G, frondosa. is a species with large, pale green, blunt-pointed leaves and flowers hanging or dangling from long, slender peduncles in irregular clusters. Fruit, round, large, bluish black berries with a whitish bloom, ripening later than the preceding.
One of the sweetest and finest of these fruits, found growing on bushes in moist woods or by the sides of lakes or slow streams, along the coast of New England southward, in the mountains of Pennsylvania - where it attains its greatest perfection - to the Gulf. (See illustration, p. 445.)
Blue Tangle Dangleberry. (Gaylussacia frondosa)