Huckleberry - Vaccinium Caespitosum
Wild Huckleberry Bush is a member of the Vaccinium family and is a close cousin to the blueberry. It produces fruit that is typically red, blue, or black in color and humble in size, and its small, bell-shaped flowers bloom in April and May. The North American native can be ever green or deciduous, depending on its geographical location. It will produce more berries if daily exposure to sun is available. This fun plant can easily be incorporated into any garden and enjoyed all summer long.
ReviewsThe berries on this bush are the best! I have never grew fruit or berries before so I was skeptical, but these taste great!
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