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Huckleberry Plants

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Affordable huckleberry bushes

Fresh huckleberries are a real treat. So like blueberries, they’re an American favorite. If you want to grow your own huckleberries, then you’re in the right place. Buy one of our gorgeous, hardy huckleberry bushes and you’ll be all set!

Hardy huckleberry bushes — a great edible for zones 3-8

Do you garden in USDA hardiness zone 3-8? Do you want to grow some of your own food? If you answered ‘yes’ to both of those questions then take a good look at our beautiful huckleberry bushes. We stock wild huckleberry, which is hardy from zone 3-7 and box huckleberry which is hardy in all the zones from 3-8.

But there’s something else you should know about our huckleberries.

While other nurseries only sell huckleberries that are rated to these zones, we sell huckleberries that have adapted, over a number of generations, to the individual USDA hardiness zones. So when you order a plant from us, you can be confident that the plants that arrive in your mail are well-suited to your specific climate and are ready to thrive.

Cheap huckleberry bushes with a guarantee

We work hard to bring you low grower prices on our entire range of plants. We cut out the middle man so we can offer you cheap huckleberry bushes. You might think that means the quality of our plants is cheap. But nothing could be further from the truth. We lovingly care for all our huckleberry bushes and are so confident that they’ll thrive in your garden that we offer a one-year guarantee on all our huckleberry bushes.

Pro tip:

Huckleberry bushes prefer fairly acidic soil. If your soil’s pH is between 4 and 6, your new plants will love you. If it’s a little higher, you can acidity it by incorporating sulfur into your soil.

So if you want to grab a fantastic deal on an edible plant for your cold-climate garden, all our huckleberry bushes love the cold, are easy to grow and maintain and are adapted to your climate.