Berried Treasure Gaylussacia Brachycera; this is an ice age survivor!
One colony in Pennsylvania covers over a mile…at 6 inches per year growth, that would make this single colony over 10,000 years old!
Box Huckleberry is related to Blueberries and is self-fertile. It produces a long (3/4″)drupe-like, blue fruit July to August. Its leaves are glossy, minutely toothed, & lay almost flat along the stem. In Fall, they turn a brilliant red-burgundy. Prefers full sun to partial shade, and well- drained humitic soil.
Wildlife & drought tolerant. Pollinator & wildlife friendly.
Berried Treasure Box Huckleberry
Prices vary with size and health of plants, depending on season and year.
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