Where Blueberries Grow

The highbush blueberries we enjoy here in the U.S. grow and thrive across the nation, as well as in Canada, Mexico, South America and around the world.


Blueberries Thrive from Coast to Coast

Blueberry bushes can grow all over the U.S., and farmers in 26 states produce blueberries commercially. More than 98% of that production happens in just 10 states, spanning the country from coast to coast: Oregon, Washington, Georgia, Michigan, California, New Jersey, North Carolina, Florida, Texas and Minnesota.

Where Blueberries are Grown US

Meet the Growers

Get an inside look at what it’s like to be a blueberry grower in California, one of the top blueberry-producing states in the U.S., thanks to our friends at the California Blueberry Commission.

International Boost of Blue

In Canada, British Columbia is the primary producing region for blueberries. South of the U.S., Peru is the largest producing country, followed by Chile, Mexico and Argentina. These farmers play a crucial role in keeping fresh blueberries on grocery store shelves throughout the year, especially during our winter months.

Where Blueberries are Grown International

Turn Your Backyard Blue

Want to grow blueberries? Your local garden center can help you choose which varieties are best for your region and environment. You can either plant your blueberries in the ground or pot them. With the right soil, spacing and care you’ll be enjoying your own harvest in no time!

“I just think the long-term success of our business is going to be our ability to delight our customers every single time. And to build a system of exceeding their expectations with the attention to detail of the business.”

Tom Avinelis

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