Lindera plants arrived bare root in good shape, well packaged and both with well developed roots. I asked for one each male and female if possible; they appear to be propagated by cuttings, so hopefully Green Thumbs knew the sex of each plant.
Taller than I expected. It’s a bit battered from the trip. Support stick broke in 3 places and broke the top of bush off. The box was smashed at the top. A note to anyone that buys a spicebush, they need a male and female to produce flowers. Don’t just buy one like I did.
The packaging and management of the plants was great, clearly knowledgeable people behind it all. Looking forward to getting an apricot tree from them at some point.
I wish I could give you a review. Sadly my order is still on some truck somewhere and I’m sure I will get 2 dead twigs one it shows up. I hope you will replace it once it comes
And one really needs to know whether you’ve bought a male or female plant for berry production. I bought the spicebush for my wildlife garden, and berry production is very important to me. Just anyone know how to determine the sex of the spice bush?