Do you need a delicious fruit to put into your pies? Maybe just a fruit for snacking. Huckleberry fruits are often looked over when it comes to fruit. They can be found in Idaho and are actually the state fruit! They are the perfect alternative or compliment to blueberries. Huckleberries are small, edible and tasty fruit that are very similar to blueberries. They can be used in baking, eating and crafting. They also make very delicious jams. They have a very bitter yet tart taste and become available in season during mid to late summer. Huckleberries are also often used for all natural medicinal purposes. They are a great treatment for pain, ailments and infections. Huckleberry often times has a cute meaning in music and poem lyrics as well. The term huckleberry can mean the "right person for the right job." Often times used in music to insinuate that the in love people are perfect for each other. Which is ironic considering it can also be used in literature as meaning little or insignificant. The huckleberry fruit has also been honored in many American classic stories. Huckleberry often times is used to express things or people that are small or inconspicuous but in the end turn out to be really important such as Huckleberry Finn in the book Tom Sawyer. Huckleberry has a rich history in America and has been used to help early settlers survive as well as be a delicious after dinner dessert. If your looking for huckleberry check your local grocery store. Google also has many different recipies for jam, pies, and medicines that huckleberries work for. Huckleberries can also be pickled so that they can be conserved and used all winter long. Do you need an easy to purchase, relatively inexpensive, fruit that has many uses? Huckleberry is the option for you!