Lindera benzoin (Spicebush) 20ft; large shrub; a must for the butterfly garden; larval food for the Spicebush Swallowtail butterfly. Leaves have a spicy aroma when crushed. Deciduous. Zones 5-9 Pesticide Free
Unsexed plants available
My spicebushes arrived in excellent condition. They have ample roots!
Looks great, as always packaged well and healthy looking plant (if dormant and leafless this time of year). Can't wait to see it thrive in it's new home.
Spicebush arrived in excellent condition, fairly tall, with plenty of roots. I planted it in a wet spot, hope it will thrive there!
I recently ordered three Spicebushes (Lindera benzoin), and they came quickly, well-packaged, and healthy! I put them in the ground, and all three are growing like champs! Thanks, MON!
This was my first time ordering from Mail Order Natives. I was seriously skeptical, because I have had bad results buying plants online. What was always received was a bare root, dried out stick that would not grow. I decided to try MON because of the reviews, hoping they were real reviews! I have to say, I could not be more pleased with the plants I received. They were shipped fast and when I received the sealed, cardboard box, I thought there is no way there is going to be a live green plant in there. Well, believe it, there were live green plants carefully packaged, with dirt and good roots in tact. I wasn't able to plant them right away, but kept them in the plastic bags in the shaded and added a little water. I was able to plant them after a couple of days and they are doing great! I have not been able to find this plant anywhere else, only seed. I will definitely order again!
nice size w/ good root systems
I placed an order in June. All plants arrived big and healthy. Very impressed with size and quality. Will be ordering again in the fall. Thanks so much!
Arrived in good condition with leaves that have stayed for several weeks now. I mail ordered little shrubs from 7 businesses this year and this order was one of the top two for packing.
Arrived early in March. The plants appear to be in good condition. They were packed well with shredded paper instead of foam or plastic pads and tied with a plastic bag to hold the dirt. This method used little plastic, good to environment.