HUCKLEBERRY

HUCKLEBERRY

GAYLUSSACIA BACCATA

A much-branched, stiff, colony-forming shrub, 1-4 ft. tall, with white, tubular flowers in axillary panicles on the previous season growth. Purplish-black, edible berries follow. The small, oval leaves turn shades of orange and crimson in the fall. An upright-branching shrub with small leaves and blue-black berries. The berries on this shrub make is a valuable plant for wildlife. $9.50/sq. ft.