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Blueberries

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Summary

A nutritional powerhouse, blueberries are the perfect addition to cereal, pancakes, muffins, cobblers and salads. Plant several varieties so you can harvest them all summer long.

Austin: Austin blueberries are large, firm and long lasting in the fruit bowl or refrigerator. The moderately vigorous plant fruits in early June.

Brightwell: Offers big, sweet berries in the spring and rich red foliage in the fall. Delicious right off the bush or in a fruit salad, the firm, flavorful fruit also makes great jam and jelly. Fruits in early June.

Duke: Among the cold-hardy highbush blueberries, Duke is a standout, both for the quantity and the quality of its fruit. A vigorous grower, it produces sweet, medium-sized berries perfect for eating, baking or making into jam. Fruits in late June to early July.

O'Neal: A three-season beauty, this variety has snowy white spring flowers and grey-green summer foliage that flashes to vivid shades of red in the fall. It bears large, light-blue berries that are considered the most delicious of the early ripening southern highbush blueberries. Fruits in early to mid-May.

Jersey: A favorite for baking, the Jersey blueberry is medium-sized and exceptionally sweet. This vigorous plant does well in challenging soil, producing long, loose clusters of fruit in summer, followed by brilliant flame-orange fall color. Fruits in mid-August.

Premiere: Known as a "rabbiteye" blueberry, well suited to temperate growing zones. It will bear masses of large, sweet, light-blue berries in May, then grace the garden with bright green foliage all summer long. Fruits in late May.

  • Austin, Brightwell, O'Neal and Premiere: Zones 7–9.
  • Duke: Zones 4–7; Jersey: Zones 5–8.
  • Grows to 6'–12' high and 4'–5' wide.
  • Suitable for container or ground planting.
  • Requires full sun.
  • Yields approx. 2.5 bushels of fruit at maturity (2 to 3 years).
  • Grown on a farm in Tennessee.
  • Agricultural regulations prohibit shipment to AZ, CA, OR, WA, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.
Dimensions & More Info
  • Trees are approx. 1 1/2 years old, 2 1/2' high at shipping.
  • Arrives in a 1.65-gallon pot.
  • Requires a cross-pollinator to bear fruit; plant another variety of blueberry nearby.
Use & Care

Care

  • Planting: Plant in full sun at same depth as container (approx. 6"–8" for 2 gal. container). Space 4'–6' apart.
  • Watering: Water well at planting, and then at least once a week for the first year after planting. A slow, root-saturating, one-hour trickle once a week is recommended for a new tree. The watering schedule should be adjusted accordingly if it rains or is very dry. Water twice weekly during dry spells.
Shipping
  • Agricultural regulations prohibit shipment to AZ, CA, OR, WA, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.

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