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Vaccinium glaucoalbum Overview
This is an small evergreen shrub with a suckering habit which will grow to a height of 0.6-1.2m. The leaves are large, oval and leathery, and are grey-green above and vividly blue-white beneath. The flowers are tiny, cylindrical flowers, with white flushed pink and silvery white bracts, and are produced in racemes in early summer. Oval, dark grey-green leaves white beneath. Pale pink, cylindrical flowers in silvery-bracted racemes to 8cm long, followed by white-bloomed black berries
Common problems with Vaccinium glaucoalbum
How to propagate Vaccinium glaucoalbum
You can propagate by division or from cuttings in autumn.
Other uses of Vaccinium glaucoalbum