Blueberry bushes come in a number of varieties, especially in autumn. They display vibrant red and orange leaves with dozens of blueberries for every bush. In most areas they are plucked fresh from the bush in around July. In the spring they come in as flowered clusters with green foliage in the summer months.
Blueberries are without a doubt one of the more commonly eaten berry fruits there are, frequently eaten by themselves or used in cereal as well as pancakes. These bushes can grow quite large, supplying those who grow them with dozens if not hundreds of berries for each individual bush.