V. angustifolium, Upland Lowbush blueberry, Sugarberry


Green, pubescent. Verrucose.


Red-brown to black, with non-slender aristae to 1.5 mm.


Bright to deep green -upper. Paler, nitid -lower. Margin serrate.


Cylindric-urceolate, 4-6 mm. White or pink-tinged. Coëtaneous. May-June.


Glaucous blue, dark blue, or rarely black. Very sweet. July-August.


To 6 dm. Colonial.

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