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Pink Lemonade Blueberry Shrub

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Austin Blueberry Shrub

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Vernon Blueberry Bush

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Climax Blueberry Shrub

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Blueberry Bush Alapaha Rabbiteye

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Powderblue Blueberry

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Ochlockonee Blueberry Bush

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Reka Blueberry

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Bonita Blueberry Shrub

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Vaccinium 'Sunshine Blue' Blueberry

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Delite Blueberry Bush

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Southern Bluebelle Blueberry Bush

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Suziblue- Southern Highbush Blueberry

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Chaucer Blueberry Shrub

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Legacy Blueberry

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Alice Blue Rabbiteye Blueberry Shrub

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Have a smaller space?  

No problem, 

Choose one of our blueberry bush and your problem is solved. Blueberry is a widely distributed and widespread group of perennial flowering plant with blue or purple berries. 

We offer a variety of blueberry bushes that are perfect for adding delicious and nutritious fruit to your garden. 

This superfood, blueberries are an excellent source of dietary fibre, vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese, iron, and a number of antioxidants. 

 Lovely Flowers of Blueberry Plants 

The delicate white or pink flowers that bloom in the spring add a lovely touch to any garden or yard. As they transition into summer, the berries begin to form, adding bursts of color to the foliage.  

As autumn arrives, the leaves of blueberry plants transform into brilliant shades of red, orange, and yellow, creating a stunning display of fall foliage.  

This combination of beautiful flowers in spring and vibrant foliage in fall makes blueberry bushes an attractive addition to gardens, providing visual interest throughout the growing season. 

Blueberry plants have pretty flowers in spring. Then, in summer, they grow berries that add color to the plant.  

All in all Blueberry bushes are great for gardens because they look nice all year long. 

 Zone Compatibility 

Your climate plays an important role in whether a blueberry plant will produce fruit or even survive. Before ordering a plant, make sure its recommended hardiness zone range includes your area or your city. Blueberries will grow in zones 7 and above. Some cold hardy Blueberries can even grow in zones 4 to 6. 
 
Care Through the Seasons (Although these are common for all blueberry plants and bushes, it might differ a bit depending upon the variety of plants you choose) 
 

  • March - Prune bushes before new growth begins, after coldest weather has passed. 
  • April, May -Plant new blueberry bushes. 
  • May, June - Apply mulch for growing season. 
  • July - Harvest. 
  • July through September - Apply soil amendments. 
  • September, October - Apply mulch for winter protection and enjoy fall color. 
  • November, December - Put fencing around plants to keep out rabbits.  

Choosing the Right Blueberry Bushes & Shrubs 

Choosing the right blueberry bushes and shrubs depends on several factors such as your climate, space availability, and desired berry characteristics. Here are some tips to help you make the best choice: 

  • Pick the Right Type: Decide if you want big or small blueberries and if they should grow tall or stay low to the ground. 
  • Check the Weather: Make sure the blueberries you choose can handle the weather where you live or is compatible with your zone. 
  • Choose the Flavor: Think about how you want your blueberries to taste and when you want to pick them. 
  • Check if They Need a Cross Pollinator: Rabbiteye blueberries are mostly self-infertile, and highly dependent on cross-pollination for adequate fruit set: pollen moved to the stigma must be from plants of a different variety. Highbush varieties are generally less dependent on cross- pollination, but most have improved fruit set with cross- pollination. 
  • Spacing Between Blueberry Plants : In most areas, it's ideal to plant blueberries in the fall or spring. You can plant blueberry bushes as close as 2 or 2.5 feet apart to form solid hedgerows, or space them up to 6 feet apart so they grow individually. If you plant in rows, allow 8 to 10 feet between the rows. 
  • Make the Soil Right: Blueberries must be grown in acidic soil, with a pH of 4.5–5.5. Test your soil's pH to make sure it's suitable – kits are available online and in garden centers or in your local extension centers. 
  • Decide Where to Plant: You can grow blueberries in the ground or in pots, so choose what works best for you. 

By thinking about these things, you can choose the blueberries that will grow best for you and give you yummy berries to eat. 

 Harvesting Blueberries 

Harvesting blueberries is a fun and rewarding task. Here's how to do it: 

  • When to Pick: Blueberries are ready to pick when they're dark blue and come off the bush easily when you pull them gently. 
  • Be Gentle: Use your fingers to roll each berry off the bush carefully. Don't pull too hard to avoid damaging the plant. 
  • Pick Often: Check your bushes every few days because blueberries ripen at different times. This way, you won't miss any ripe ones. 
  • Morning Time is Best: It's cooler in the morning, so it's better to pick blueberries then. They'll stay fresher longer. 
  • Keep Them Fresh: Store your blueberries in the fridge in a container that lets them breathe, like a tray or a paper bag. Don't wash them until you're ready to eat them. 
  • Enjoy: Blueberries are tasty in lots of dishes or just on their own. Eat them fresh or use them in recipes like smoothies, salads, or desserts. 

 That's it! Just follow these steps, and you'll have delicious blueberries to enjoy. 

 

Quick Facts About Growing Blueberries 

  • Blueberries are very low maintenance plants (Almost Zero Maintanance) 
  • Blueberries need full sun and require acidic soil. 
  • Plant two or more varieties for successful pollination. 
  • Blueberries will start producing by second season itself under Ideal conditions. 
  • Each winter, prune out old, weak and dead wood. 

 

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