Blueberry Plants

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Blueberry Blue Gold

berry-bluegold-f Bluegold produces medium sized berries with small, dry blossom scars. It has good flavor and firmness. It is a low growing bush with many branches and very good hardiness. Winter hardy to – 25°C. Northern highbush blueberry bush varieties are native to the eastern and northeastern United States. They grow to between 5-9 feet in height. They require the most consistent pruning of the blueberry varieties. Highbush blueberry varieties are more disease resistant than other blueberry varieties. The highbush cultivars are self-fertile; however, cross pollination by another cultivar ensures the production of larger berries. Choose another blueberry of the same type to ensure the highest yield and size.

Blueberry Legacy

Legacy-blueberry- Northern highbush blueberry bush varieties are native to the eastern and northeastern United States. They grow to between 5-9 feet in height. They require the most consistent pruning of the blueberry varieties. Highbush blueberry varieties are more disease resistant than other blueberry varieties. The highbush cultivars are self-fertile; however, cross pollination by another cultivar ensures the production of larger berries. Choose another blueberry of the same type to ensure the highest yield and size.

Blueberry Sharpblue 

Blueberry Sharpblue Southern highbush blueberry bush varieties are hybrids of V. corymbosum and a Floridian native, V. darrowii, that can grow between 6-8 feet in height. This variety of blueberry was created to allow for berry production in areas of mild winters, as they require less chilling time to break bud and flower. The bushes blossom in the late winter, so frost will damage production. Therefore, southern highbush varieties are best suited to areas with very mild winters.

Blueberry Southland 

Southland Blueberry Blueberry Southland is a rabbiteye blueberry that produces consistent crops of good size, quality fruit throughout late summer. Compact, upright growth with dense foliage. Sun, summer moisture and acid soil. Gets to a height of 2m. They were created to thrive in areas with long, hot summers. They are more susceptible to winter cold damage than northern highbush blueberries. Many of the older cultivars of this type have thicker skins, more obvious seeds and stone cells. Rabbiteye blueberries are not self-fertile. The rabbiteye blueberries need a different rabbiteye cultivar to pollinate, such as Brightwell Climax, Powderblue, Premier, Tifblue.

Blueberry Tifblue 

Tifblue Blueberry Blueberry Tifblue is an outstanding self fertile rabbiteye blueberry with large, light blue fruit which ripen late in summer. A vigorous grower and very productive. Cold hardier than most rabbiteyes. Easy to grow in a very acid soil. Rabbiteye blueberries are native to the southeastern United States and grow between 6-10 feet in height. They were created to thrive in areas with long, hot summers. They are more susceptible to winter cold damage than northern highbush blueberries. Many of the older cultivars of this type have thicker skins, more obvious seeds and stone cells. Rabbiteye blueberries are not self-fertile. The rabbiteye blueberries need a different rabbiteye cultivar to pollinate, such as Brightwell Climax, Powderblue, Premier, Southland.

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