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The red berries ripen in late summer or fall. High-energy fruit attracts many birds. This plant is a larval food source for the Spicebush swallowtail. Stir in honey. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Lindera benzoin. The berries, dried and powdered, were used during the American Revolution as a substitute for allspice, and early American settlers used dried spicebush bark in place of cinnamon. Lindera benzoin Conservation status.
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Spicebush, named for its spicy, fragrant leaves and stems, is native to moist woodlands in the Midwest and occasionally occur in the Chicago area. It is most often used in landscapes in shrub borders and naturalized areas. High in fat content in the berries are quickly eaten by various species of birds. Difficult to transplant because of fiberous root asian and american spicebush. Best in part shade but will tolerant full sun with adequate soil moisture.