Latin Name: Myrica Pensylvancia
Description: This native shrub is deal for poor, sandy soils. Plant several together so that the conspicuous gray fruit, covered with wax, will be produced. Used in making Bayberry candles. Salt tolerant.
Height: 2 m
Spread: 2 m
Shape: Upright, mounded
Sun or Shade: SUN OR PART SHADE
Fruit: Silvery-gray berries, only produced by female
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