Small shrub native to Québec. Its bearing is spread-out and creeping. The dark-green glossy leaves take on tints of bronze and red in the fall. Its small pinkish-white flowers, which open in the spring, then make way for red fruit consumed by birds. This is beautiful ground cover for big surfaces.
Height: 5 to 20 cm
Width: 60 to 120 cm (and more)
Blooms: white tinged with pink, May to June
Fruiting: red, from late summer to fall (may persist on the plant in winter), edible
Attractions for wildlife: attracts pollinators and birds