Mayflower | Gravel plant | ground laurel | Epigaea repens


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Partial Shade

Thrice per day

lightly moist, but not soggy


An evergreen ground cover that displays interesting foliage, flowers and fruit.

What you get:

  • Potted plant (Plant + pot)
  • Free gift
  • Instruction card for plant care


Epigaea repens becomes a creeping mat, commonly only 4-6 in. high. The broad, oval, leathery leaves are aromatic and evergreen. A trailing, evergreen plant with sweet-scented pink or white flowers in terminal and axillary clusters on hairy stems. Trumpet-shaped, white to pale pink flowers, also aromatic, are followed by a whitish berry, resembling a raspberry in appearance. For this favorite wildflower with an exquisite fragrance, one must search among the fallen leaves in early spring.

Common Name:Gravel plant, shadflower, ground laurel, mountain pink, winter pink
Botanical Name:Epigaea repens
Native To:North America
Care Taking:Hard
Sunlight:Partial Shade
Bloom Time:March to May
Soil:lightly moist, but not soggy
Watering:Thrice per day

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  • Part shade to full shade is preferred.
  • Require moderate watering.
  • Well-drained soil high in organic matter, and full sun or partial shade.
  • Apply any organic fertilizer.

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