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Partridgeberry

Partridgeberry

Mitchella repens

This diminutive woodland creeper is often missed. Its tiny, twinned flowers, pinkish in bud, then turning white, bloom in late May to June on the ends of evergreen stems with tiny, rounded leaves. Each pair of flowers forms a single bright red berry in the Fall.


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