Box Huckleberry. This now rare in the wild blueberry relative is a choice little shrub that is notable on multiple counts. Compact habit to a foot or more tall and slowly spreading by rhizomes, this has good glossy evergreen leaves turning bronzy in winter with small whitish urn-shaped flowers giving way to edible blue berries. This is being marketed under the trademark name 'Berried Treasure' which might give the impression that it is a superior selection of an already outstanding species but it is the typical species with a more pronounceable marketing name. Marketing hype will be the death of horticulture.