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|Species: Vaccinium corymbosum|
High-bush blueberries have yellow-green to red colored bark with many shrubby stems. The leaves are alternate and simple, 1-3" long, and rounded. The top of the leaf is waxy while the bottom has some hair.
This plant can grow up to 12 feet tall!
Habitat & Range
High-bush blueberries are common in moist soils and in very dry soils. Their range reaches across much of the eastern United States and southern Canada.
This plant’s flowers are 1/4" wide, white, and bell-shaped. It blooms in May and June.
Featured image by James Dake.