You don't need a bog to grow American cranberries. A sunny, well-drained bed with acidic soil and good moisture content will do. These versatile, nutritious fruits are lovely ornamental, fruiting ground covers. Only 6 inches tall, they have dainty evergreen foliage and small pink flowers in spring followed by abundant crops of large, tasty red berries that ripen in fall. Pilgrim is self-fertile and hardy to -30 degrees F. Plants begin bearing 1 to 2 years after planting.