A handful of deep-red and dark-purple Vaccinium meridionale berries
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Vaccinium meridionale (Colombian Bilberry)

A shrub native to the cooler regions of Colombia above 6,000 feet. It is called agraz in Colombia and can be eaten fresh or used as a juice. The berries have many beneficial properties. It is sold in supermarkets. Photographed in Bogotá./p>

A multi-colored weaved bowl full of Vaccinium meridionale purple fruit
White and pink Vaccinium meridionale flowers
A Vaccinium meridionale cluster of green and purple fruit
Vaccinium meridionale branches with new red leaves
A green weaved bowl inside a golden clay bowl filled with Vaccinium meridionale purple fruit
Vaccinium meridionale
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