Wild Huckleberry Bush
USDA Climate Zone: 2-7
Bush Height: 6 feet
Bush Width: 5 feet
Growth/Year: 6 inches
Soil Type: Suitable for a variety of moist soils
Sun: Prefers full sun with partial shade
The Wild Huckleberry Bush is also known as Vaccinium Caespitosum in the scientific world. It will grow best in climate zones two through seven and can grow about six inches each year. This shrub will grow to be anywhere from six feet tall and about five feet wide. It can thrive in many different soil conditions, making it very versatile. This plant will also need either a full sunlight or a partially shaded environment to reach its potential. It will produce berries that can vary in color, depending on the variety you purchase. It is a hardy plant that will give you food and color at the same time.