Cranberry seedlings grow as a deciduous evergreen shrub whose fruits are used for medicinal purposes or as a dietary supplement. Cranberry seedlings prefer acidic soil (4-5 pH), and the planting distance is 25 to 30 cm between plants with 90 to 100 cm regular spacing. Cranberry grows by releasing a lot of shoots that spread across the soil. It blooms at 7 and 8 months and begins to bear fruit at 9 months, which are initially white and later red. Cranberry fruit is a very healing and effective antioxidant and has the greatest application in the treatment of urinary tract inflammation. Today it is widely used and every day there are more and more products in which cranberries are an unavoidable ingredient. It can be successfully grown both in the garden and in pots.