Groundcover identification question


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Not completely certain, but it could be Gaultheria procumbens - we used to propagate a similar plant at the nursery. If it is that, it only likes acid soil.
 
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Not completely certain, but it could be Gaultheria procumbens - we used to propagate a similar plant at the nursery. If it is that, it only likes acid soil.

If you look closely at the leaves in my photos, they are "serrated." I cannot tell in online photos of wintergreen if the leaves are serrated or not. Are gaultheria procumben leaves serrated??? Thanks! Please let me know.
 
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