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Gaylussacia baccata - Black Huckleberry
Gaylussacia baccata - Black Huckleberry
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Gaylussacia baccata - Black Huckleberry

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Give huckleberries a bit of room and they will spread to form a thicket just 3 feet tall. Many species of butterflies visit the bell-shaped flowers in springtime. The flowers are self-fruitful but tend to produce more fruit if two or more are planted together. The purple-black berries ripen in late summer and early fall to the delight of humans and a huge range of birds and other beneficial wildlife. The dense branching provides shelter and nesting to a wide variety of birds. Small, oval leaves turn beautiful shades of orange and crimson in the fall.

Type: Shrub, Edible
Native
Zone:
Height: 1-3 Feet
Spread: 4-5 Feet
Light: Full - Part Sun
Attracts: Birds