Huckleberry
Vaccinium spp.
Our Northwest forests are a treasure trove of useful wild plants. Evergreen Huckleberry shares the coastal forests with other wild berries such as Salal and Elderberry. These delicious fruits are prized for fresh eating, baking, juice, wine and preserves.
Evergreen Huckleberry
Vaccinium ovatum
This very attractive, upright growing shrub is prized for its deep green, evergreen foliage and flavorful, juicy, dark blue fruit, which is great for fresh eating, preserves and pies. Evergreen Huckleberry is hardy to minus 10°F. and grows to 8 ft. in height in the shade and 3-4 ft. in height in the sun. 5722
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