noun (plural farkleberries)
A shrub or small tree with thick leathery leaves and inedible black berries, native to the southeastern US.
- Vaccinium arboreum, family Ericaceae
More example sentences
- Common shrubs are farkleberry, lowbush blueberry, and maple-leaved viburnum.
mid 18th century: probably an alteration of whortleberry.
Definition of farkleberry in:
- The British & World English dictionary