Pilgrim is a variety of cranberry (Vaccinium Macrocarpon) characterized by high plant vigor and bright red fruits, large in size compared to other varieties. Fruit ripening is very late, self-fertile. It is one of the most widespread and cultivated varieties in the United States thanks to the generous size of the fruits and the constant productivity combined with the vigor of the plant. The plant is ground cover and needs acid soil.
Tree: It is ground cover.
Fruit: Big size and bright red color.