GAYLUSSACIA BRACHYCERA - BOX HUCKLEBERRY
Box Huckleberry is a great berry plant for a homeowner.
This plant will grow to be around 6 to 8 inches tall and can spread to be around 2 feet wide. It will grow around 1 to 2 inches each year after it gets established in the garden or on the lawn. It grows in the shade and also thrives in dry and acidic soil conditions. This plant will make a great small shrub bush when it is fully grown. This small shrub looks a lot like the boxwood, and the leaves will be a dark green and oval. The berries that this shrub will produce will be good to bring and attract smaller wildlife to the area. The birds and squirrels will love to feast on the small blueberries that this shrub will produce. Deerberry commonly known as buckberry, tall deerberry, and southern gooseberry is a deciduous shrub that belongs to the Health family. It's closely related to blueberries and cranberries with greenish-blue berries that contain few soft seeds. It grows well in open woods on sandy and well-drained soils. This is a shrub that will look amazing when growing in large and small gardens. It will supply a beautiful color of red in the winter months of the year and will give the garden a beautiful burst of red. It is an evergreen plant and will provide gorgeous little white flowers during May and June each year. It is a beautiful little shrub and is found growing a lot in the Appalachian mountain area. Other small bushes will grow from the original once it has matured, and they will come from the roots of the original shrub. The fruit will be on these shrubs from around July through August. It is a great little shrub and the blueberries that this shrub produces can be eaten and enjoyed. This small version of the blueberry plant will look amazing as it begins to grow and will give great color all throughout the year. So, add color and life to your outdoors! Bring wildlife to your front yard!