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The Difference Between Huckleberries and Blueberries

If you are unsure about the difference between huckleberries and blueberries …. well, you probably have never eaten a huckleberry. But, to help you out, here is a quote from WCAI: The Cape, the Coast and the Island website describing the differences:   Huckleberries Growing Across the Cape Are Tasty and Often Overlooked “Huckleberries tend […]

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The Difference Between Huckleberries and Blueberries

Despite what you may have heard, huckleberries are very different from blueberries.  To me, huckleberries taste like blueberries on steriods!! Other say a huckleberry taste like a cross between a blueberry and a red raspberry. One way of another, huckleberries and blueberries are very different! Here is a exerpt from an article that will help […]

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All About Huckleberries

Huckleberry season is definitely winning down — it appears to have been a good year for huckleberries and those picking them in the wilds! But it is always time to learn more about huckleberries. I found this excellent article the other day and wanted to share it with you: Huckleberries Vaccininum membranceum/ Globare (complex)’ V. […]

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Huckleberries vs. Blueberries

I always used to get confused when it came to huckleberries vs blueberries. I thought they were the same, just known by different names in different places. But you know what, there are a lot differences between both of them. Though these differences are very minor, there are few people who can tell you which […]

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Identifying and Picking Wild Huckleberries

Where Do You Pick Montana Huckleberries? | eHow.com During the month of July, Montana’s wild huckleberries start ripening. … Where to Pick Huckleberries in Oregon · How to Use a Huckleberry Rake … When Do Huckleberries Ripen? | eHow.com Large, sweet purple huckleberries come from the thin-leaved huckleberry plant. Thin-leaved huckleberries ripen from mid-August to […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending November 27, 2010

The Path of the Huckleberry – eG Forums The ancient path of the huckleberry is covered by the foot-steps of generations of Native Americans. In late summer when the huckleberries came into their … Huckleberry Plant Identification | eHow.com Huckleberry plants flower from April until June. These small blooms are a pale yellow or pink […]

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Where do Wild Huckleberries Grow?

Where Do Wild Huckleberries Grow? | eHow.com Wild Huckleberry Habitats. Most huckleberries (particularly the upland varieties ) thrive between 2000 and 11000 feet in elevation. …

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending September 4, 2010

Kinsey Barnard’s Photos and Real Life Adventures: Huckleberries … By kotybear2002@msn.com (Kinsey Barnard) So when I moved to Montana and heard people extolling the virtues of wild huckleberries the subject got a big yawn from me. When I found out how tiny the little dickens are and how long it takes to get an edible […]

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Huckleberrries in the News – Week Ending August 14, 2010

Huckleberry Season is on!!!!! « D.S. Tarvin’s Blog By dstarvin Chances are you haven’t tried Huckleberries, or if you have they were not treated and used with respect. And trust me the commercialized huckleberry flavors you can find out there in products are a pathetic attempt to come close to the … How Should Huckleberries […]

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Huckleberries in the News — Week Ending July 31

Laura’s Blog: Wild Berries in the Pacific Northwest (Huckleberry … By Laura Red huckleberries like to grow out of nurse logs. So sometimes the bushes can be way up high. The bushes I have seen range from about 2 feet to 10 feet tall. They have small red berries that progress in ripeness from white […]

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