Huckleberry Plants


Anonymous added on April 12, 2018 | Answered

I planted in the shade three Huckleberry plants about 4 years ago and they are about four feet tall now. They flower like crazy and have lots of visiting bees. I water and feed them like I do my Blueberries. The Blueberries fruit like crazy, but for some reason the Huckleberries never fruit. My question is: Does the Huckleberry plant need to be some may years old in order to produce fruit? Thank you for your help, Karen

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Answered on April 13, 2018

If plant care is good and nutrition and environmental conditions are met you can expect to get fruit in 3 to 5 years.

Full production can take 10 to 15 years. So, likely just more patience is needed.

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