Large, red, vitamin-filled berries are produced on evergreen plants in mid to late summer. The wild cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) is an evergreen, ground-cover plant native to North America which flourishes in boggy conditions and actually contains very few seeds. Consequently we can only give ten seeds per packet.
Sow in a tray of damp ericaceous peat. Cover them with a polythene bag and put in a fridge for a couple of weeks. Remove them and grow at 70 degrees until they slowly germinate which may take some time.
Common name:Vaccinium macrocarpon
Packet Content:10 (Approx)