Small bronze flowers are followed by bright orange berries in clusters up and down stems covered with bright-green foliage.
The berries of the Wild Coffee last from summer, through frosts, into winter, bringing cheer, color, birds and wildlife into winter gardens. The seeds were roasted and used as a coffee substitute, and this plant was included in the U.S. Pharmacopoeia in the 1800s.
Also known as Late Horse Gentian, Feverwort, Tinker Weed
Approx 15 seeds per pack