Gaylussacia baccata / Black Huckleberry

To our taste, even better than blueberries. Huckleberries are similar but less acidic and with a slight seedy crunch. A low-growing, colonial shrub of sandy, well drained soils. Red, bell-shaped flowers visited by a host of bees and others, occasionally butterflies. Foliage turns a stunning flame-orange in autumn,

Height: 1′ – 3′        Blooms: May – June        Fruit: August

Habitat: Well-drained, sun to part shade

Provenance: NJ

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Two Quart

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