Attached is the research I completed for Highbush Blueberry, one of the preferred edible perennials I want to include in my proposed food forest. It sounds like a versatile shrub that will do well in my landscape. I've come across this shrub in several of the conservation areas where I hike with my dog. The flowers, although small, are very pretty in the spring. Of course, the actual fruit is delicious, and the leaves turn the most beautiful colors in the fall. I'm happy to learn how adaptable this shrub is to different light and moisture requirements. It prefers acidic soil, which describes most of the soil on the Cape, and specifically on my site. Apparently, the only way to kill Highbush Blueberry is to throw a bag of lime in the soil! I think this one is staying on my list of potential edible perennials for my food forest.