Sun: Full to partial sun
Bloom Color: Pinkish-White
Fruit: Blue when ripe
Height: 6 in–2ft
Moisture: Dry, Moist
Soil: Acid, moist to droughty soils.
Attracts: bees, birds, other wildlife (including neighbors!)
Pollinator Benefit: Valuable to native bees and native bumblebees
Lowbush Blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) A low, straggling shrub, usually 6 in. to 2 ft. tall and wide. Multiple stems; twiggy branches. Glossy foliage turns from red-green in spring to dark blue-green in summer to maroon-purple in fall. Small, white, pink-tinged, bell-shaped flowers are followed by edible blue fruit.
The berries are relished by wildlife and humans alike.
info from www.wildflower.org