Gardening Questions And Answers
The evergreen dwarf shrubs grow in dwarf shrub heaths of alpine pastures, but also in sparse and dry forests. They are mainly found in pine forests. The wild cowberry (cranberry) prefers partial shade and spruce and pine needles as soil. With a little talent, however, the cowberry will also grow well in your garden.
Since cowberries and blueberries have the same requirements for soil and location in the garden, it is recommended to plant blueberries at the same time. But be careful: The bushes do not bear fruit in the first two years after planting. From the 3rd year onwards, however, they will bear fruit twice a year.