The Evergreen Huckleberry is a versatile native plant that has the ability to grow in either full sun or deep shade. When in a full sun exposure these bushes can get to 10 feet tall, and in low light locations may only grow a few feet tall. New leaves are initially reddish and will darken to thick green leaves that are evergreen year round. These plants like acidic soils and are often seen growing out of nurse logs or stumps. Spring flowers will produce editable berries that will turn dark blue/black when they are ripe. Birds and wildlife love to eat the berries as well so be quick to harvest when they are ready.