" I ordered 4 evergreen huckleberry plants from Raintree nursery in southwestern Washington in 2012 and planted them in acidic soil on the north side (more shady there) of my house. I hope to have some berries soon."
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"I have not seen this posted before is it because it is common to all, or is it because its not common? Many people would be very allergic to this plant , I was, when I was younger, but now I,m Ok with it. Which could be another reason people…"
Small evergreen bush, native to temperate and subtropical climates. This is the most fragrant plant of the lot, that I have smelt. I suggest not planting it under a window, its fills the house with a very strong over sweet heady scent. Plant…