NORTHERN HIGHBUSH BLUEBERRY
The Northern Highbush blueberry grows best in acidic, medium to wet, well-drained soils in full sun to partial shade. Their shallow root systems enjoy an organically rich soil.
Native to the Northeast, they typically grow in moist woods, bogs, and swamps and typically grows 5-8’ tall.
Birds love the fruit otherwise no serious insect or pest problems. Potential diseases include root rot, mildew, stem blight, and mummy berry to name a few.
Great for ornamental purposes and fruit production. Could be used as a less formal shrub border in native plant gardens or open woodlands.