Found in Northern Wisconsin. The plants grow in colonies several feet in width and the plants are 15 - 24 inches in height. In the mid part of spring pink bell shaped flowers encompass the plants and the black berries are spicy and sweet. The fall color is bright red, exhibiting a beautiful ornamental display.
Correct name: Gaylussacia baccata
The black berries are spicy and sweet
Hardy in zones 4-9
Plant in full sun to part shade