Vaccinium Caespitosum. Dwarf Bilberry

Vaccinium Caespitosum. Dwarf bilberry. Vaccinium caespitosum, commonly known as the Dwarf Bilberry, is a low-growing, deciduous shrub belonging to the heath family, Ericaceae. Typically reaching a modest height of 10 to 30 centimeters, it thrives in the cooler climates of North America’s montane and alpine regions. Characterized by its thin, wiry stems and small, leathery […]

Restoring the Pacific Northwest: The Power of Dwarf Bilberry Seeds

The Pacific Northwest (PNW) boasts a rich tapestry of ecosystems, from dense coniferous forests to winding rivers that support thriving salmon populations. As human impact has infringed upon these natural spaces, there’s been a rising need for ecological restoration. One native species that can play a significant role in these efforts is the Vaccinium caespitosum, […]