100 Myrica Cerifera, Waxmyrtle Native Bayberry Wild Tree Bonsai Shrub Seeds

Price: $40.85

  • Myrica cerifera is a small tree or large shrub native to North America. Its common names include Southern Wax myrtle, Southern Bayberry, Candleberry, Bayberry tree, and Tallow shrub
  • The seeds were took this season
  • Package of 100 seeds of MYRICA CERIFERA

New Northern Bayberry, Myrica pensylvanica, Shrub 20 Seeds, (Hardy Fragrant Hedge)

Price: $9.36

  • Zone: 3 to 7 (Possibly 2) Growth Rate: Medium Plant Type: Semi-evergreen to Deciduous Shrub Family: Myricaceae Native Range: Eastern North America Height: 5 to 10 feet Spread: 5 to 10 feet
  • Culture: Groupings of plants need at least one male plant to facilitate pollination of female plants and subsequent fruit set. Shrubs tend to sucker, and may form sizeable colonies in optimum growing conditions. Uses: Shrub border, foundation plant, difficult growing sites, seashore landscapes, along roadsides, mass plantings, combines well with evergreens, soil stabilization due to colonizing nature.
  • Shape: Upright, spreading branching habit, shape is irregular to mounded. Bloom Time: May Bloom Color: Yellowish green (male) Flower/Fruit: Female plants produce small, BB-sized, chalky, silver gray waxy fruits. Wax from the fruit is used to make bayberry candles. Sun: Full Sun to Part Shade Fall Color: Semi-evergreen or bronze.

Northern Bayberry, Myrica pensylvanica, Shrub Seeds, (Hardy Fragrant Hedge) (60)

Price: $14.00

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  2. Citrus County Chronicle Wax Myrtle is a hardy Florida native
    Former common names included bayberry, candleberry and tallow tree or shrub. With rapid global communication and dissemination of accurate information, the English-speaking world now uses the one standard common name: Wax Myrtle. There are five 
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    Ogren began researching the issue in the 1990s and found that plant-caused allergy problems were worsening, primarily because more male trees and shrubs were being planted in home landscapes and parks. Some of the least allergy-inducing plants are
  4. Yesterday's Island/Today's Nantucket (blog) Managing a Rare Island Habitat
    We know these habitats for their Black Huckleberry, sweet Low- and Highbush Blueberries, fragrant Northern Bayberry, and Little Blue-stem grasses rolling in the winds. The grasses, low shrubs, and multitude of wildflowers define this habitat. These
  5. Shelton Daily Voice Invasive Shrub Linked To Rising Rates Of Ticks, Lyme Disease In Connecticut
    If you have Japanese barberry bushes planted in your yard, it may be time to rethink your landscaping. The shrub, which is considered an invasive plant in Connecticut, is being blamed for a rise in the tick population in the state, which in turn is


  1. Bayberry shrubs (Myrica pensylvanica) are adaptable plants, valued for their salt tolerance. The southern variety of these bushes is used for hedges.
  2. shrub - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
  3. "Bayberry candles burned to the socket, bring health to the home and wealth to the pocket!"
  4. shrub - traduction anglais-français. Forums pour discuter de shrub, voir ses formes composées, des exemples et poser vos questions. Gratuit.
  5. Myrica / m ɪ ˈ r aɪ k ə / is a genus of about 35–50 species of small trees and shrubs in the family Myricaceae, order Fagales.The genus has a wide distribution, including Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America, and missing only from Australia.
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Myrica pensylvanica, a tough salt-resistant little shrub that grows along the Maine coastline. Apparently used for candle making
Photo by CAJC: in the Rockies on Flickr

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