The common cranberry (Vaccinium oxycoccus) belongs to the heather family and is also a representative of the blueberries. The plants grow in bog beds and tubs crawling over the sphagnum cushions and, depending on their size, produce numerous (edible!), a few centimeters large, red and sour fruits. Due to the similarity in taste and appearance of the fruits, the cranberry is often referred to as the native cranberry. You will receive 4-5 plants in 9cm pots with about 6-7cm shoot length.