Black Huckleberry

Gaylussacia buccata
  • Light Full Sun Partial Sun Shade
  • Growth Rate Growth Rate Slow
  • Height Height 3 to 5
  • Width Height 3 to 5
  • Wildlife Attracts Bees and Other Pollinators Attracts Birds Attracts Butterflies / Moths

Black huckleberry is a small shrub in the Heath Family similar to blueberries. The fruit is dark and mealy relative to blueberries but is taken by songbirds. Spring flowers are an ornamental reddish pink. This shrub prefers full to filtered sun with acid, rich, well drained soils. Huckleberries will not perform well in heavy clays.

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Description

Black huckleberry is a small shrub in the Heath Family similar to blueberries. The fruit is dark and mealy relative to blueberries but is taken by songbirds. Spring flowers are an ornamental reddish pink. This shrub prefers full to filtered sun with acid, rich, well drained soils. Huckleberries will not perform well in heavy clays.

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Dimensions 6047483221 × 60474843220 cm
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