Jim Fry wrote:It's a fairly useful herb, if used correctly. But it can have severe effects if consumed to excess or incorrectly. We would move it someplace that keeps it happy, but is out of reach of children and other useful animals.
Joylynn Hardesty wrote:I don't think the leaves are quite righte for garden huckleberries. The fruit structure is the same though. I would defer to Joseph Lofthouse. He has experience in growing both.
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
I consider both species to be unfit for human consumption.
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