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The Evergreen Huckleberry is a great shrub native to Washington! It provides yearround interest and is adaptable. If planted in full sun, the growth will be stunted, but it will produce more berries and blosoms! The berries are edible raw or cooked and are commonly cooked in delicious muffins. This low maintenece plant can offer many benefits to a garden or landscape!

Evergreen Huckleberry

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  • Evergreen Huckleberry - Vaccinium ovatum


    Size: 3-6' in the sun, up to 12' or more in the shade.


    Growing Conditions: Full sun to part shade, some moisture in soil.


    Features: Low maintenence, evergreen glossy leaves, pinkish flowers bloom in spring, edible berries, attracts pollinators, drought tolerant, deer resistant.


    Natural Habitat: Native to coniferous forest of the Pacific Northwest.


    Companion Plants: Vine Maple, Rhododendrons, Azaleas.

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