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A small genus of 6 shrubby, evergreen perennials native to North America, Europe and eastern Asia with a creeping rootstock and whorled glossy foliage.
Native throughout most of North America, but not frequently encountered in our woods. An elegant native woodland plant in the Wintergreen family with evergreen, glossy, dark green lance-shaped and serrated foliage and alternate leaves (appearing whorled). Delicate waxy and nodding white or pink flowers in summer. The Cree name "pipsisikweu" means "it-breaks-into-small-pieces" , because it's leaves contain a substance that was thought to dissolve kidney stones. Seed wild collected in dry coniferous woods in Ontario, Canada.
There is no known method for germinating this species in an artificial setting. It is believed that a natural fungi found in its environment is required for sprouting. In the wild, this species grows in well-drained, dry woodlands, in acid conditions, wit
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