Everyone thinks Cranberries need a bog to grow these luscious berries that are packed with Vitamin C and anti-oxidants. Fortunately, Cranberries will thrive in most of our well-drained northeast soils forming a low, spreading, groundcover plant that will stand out in your edible landscape. Fine textured, glossy green foliage emerges on nearly prostrate branches followed by a profusion of small white flowers in early May. These flowers turn into berries that mature to large, bright shiny red Cranberries that are ready to pick in late summer. These berries are tart and plentiful and can be used in a wide variety of prepared dishes, juices and preserves or even fresh if you love that mouth puckering tartness. ‘Stevens’ makes a great choice for the home garden because it is selection that has fewer seeds than most varieties and because it loves full sun, will tolerate wet feet if you do have a bog at home and is virtually pest free.