Did you know? Maine is the largest producer of wild blueberries in the world. The wild blueberry, sometimes called the low-bush blueberry, is native to Maine and thrives in its glacier-churned soil and challenging seasons. A lot like the people of Maine, wild blueberries grow where they want to grow, are hard to transplant, thrive in harsh conditions and have deep roots. But all those factors work together to produce something surprisingly sweet! Like Fall Foliage? Travel to the far-flung fields and barrens, after Maine's official state fruit, the wild blueberry harvest is completed. The leaves of the bushes will soon turn to a dark crimson color, then explode into remarkable hues of red and purple as autumn progresses. Miles upon miles of blueberry barrens appear to be carpeted by these colors as you drive along the byways and backroads. Yeah, we love Maine! Grey crew socks, covered in bountiful Blueberries.
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