Arctostaphylos uva-ursi ‘Massachusetts’
Exposure: Full to Partial Sun
Mature Size: 12″ high x 4′ wide
Shrub form: Spreading
Foliage Color: Green with showy pink flowers
Growth Rate: Moderate
Uses: Rock Gardens, groundcover
Description: A very cold-hardy groundcover with green foliage, showy pink flowers and red berries that persist into winter. Perfect for rock gardens and attracting hummingbirds to your yard.
Ornamental Features: Clusters of pale pink bell-shaped flowers emerge at the ends of branches in mid spring followed by red berries that persist into winter. Green foliage throughout the season turns red-gold in the fall.
Landscape Attributes: Winter hardy groundcover with a spreading habit of growth. Low maintenance and prefers dry, well drained, sandy to loam soil. Deer resistant, salt and drought tolerant once established.