The best fruiting plant for your shade garden! A native of the Pacific Northwest, this evergreen bush is beautiful throughout the year. In the spring and the fall the foliage turns from green to a striking bronze color. The late summer ripening berries are a dark blue; tart and flavorful, a little smaller than a blueberry. The shrub grows best in the shade where it can reach 6-8 feet without pruning. In the sun it only grows to 3 feet tall. It has a compact, full growth habit and spaced about 3 feet apart makes a beautiful evergreen hedge.
USDA Zone: 7-9
Grow Height: 6'-8' (Medium)
Sun: Full Sun
Ripening Time: August
Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer
Read our Huckleberry Growing Guide