Stevens is a variety of cranberry (Vaccinium Macrocarpon). It is widespread all over the world and widely cultivated in the North of the United States. Its wide diffusion is due to the productivity and the rusticity and vigor of the plant, as well as the quality of its fruits. Ripening is medium and the plant is self-fertile. The plant is ground cover and needs acid soil.
Tree: It is ground cover.
Fruit: Large berries of an intense red color with a sweet and sour taste.