Do Wild Blueberries Grow in UK?


Wild blueberries do grow in the UK and according to the Royal Horticultural Society about 15,000 tonnes were harvested in 2010. If the necessary conditions are provided such as acidic soils with a pH of 4.8 to 5.5 and temperate climates, then the plant can thrive successfully. Wild berries are sweet, tangy and intensely blue fruits that are rich in anthocyanin, as well as anti-inflammatories.
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Wild Blueberries grow well on sandy, well-drained acid soils. The optimum soil
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