Red Huckleberry is also known as Red Whortleberry or Red Bilberry. Parvifolium means small-leaved.
Red Huckleberry grows slowly up to 12 ft. (4m), usually growing only 3-6 ft. (1-2m). It is often found growing on top of decaying logs and stumps in open to fairly dense coniferous forests.
Grows up to 4 - 12 ft. tall and 5 -6 ft. wide Full sun to full shade lover, this plant is best grown in moist to dry, well-drained, acidic soils. Great for shrub borders, foundation planting. Little pruning is needed to maintain a pretty-looking shrub. Bloom time: April-June; Fruit ripens: July-August.