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Gaylussacia Brachycera 'Berried Treasure' Huckleberry Bush

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Original price $40.00
Original price $40.00 - Original price $40.00
Original price $40.00
Current price $30.00
$30.00 - $30.00
Current price $30.00
Selected Size: 1 gallon

Gaylussacia Brachycera

'Berried Treasure'

Huckleberry Bush

Zones 5-8

Partial Sun or Full Sun or Shade

"I'm your huckleberry". Many people know this quote from iconic movie Tombstone, but know nothing about this native fruiting plant that is beginning to make a revival in the landscape and garden. 'Berried Treasure' is a dwarf low-growing shrub also known as Box Huckleberry. The boxwood-like foliage is a glossy dark blue-green and is even evergreen in some areas. 'Berried Treasure' is a great pollinator for butterflies and other beneficial insects. 'Berried Treasure' produces edible berries come after the white to pink bell-shaped flowers bloom. These berries are a darker blue-purple and are quite sweet to taste. The berries on 'Berried Treasure' can be used in a variety of ways including making pancakes, jam, ice cream, juice, candy, muffins, and so much more. Fall color is crimson to scarlet red. 'Berried Treasure' is great for groundcover or walkway plantings, extending the edible landscape to new location. Plantings of two or more 'Berried Treasure' will increase fruit production. 'Berried Treasure' may reach 1 ft in height by 3 ft in width in 10 years.

Buy ‘Berried Treasure' Huckleberry bush online mail-order. Gaylussacia Brachycera 'Buried Treasure' is a low growing huckleberry bush. A purchase of a 'Berried Treasure' Huckleberry is a true investment in your yard! Gaylussacia Brachycera 'Buried Treasure' Huckleberry is the dwarf Huckleberry bush for you! Buy this 'Buried Treasure' Huckleberry bush online with confidence at our online Japanese maple store!

Limited Quantities Available !! As we have over a thousand cultivars of Japanese maples, we often do not have many of each cultivar. We recommend that you buy the Japanese maples you want immediately as we often sell out of certain selections.