Blueberry domesticated

It is true that domesticated blueberries are only just over 100 years old and were thought to be impossible to domesticate until it was discovered they thrive in acidic soil.

Blueberries are native to our very own content of North America, which humans first inhabited much later (15,000 years ago) based on the most widely accepted theories, although some recent research suggests much earlier human inhabitants on our continent.