Evergreen huckleberry or California huckleberry. A vigorous, large-leafed selection of a common native shrub selected by Suzanne Schettler. Leaves are leathery, oval, lustrous dark green to 1” with bronze toned new growth. Small white, bell-shaped flowers appear from March to May on closely branched stems. Black berries form in the fall and are useful in pies, jams, jellies and syrups. Dense habit to 8’ but it can easily be trimmed into a hedge or grown in containers. Moderate to occasional water. Hardy to 10F. Western North America.