**I LOVE plants that can be neglected and still thrive well!**
**GROWN ON OUR FARM HERE IN TENNESSEE**
**15 Red Huckleberry Seeds**
Edible parts of Red Bilberry:
Fruit - raw or cooked and used in making jams, pies, jellies,wines, etc.
The fruit can also be dried for later!
The fruit makes a very superior jelly!
The fruit is about 12mm in diameter!
A tea is made from the dried fruit and leaves.
Other uses of the herb:
The long straight green stems and twigs have been used to make brooms
Description: This common deciduous shrub grows 4-10 feet tall, with dense, strongly- angled, bright-green branches. Leaves are alternate, small (usually less than one inch across), and oval, mostly with smooth edges. Flowers are small, white, and bell-shaped. Fruits are small (about ¼ inch in diameter), pinkish-red to bright-red, round, and fleshy. In winter look for small, alternate red buds pressed against bright green twigs and branches.
Habitat: In coniferous forests, in dry to slightly moist, humusy soil, or on rotting stumps and logs. Prefers loamy, acid soils or rotting wood. Partial to full shade (prefers full shade).Makes a great house plant!
Advantages/Disadvantages: The persistent fruits and attractive branching habit and color make this an excellent landscape plant. A good choice for upland, wooded areas, due to its tolerance of dry, shady conditions. Leaves and twigs are browsed by deer and elk. Berries are eaten by birds & bee's, chipmunks, black bear, and humans to eat!
Propagation: Best grown from seed!
Don't wait! The sooner your Red huckleberry are planted, the sooner you'll be enjoying a plentiful supply of sun-ripened berry whenever you walk into your backyard!
E-Z TO GROW!!!