Wetland Indicator Status:
Seed Provenance:
Unknown Location Seed

C of C:[5]


SKU: e106cd888757 Category:


Cultural Information:

A rather diminutive shrub reaching only 2-3′ tall at maturity with a rounded overall form.  White flowers are attractive to native pollinators.  A deep taproot provides this plant with access to moisture even during very dry spells.  A good plant for sloped areas.  Plant in full or part sun in dry to medium soils.

Associated Species: [6]


Field Observations:

We have not seen this plant in the wild or even commonly in garden centers.  Leaves were used as a substitute for tea during Revolutionary times.  Native to the eastern half of the US.

New Jersey Tea is Native to the following States & Ohio counties