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Vaccinium Parvifolium Red Huckleberry

A deciduous native of the Pacific coast (from southeastern Alaska to central California) with small, greenish-white or pinkish, bell-shaped flowers in spring and tasty, bright red, 1⁄4” diameter berries in summer. Requires humus-rich, acid soil and tolerates shade, making it an excellent woodland companion. Upright, somewhat spreading habit. 8′ x 6′

  • Common Name Red Huckleberry
  • Zone Zone 5
  • Mature Size 4-10' x 3-8'
  • Bloom Time Spring
  • Plant Type Fruits
  • Flower Color Greenish White Pink