically grown as a groundcover. This super tough, plant is so cold tolerant that it naturally extends up into the farthest reaches of Alaska and northern Canada across into northern Eurasia. It has small, leathery, glossy leaves year-round and produces sweet clusters of pearly white to pale pink flowers in summer followed by bright red berries in late summer to fall. Its flowers attract bees,...

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James H. Schutte

(Bearberry, Kinnikinnick, Vancouver Jade Bearberry)

Drought tolerant and adaptable, bearberry, or kinnikinnick, is a spreading, mat-forming evergreen shrub typically grown as a groundcover. This super tough, plant is so cold tolerant that it naturally extends up into the farthest reaches of Alaska and northern Canada across into northern Eurasia. It has small, leathery, glossy leaves year-round and produces sweet clusters of pearly white to pale pink flowers in summer followed by bright red berries in late summer to fall. Its flowers attract bees,...

Image of Ardisia crenata photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Coralberry)

This Asian native is a small tender evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green, serrated leaves. Fragrant white to pinkish flowers appear in late spring and early summer, followed by showy drooping clusters of red berries that remain on the plant through much of the winter.

This shrub requires little maintenance in partial shade and humus-rich, well drained, acid soil. It adds vivid color to shady gardens and greenhouses in winter. Use it as a tall groundcover, in the foundation planting, or as...

Image of Ardisia humilis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Ardisia, Low Shoebutton)

This Southeast Asian native is a tender evergreen shrub with shiny, leathery, dark green leaves. New foliage may be tinged red. Waxy, long-lasting, pink flowers occur in spring followed by red berries that turn purplish black as they mature in autumn.

This shrub prefers moist, well drained soil and partial shade. It is grown primarily for its foliage and makes an effective low hedge, foundation plant, or potted specimen. It self-sows prolifically and has become invasive in Florida and other areas.

Image of Ardisia japonica photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Japanese Ardisia, Marlberry)

This low, suckering, evergreen shrub is native to East Asia. Its glossy, toothed, dark green leaves cluster in whorls at the stem tips. Pale pink summer flowers give rise to clusters of bright red berries in fall and winter. Several variegated cultivars have been selected.

Marlberry does best in shade and humus-rich acid soil. It makes an excellent ground cover, foundation plant, or potted specimen.

(Hakuokan Japanese Ardisia, Japanese Ardisia, Marlberry)

Marlberry is a low, suckering, evergreen shrub native to East Asia. The cultivar 'Hakuokan' has whorled gray-green leaves with powder-white, slightly scalloped margins. Pale pink summer flowers give rise to clusters of bright red berries in fall and winter.

Marlberry does best in shade and humus-rich acid soil. It makes an excellent ground cover, foundation plant, or potted specimen.

(Japanese Ardisia, Marlberry, Red Tide Japanese Ardisia)

Marlberry is a low, suckering, evergreen shrub native to East Asia. The cultivar 'Red Tide' has whorled dark green leaves with yellow centers, borne on red stems. Pale pink summer flowers give rise to clusters of bright red berries in fall and winter.

Marlberry does best in shade and humus-rich acid soil. It makes an excellent ground cover, foundation plant, or potted specimen.

(Japanese Ardisia, Marlberry, Variegated Japanese Ardisia)

Marlberry is a low, suckering, evergreen shrub native to East Asia. The cultivar 'Variegata' has whorled gray-green leaves with creamy white, slightly scalloped margins. Pale pink summer flowers give rise to clusters of bright red berries in fall and winter.

Marlberry does best in shade and humus-rich acid soil. It makes an excellent ground cover, foundation plant, or potted specimen.

(Japanese Ardisia, Marlberry, White Caps Japanese Ardisia)

Marlberry is a low, suckering, evergreen shrub native to East Asia. The cultivar 'White Caps' has whorled glossy dark leaves with creamy white, slightly indented margins. Pale pink summer flowers give rise to clusters of bright red berries in fall and winter.

Marlberry does best in shade and humus-rich acid soil. It makes an excellent ground cover, foundation plant, or potted specimen.

Image of Asarum europaeum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(European Wild Ginger)

European wild ginger is an evergreen perennial native to Western Europe. It is grown for its attractive foliage as a groundcover. The hairy stalks give rise to lustrous, dark green leaves and inconspicuous, bell-shaped, greenish-purple or brown flowers that bloom in late spring.

European wild ginger performs best in partial to full shade in acidic or neutral soil. It can also be used in a woodland garden or at the edge of a shady border. Although not related to the culinary ginger the roots...