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Fall shipping begins in late September on select items.
Fall shipping begins in late September on select items.

Red Pearl Lingonberry

Original price $14.99 - Original price $14.99
Original price
$14.99 - $14.99
Current price $14.99
SKU G130

Vaccinium vitis-idaea 'Red Pearl'

The Perfect Pollinizer! While not as heavily productive, it has been a superior pollinizer for other lingonberry varieties since 1983, and will keep yields high and consistent! Selected from the wild in Holland for its tasty fruit, vigorous growth and brilliant green foliage. It grows 13" to 15" inches tall.

Scandinavians love these fantastic edible evergreen ground covers that produce delicious cranberry-like berries great for sauces, jellies and cooking. They are attractive and easy-to-grow in your garden, with bright red fruits the size of a small blueberry. These beautiful and productive groundcover plants are under-utilized and a must for American gardeners in cooler or maritime regions. Hardy to USDA Zones 4.

Click Here to read our Lingonberry Growing Guide

Size: 4" Pot


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  • Do you ship lingonberries for fall planting, or are they shipped for spring planting?

    At the end of the month we will start shipping potted plants for fall, which lingonberries are, unless otherwise requested.

  • What are the best lingonberries for zone 8b Florida?

    Lingonberries are a cold climate plant and would struggle to survive in Florida.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Alpine S.

I ordered one plant to act as a pollinizer for my Balsgard lingonberry plants ordered in the same shipment. It arrived well packaged and in excellent, live condition. It has been planted with the other lingonberries and is establishing well. I am quite satisfied with my purchase.

Dennis K.
Beautifully Packed and Shipped

If the condition in which these arrived is any indication of how well they'll grow, I'm delighted! I've never received a shipment of plants so carefully packaged. I bought four of these lingonberries and two blackberries, and they all looked as fresh as if straight from a greenhouse.
Thanks, and you can be sure I'll be back.