Dwarf Huckleberry (Gaylussacia dumosa)
Dwarf Huckleberry grows to about two feet. The drupes are edible and mature late summer into fall. It can be confused with blueberry and blooms are similar (bell-shaped and white). The fruit of blueberry is usually preferred over Huckleberries. Dwarf Huckleberry grows in dry or moist habitat. It can be found in forests, pine barrens, bogs and bays. It often grows alongside eastern red cedar, tamarack, sweetbay, flowering dogwood and blueberry.
$25.00 / 1 gallon pot
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