Plants were located in Baraga County, Upper Peninsula of Michigan. This was a clone of plants growing tight to the ground less than 4 inches. The bright blue fruits are tiny but full of flavor. The foliage in the fall is a bright orange and yellow with the colored foliage lasting into the winter. The plants have good hardiness and disease resistance. The plants are adaptable to drier sand soils. Hardiness Zones 3-7.