Vaccinium myrtillus (Blueberry)


Origin: Blueberries are native to North America, but they also grow in Europe and Asia.
Appearance: Blueberries have a dark blue-purple color with a smooth skin and a sweet-tart flavor. They are small, round berries with a whitish-gray bloom.
Family: Blueberries belong to the Ericaceae family, which includes cranberries and lingonberries.
Growing Conditions: Blueberries require acidic soil, ample moisture, and full sun to thrive. They are often grown in acidic peat or well-drained sandy soil.
Culinary Use: Blueberries are eaten fresh, used in baked goods, jams, preserves, and sauces, and added to cereals, yogurt, and smoothies for their sweet flavor and nutritional benefits.

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