Lingonberries (Vaccinium vitus-idaea)

Lingonberries (Vaccinium vitus idaea)

A favorite in Scandinavia and Northern Europe, this superb edible evergreen ornamental ground cover has glossy green foliage, showy pink flowers and bright red berries. Berries are tart sweet eaten fresh, and make terrific sauces and jams. They are also very high in vitamin C and used for many health conditions including lowering Cholesterol. Spreading shrubs grow 12-18” depending on variety. Like blueberries, Lingonberries need acidic soil. Partially self-fertile but produce best with 2 for pollination. Zones 3-8.

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Lingonberries (Vaccinium vitus-idaea)

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Lingonberries (Vaccinium vitus idaea)

A favorite in Scandinavia and Northern Europe, this superb edible evergreen ornamental ground cover has glossy green foliage, showy pink flowers and bright red berries. Berries are tart sweet eaten fresh, and make terrific sauces and jams. They are also very high in vitamin C and used for many health conditions including lowering Cholesterol. Spreading shrubs grow 12-18” depending on variety. Like blueberries, Lingonberries need acidic soil. Partially self-fertile but produce best with 2 for pollination. Zones 3-8.

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Lingonberries (Vaccinium vitus-idaea)
German variety is the main cultivar used in commercial plantings in Europe. Medium large tasty berries have good acid sweet balance.
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Lingonberries (Vaccinium vitus-idaea)
West German variety is disease resistant, and the most vigorous and productive. Medium large berries have excellent flavor. USDA Zone: 2. Conventionally grown stock available in an 8 in. pot.
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Berries & Fruiting Bushes
Plant height is 8″-12″ at maturity. Plants have a good vigor, berry size is small, berry quality is firm. Plants show some resistance to Phytopthera root disease. Lingonberries are close relatives ...
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