Bunchberry (Cornus Canadensis): Zones 2-7
Also known as creeping dogwood, this shade loving perennial is a great native groundcover. Showy, white flowers bloom in spring. By late summer, flowers turn into red berry bunches. Bunchberry is great for a woodland garden as well as shaded or wet areas. The berries are edible and contain pectin, which is excellent for making jam. Bunchberry flowers attract butterflies and berries are eaten by black bears and small mammals. Deer and rabbit resistant.
Size: 3.25″ container