Massachusetts Kinnikinnik is a low growing evergreen. Growing 6 in. to 12 in. tall and spreading up to 15 ft. W, it makes a perfect choice for open and exposed areas with well-drained sandy soil and plenty of sun. This ground cover plant typically grows well in poor, acidic and infertile soils and can stand light shade. The Massachusetts Kinnikinnik offers beautiful pink-white flowers that bloom sometime in April or May as well as bright red berries. This plant is an excellent option for assisting with soil erosion, rock gardens or hanging over a wall. Overall, the Massachusetts Kinnikinnik is appropriately grown in USDA Zones 2 to 6 and is great for open, sunny spaces with infertile soils.
- Flourishes in open, exposed areas with plenty of sun and infertile soils
- Ideal for rock gardens, assisting with soil erosion or blanketed over a wall
- Boasts charming pink-white flowers in the Spring and bright red berries
- Recommended for USDA Zones 2 to 6
- Water Wise and Firescape selection