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Vaccinium vitis-idaea 'Koralle' Quart

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Same family as blueberries and huckleberries, but lingonberries are small red, tart berries used often in preserves, syrups, and baking.

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'Koralle Lingonberry' serves double duty as a low growing, evergreen ornamental shrub or groundcover, and as a source of tart red berries that can be made into preserves, syrups, wines, and baked goods. Small dense leaves will take on bronze tones in the winter, and revert to a deep green the rest of the year. This lingonberry can handle full sun and a fair amount of shade, but may produce more fruit in sunnier locations. 'Koralle Lingonberry' reaches about a foot tall, with a reported spread of up to two feet wide, and does well in borders, rock gardens, woodland gardens, large containers and as a ground cover. Birds and bees find the flowers and berries attractive, and deer tend to ignore it.

Common Name Koralle Lingonberry, Cowberry, Lowbush Cranberry
Culinary Uses Berries may be eaten fresh, cooked, or used in jams, preserves, wines, and syrups.
Harvest Time Mid-summer to fall
Mature Size Shrub 1 foot tall, up to 2 feet wide
Growth Rate Moderate
Cold Hardiness -30° F
Light Full sun to part shade
Structure Low spreading
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