Winterberry is native to the Eastern United States and Southeast Canada. Commonly found in moist swamps and thickets within these regions.
Uses: Winterberry branches are prized by many décor and art enthusiasts for uses in floral arrangements, winter window boxes, wreaths, and mistletoes.
Fun Fact: The berries are mildly toxic to humans and animals. Also, beware that if you decide to use winterberry in your landscape you are welcoming robins, mockingbirds, cedar waxwings, deer, raccoons, and mice to your yard.
Hardiness zones: 3-9