In the Southeast, blueberries are typically a summer crop because flower organs are formed when days are short in the fall and then flower in the spring, according to a recent article in Growing Produce. However, blueberry growers have noticed that not all plants follow this trend, indicating that they are not sensitive to light conditions. This means there is the potential for developing varieties that may bloom at other times, expanding the time period that we can produce fresh blueberries in the Southeast. You can read more here.

Source: ARS