Blueberries thrive in 38 of the 50 states, from South Florida to the Oregon coast. The easy to identify berry resonates an unmistakable light blue hue. Blueberries grow in open, sunny areas near both standing and running water sources. As one of the most popular food sources for wild birds and animals, you may have to make considerable noise to dissuade the competition from eating your breakfast. Blueberries grow on shrubs in clusters.
Size varies from small pea to medium sized marble. A white waxy sheen covers blueberries to protect the fruit from spoilage caused by rot and disease. Blueberries flourish between May and October due to prolonged sun exposure.