Where is the bilberry shrub grown?

Answer Bilberry is a small, wild, perennial shrub that grows throughout Europe and is now cultivated from the Far East to the United States and is related to the blueberry, huckleberry, and bearberry plants.

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Where is the senna shrub grown?

Native to Egypt, the Sudan and India.

Where is the Yerba santa shrub grown?

Grows in dry, hilly areas of California and Northern Mexico.

What is bilberry used for?

Bilberry, a cousin of the blueberry, contains antioxidant substances. While no clinical trials support its use, Europeans have used bilberry to treat diarrhea, improve circulation and control blood... Read More »

Are bilberry&cranberry related?

Cranberry and bilberry belong to the same plant genus: Vaccinium. Cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon) and bilberries (Vaccinium myrtillus) each bear the species' characteristic traits; they grow lo... Read More »