Thursday, May 17, 2018

Consider the Garden Huckleberry

The problem with growing your own fruit is that you often have to wait years after planting the trees and bushes to get a decent-sized harvest.  Enter the garden huckleberry.  Garden huckleberries are unique because they are annual plants. The berries are firm, shiny, black, and grow in clusters on bushes approximately the size of a tomato plant.  

(For my "way up north" readers in Alaska and Canada, think of big crowberries.)  This isn't the sweet wild berry popular in the Pacific Northwest that resembles a blueberry, but a completely different berry.

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