Blueberries have always been one of the most popular fruits. It is no coincidence that they have become part of the gardens, and thanks to the delicious sweet taste, the wide use in the kitchen and the rich healing effect, more and more gardeners are starting to grow them.
The demand for growing this sweet vitamin bomb is rising for several reasons. The main ones are the fruits themselves and the possibilities of their processing. However, Canadian blueberries are also gaining the favor of gardeners because of their ornamental function. With the right care, it can also serve as a decorative shrub capable of beautifying any exterior. The advantage is also undemanding cultivation and the need for only basic care during growth.
Where did the Canadian blueberry come from?
As the name implies, this increasingly popular shrub has its origins overseas. It was bred only in 1987, but in more than 30 years it has spread to various parts of the world. The reason for its rapidly growing popularity is the possibility of undemanding cultivation at home. The variety was bred so that the Canadian blueberry grew rapidly, bore the largest possible fruit, was resistant to pests and could be outdoors all year round.