Lindera Wild Spice Bush-seeds

Spicebush is dioecious (plants are either male or female), so that both sexes are needed in a garden if one wants drupes with viable seeds.

The leaves, buds, and new growth twigs can be made into a tea. The fruits can be dried, ground, and used as an allspice substitute.

Native Americans,  used the plant for treatments in multiple ailments.

Spicebush is a deciduous shrub growing to 6–12 feet . It has a colonial nature and often reproduces by root sprouting, forming clumps or thickets

The leaves, along with the stems are very aromatic when crushed with a spicy, citrusy smell. In the the fall the leaves turn a very bright and showy yellow color.


20 seeds @ 12.95

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