Some fruits and vegetables, such as bananas and apples, will continue to ripen after they are picked, while other do not. This can be important information to know if you are growing or picking your own fruits, since you’ll want to know when you can pick them in order to have the longest possible window of time to use them.
So what about blueberries? Do blueberries ripen after they are picked?
Well, that depends!
Blueberries that are picked prematurely, when they are still white or green, will not ripen any further. However, blueberries that were picked when they were already blue or purple will continue to ripen even after picking.
Keep this in mind when picking your own berries, and try to pick them as soon as they start turning blue or purple.