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Huckleberries are native to higher elevation forests and thrive in an acid soil. The plant is a close relative of the blueberry with fruit color ranging from midnight blue/black to maroon.

Grow huckleberries in the garden in a manner similar to blueberries. Don't expect similar yields to blueberries.

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