Winter Plant Varieties

Scented plants and shrubs with richly colored berries and leaves keep a garden looking alive and interesting during the long winter months.

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Wintertime (<em>Gaultheria mucronata</em>)

Needs acidic, preferably peaty soil and likes partial shade, although will fruit best in sun.

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