Bear huckleberry facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBear huckleberry
Gaylussacia ursina, the bear huckleberry, is a plant species native to the coastal plains of the southeastern United States, in the southern Appalachians of (Georgia, Tennessee, and the Carolinas).
Gaylussacia ursina is a shrub up to 200 cm (80 inches) tall, sometimes forming huge colonies. Flowers are in groups of 4–6, greenish-white. Fruits are black, sweet and juicy.
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