marillen at earthlink.net
Sun Mar 15 14:14:48 EDT 2009
I'm not sure where you are located & I'm assuming you are talking about true wintergreen, not the Chilean wintergreen.
FWIW, though, it grows very well here in Zone 8 NC in moist shade (N side of house, under a large peach tree). It may be too dry under your deck. The Chilean wintergreen might have a better chance in dry soil.
Zone 8- peaches, plums & pears bloomin' in the rain
>From: Randy Burd <burdrs at gmail.com>
>Sent: Mar 14, 2009 9:34 PM
>To: nafex at lists.ibiblio.org
>Subject: [NAFEX] Wintergreen
>I have a shaded area under my deck that I would like to try to grow
>Wintergreen. I tried growing it in the past on another site with minimal
>Is this a good ground cover?
>Any tricks for establishment?
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