Wild blueberry in Florida swampland?
I've kept an eye on a plant that has been growing on the swamp's edge, on my property for a couple years and believe it to be a blueberry of some type. I've compared the leaves to a plant I know is a blueberry, and it looks exactly the same. The stems also look the same.
I don't personally remember it ever having berries on it, but there aren't any other blueberry plants around to pollinate it, if it needs pollination. I will keep an eye on it and see if it flowers this spring, and the flowers should tell me definitely if it's a blueberry or not, correct?
Are there any other types of plants which look exactly like a blueberry plant in North-Central Florida?