Pink Icing Blueberry Bush, fruit producing plant in 2 Gallon pot - Vaccinium 'Pink Icing'

Price: $33.99

  • In Spring, this blueberry bush's new foliage growth has varying shades of pink mixed with blue and deeper greens. In winter, the foliage takes on a gorgeous turquoise-blue foliage. Plant is not guaranteed to arrive with fruit.
  • Plant will be dormant (no leaves) late Fall through the Winter months, this is normal. It will leaf out in Spring.
  • For best results, plant in USDA Zones 5-10. Mature height is 3-4ft, mature spread is 4-5ft.

Top Hat Dwarf Blueberry - Live Plant - Quart Pot

Price: $17.99

  • Foliage becomes bright red and orange before dropping in fall. Excellent for containers, creating a defined border or bonsai.
  • Recommended chill: 1,000 to 1,200 hours which will occur in zones 3 through 7. Deciduous.
  • Mature Height ( 1-2 Feet ) -- Mature Width ( 1-2 Feet ) -- Exposure ( Full Sun ) -- Hardiness Zones ( 3-7 )

Pink Lemonade Blueberry ( Vaccinium ) - Quart Pot

Price: $17.99

  • Mature Height ( 4-6 feet ) -- Mature Width ( 4-6 feet ) -- Exposure ( full sun ) -- Hardiness Zones ( 4-8 )
  • Pink lemonade "may be the prettiest blueberry around. A stunning Ornamental bush that bears delicious blueberries
  • 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

Blueberry Plants "Legacy" Northern Highbush Includes (4) Four Plants

Price: $22.99

  • Among the Sweetest Tasting Northern Highbush Blueberry
  • North and Central States Zones 5-8
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Bluecrop Blueberry Bush - Edible Fruit Berry - Hardy Perennial - Qt Pot - 1 plant by Growers Solution

Price: $7.95

  • High in Vitamin A, C & E, as well Potassium, Manganese, Copper, Iron, and Zinc; Rich in antioxidants
  • Deciduous plant. Moderate growth rate.
  • You are purchasing a Bluecrop Blueberry Bush in stock ready for immediate shipping. Winter plants ship dormant.

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  2. The Ellsworth American Behold the blueberry bush
    Maybe it's because blue is the color all food becomes if it sits around too long. The one crowning exception is the blueberry. Light or medium blue on the bush, deep blue in a pie, this native fruit is one we've all grown up with, especially in Maine
  3. WTVY, Dothan All the rain has made this year's blueberry crop squishy
    Rowe McMahen the Packing House Manager says "It tends to split the blueberries in the bush they get overfull in the water and they just start to split. We can't sell that to our buyer's anymore we have to pick those out whenever the berries are wet
  4. O'Hara opens Edible Trail; pears, blueberries available to pick along path
    Members of the community already have given the trail a thumbs-up. Cub scouts from Pack 381 pitched in to plant fruit trees that include a dwarf Seckel pear tree, a Jersey blueberry bush, three Autumn Britten raspberry bushes and a Patriot blueberry bush.
  5. - WISC-TV3 Recipe: Rhubarb in a jar
    Every spring, I seed, transplant and tend to my backyard garden. Some of my plants, like the gigantic strawberry and asparagus patch and blueberry bush, grow without much effort. To flourish, all they need is water and sunlight, and they produce


  1. Vaccinium alaskaense (Alaskan blueberry): one of the dominant shrubs in Alaskan and British Columbian coastal forests; Vaccinium angustifolium (lowbush blueberry): acidic barrens, bogs and clearings, Manitoba to Labrador, south to Nova Scotia and in the US, to Iowa and Virginia
  2. The Duke Blueberry is the most widely planted blueberry around. You'll love everything about your Duke Blueberry plant. It's easy to care for. It's beautiful all year around.
  3. A member of the Rabbiteye family, the Tifblue Blueberry has long held a place of prominence among commercial growers and astute kitchen gardeners. It’s considered a premium berry – firm, sweet and flavorful – and has a proven track record for producing copious quantities year-after-year.
  4. Once your blueberry bush is planted and established, it will grow well for years with a little sunshine, water and occasional shot of fertilizer.
  5. Many years ago I tried draping deer netting over my blueberry bushes. It was a complete failure. I didn't secure the netting at ground level so the birds got up under the net, it was a pain to crawl under there to pick, and the birds could sit on the outside and pick berries through the net.
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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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