Spicebush - Northern Ridge Nursery
Spicebush - Northern Ridge Nursery
Spicebush - Northern Ridge Nursery

Northern Spicebush

$ 16.95

Description:

🛑CANNOT SHIP TO: AK,HI

🧬Scientific Name: Lindera Benzoin

🗺️USDA Hardiness Zones:

2

Size: 1 1/2-2 Foot

1 1/2-2 Foot
2-3 Foot

Shipping Window (More info on Shipping tab above): Spring/Summer (3/15/23 - 7/30/23)

Spring/Summer (3/15/23 - 7/30/23)
Fall/Winter (Zones 6-10 Only)(11/15/22 - 2/28/23)
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Description

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Spicebush – Named for Sweet, Spicy Fragrance

Why Spicebush (Lindera Benzoin)?

Lindera benzoin, also known as spicebush, is a member of the laurel family and originates from the eastern region of North America. Within its native area, it may grow in the understory of damp, lush woodlands, particularly those with limestone. It has a colonial character and commonly reproduces via root sprouting, resulting in clumps or thickets. Many plants that belong to the genus Lindera have common names that include "spicebush," and they could have a similar appearance.

Due to its early spring blooming, it is sometimes called the "forsythia of the wilds" in the North. This is because the early spring flowering lends many lowland woodlands a slight yellow hue.

The female plants have a higher cost of reproduction than their male counterparts; however, in the wild areas, there is a tendency for more males than females in the group.

Early land surveyors relied on spicebush as a reliable source of fertile agricultural land due to the plant's propensity to thrive in dense woodlands. The leaves, buds, and twigs may also brew tea.

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Interactive Excerpt From USDA Plant Guide

Plant Summary

Key Information for Northern Spicebush (Lindera Benzoin):

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Pollination Information

Pollination of Northern Spicebush (Lindera Benzoin):

Fertilization

Fertilization

It is generally recommended to wait to fertilize a bare root plant until it has been established in the ground and is actively growing. This can vary depending on the type of plant and the growing conditions, but it is generally best to wait at least a few weeks to a few months after planting.

During the first year, you should focus on providing the plant with the right amount of water, sunlight and soil to help it become established. Once the plant has become established and is actively growing, you can begin to fertilize it.

You can use a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer or one that is specifically formulated for the type of plant you have. Be sure to follow the instructions on the fertilizer package and apply it at the recommended rate.

It is also important to note that over-fertilizing can be harmful to plants, so it's always best to error on the side of caution and start with a lower amount of fertilizer and increase as needed.

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Shipping Schedule
 
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  3 05/15–07/30 May 15th No Fall Shipping NA
  4 05/12–07/30 May 15th No Fall Shipping NA
  5 05/02–07/30 April 30th No Fall Shipping NA
  6 04/15–06/30 April 15th 11/25–12/30 Sept 30
  7 04/01–06/15 April 10th 12/15–01/30 Nov 30
  8 03/29–05/30 April 1st 12/15–02/15 Dec 15
  9 03/15–05/30 April 1st 12/30–02/28 Feb 15
  10 03/15–04/30 March 22 12/30–03/15 Feb 28

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