The Berries Gallery:

Berries portrait of
Vaccinium ovatum:
Evergreen Huckleberry




Following the May flourishing of tiny
pink & white bell-shaped flowers,
the Evergreen Huckleberries begin to develop their
fruits. The first July photo shows the fruits
at their purple stage. They ripen quite slowly.




By late August & early September,
some the bushes have tasty tiny berries
fully ripened to black, though shrubs in deeper shade
still have a great many unripe purple berries.
For more about this shrub, see the
Vaccinium ovatum page.

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