Partridge Berries – Newfoundland

On our trip to Gros St. Anthony Newfoundland, we discovered these Wild Partridgeberries, relative of the cranberry family, and internationally known as the lingonberry. They are low mat forming evergreen shrub with tiny rounded leaves. These berries grow in the dry, acidic soils of Newfoundland and Labrador’s barrens and coastal headlands. 

It took a long time to try and pick these berries. I had no container but to used my hat to gather these little berries.

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