Pink Lemonade Blueberry ( Vaccinium ) - Quart Pot

Price: $17.99

  • Cold-hardy. Ripens in late July to early August. Self-pollinating
  • This unique Berry matures to a bright pink color and offers a flavorful treat. The plant produces showy pink flowers in spring and gold and Orange foliage in fall
  • Pink lemonade "may be the prettiest blueberry around. A stunning Ornamental bush that bears delicious blueberries

Bushel and Berry - Vaccinium x Peach Sorbet (Blueberry) Edible-Shrub, , #2 - Size Container

Price: $33.99

  • Grows well in full sun.
  • Plant is delivered in a #2 size container. It is fully rooted in the soil and can be planted immediately upon arrival, weather permitting.
  • Plant will be dormant (no leaves) late fall through the winter months, this is normal. It will leaf out in spring.

Top Hat Dwarf Blueberry - Live Plant - Quart Pot

Price: $19.99

  • This compact, cold hardy dwarf shrub provides a show of plentiful white flowers followed by delicious, pea-sized light blue fruit.
  • Foliage becomes bright red and orange before dropping in fall. Excellent for containers, creating a defined border or bonsai.
  • ships in a quart pot -- we can not guarantee flowers at time of purchase -- may ship dormant when ordered from November thru April 

Blueberry Plants Biloxi Southern Highbush Includes (4) Four Plants

Price: $22.99

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  • Blueberry Plants need to be planted in acidic soil/low pH 5.5-6.4. I recommend 60%-80% Pine Mulch/20-40% Peat. As your plant gets bigger you can change the ratio to more Pine Mulch up to 100%.
  • The price includes Four (4) "Biloxi" Southern Highbush Blueberry Plants. They are 2 inch starter plants shipped in 2 inch tray pots and are 3-5 inches tall.

2 Blueray Blueberry Plant-- up to 20 Lbs Per Mature Plant! Nice 4 inch Pot Starter Plants. Currently Dormant (no leaves, still fine to plant for Spring!)

Price: $15.40

  • Great Flavor and Texture
  • Four inch pots, nice starter plant size
  • Ripens early to mid July

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  1. The genus Vaccinium has a mostly circumpolar distribution, with species mainly being present in North America, Europe, and Asia.. Many commercially sold species with English common names including "blueberry" are from North America. Many North American native species of blueberries are grown commercially in the Southern Hemisphere in Australia, New Zealand and South American nations.
  2. The Phenomenal Blueberry Bush produces large, firm blueberries that are very sweet. In the fall its green foliage turns vibrant shades of red and orange.
  3. Planting blueberry bushes during the dormant season yields sweet and tangy fruits the following summer. The right kind of plant for your garden depends on your climate and the cultivar. To ensure ...
  4. The Berry Bush Blueberry Farm is now part of Blueberry Hill Farms! We have been making improvements to the Orchard since October 2014 and are excited about the Orchards potential to grow delicious big blueberries.
  5. Blueberry Harvest happens in . June and July each summer. Welcome to Blueberry Hill Farms, located in Edom, Texas, since 1982 the farm has been open to the public for U-Pick Blueberries.
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A new experiment this year. I bought a blueberry bush. The fruit is just beginning to ripen. The blackbirds are already making a grab for the ripe berries. I'll have to get a net pronto.
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