Identifying Huckleberries Archive

Huckleberrry Species

Posted April 4, 2012 By sandy

Anticipating picking huckleberry yet?  If so, (or even if not!), you might want to check out this article on identifying the different types of huckleberries.

Natural Life of the Lost Coast: Huckleberries
Redwood Times

Most of us know the evergreen huckleberry that is commonly found in the North Coast. When we encounter them in the summertime, we eat a few of the dark purple berries, fresh off the bush, or make the berries into pies and jelly. Did you know there is also a red huckleberry? Both share the same genus name, Vaccinium.

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Identifying Huckleberries

Posted July 15, 2010 By sandy

How to Identify Huckleberries | Garden Guides

How to Identify Huckleberries. Although there are approximately 40 different huckleberry plant species, these shrubs have similar leaf shapes and fruit

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Identifying Huckleberries

Posted July 15, 2010 By sandy

How to Identify Huckleberries in Montana | eHow.com

How to Identify Huckleberries in Montana. Huckleberries grow wild in Montana’s mountainous regions. They thrive in the elevated Rocky Mountain areas and can

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Is this a huckleberry? – BugGuide.Net

An online resource devoted to North American insects, spiders and their kin, offering identification, images, and information.

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