Rusy Menziesia is a deciduous shrub that is known to reach 10' tall. It has bluish-green leaves with smooth margins and a somewhat hairy appearance. The flowers, light pink to bronze and urn-shaped, are followed by dry seed capsules. You'll find the Rusy Menziesia in forest understory from sea level forests up to subalpine areas. This plant also has the nickname of fool's huckleberry for its similarity to the huckleberry of the lower 48.