It was eight minutes to eleven as we slid past the lodge and on to the bilberry road.
Every chink between the stones was fringed with fern and bilberry.
I was fishing for trout when a mother moose came up-stream among the bilberry and alder bushes.
The wild fig-tree grows here, and the huge boulders are tapestried with box and bilberry.
It feeds from April to June on sallow, birch, bilberry, and wild strawberry.
The bilberry (Vaccinium Myrtillus) presented itself most commonly with red flowers, more rarely with flesh-coloured ones.
Sometimes spoken of as the bilberry, but more commonly as the service berry, the fruit of the shad-bush (Amelanchier canadensis).
They landed on swampy ground, and made their way over rare beautiful mosses, ling, and low growth of bilberry and cloudberry.
And in Dolly's passage across the room another incident occurred which was not lost upon the head of the house of bilberry.
We were coming within a mile of the bilberry embankment, when we began to observe a new class of phenomena.