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These Blueberry Plant Varieties and More Are Available

Blue Crop Blueberry

Bluejay Blueberry

Blueray Blueberry

Bluebetta Blueberry

Brigetta Blueberry

Chandler Blueberry

Climax Blueberry

Corville Blueberry

Chippewa Blueberry

Darrow Blueberry

Draper Blueberry

Earliblue Blueberry

Garden Blueberry

Hardyblue Blueberry

Jersey Blueberry

Jewel Blueberry

Legacy Blueberry

Northblue Blueberry

Polaris Blueberry

Reka Blueberry

Rubel Blueberry

Spartan Blueberry

Star Blueberry

TifBlue

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TYPES OF BLUEBERRY BUSHES| TYPES OF BLUEBERRIES

  • Highbush: Grows 6-12 ft Buy blueberry bushes for zones 4-7
  • Lowbush: Cold tolerant, Grows 1-2 ft Buy blueberry bushes For zones 2-6
  • Rabbiteye: Heat tolerant, Grows up to 15 ft Buy blueberry bushes for zones 7-9
  • Hybrid: Mid high: 2-4 ft

The blueberry plant has been estimated to be around 13,000 years old, and produce fruit from spring until fall. They bushes produce beautiful flaming color for your fall garden, and are pretty easy to grow, and so good to eat. A bush will usually start producing a good crop of fruit around the second or third season. Planting such a small spindly sprig of  a bush, it can sometime be hard to image that the little bush you put in the ground is capable of producing as many as 6,000 blueberries a year.

Get ready to make some jam, pies, cobblers, muffins, pancakes, and even more recipes. Of course if you have a stand of blueberry bushes you are going to have to share your crop with your family and friends.

To enjoy blueberries for an entire season it is best to plant more than one variety of blueberry bushes. There are many plants that are self fruitful, when you buy different varieties the cross pollination can improve fruit set and size, as well as having berries that ripen at different times.

 

Rabbiteye Blueberry Plants

  • Austin (Florida, Tx)
  • Brightwell
  • Briteblue
  • Climax
  • Delite
  • Powderblue
  • O Neal Southern ( Highbush Blueberry Plant )   (Zone 5-9)
  • Tifblue

 

Try This Variety

Ka-BlueyTM Blueberry (Zones 4-8)
Blows every other blueberry out of the water!

Saskatoon Blueberry (Zones 2-7)

OK…Truthfully this is not a true blueberry, however, it tastes just like a blueberry, easy to grow, and doesn’t need acidic soil.

This plant will produce a big July blueberry crop and grows to 15-20 ft. tall. Self-pollinating and very hardy in the far North.

 


 

Highbush Blueberry Plants Order Now:

  • Arlene
  • Duke
  • Berkeley
  • Bluecrop
  • BlueRay
  • Earliblue (High Bush)
  • Jersey   (Northern High Bush)
  • Legacy   (High Bush)
  • Meader
  • Nelson
  • Patriot
  • Patriot Hybrid
  • NorthBlue
  • North Country    (Northern High Bush )
  • Northland
  • Northsky
  • O'Neal Southern High Bush
  • Star

 


 

Lowbush Blueberry Plant

  • Brunswick

 


 

Dwarf  Blueberry Plants  

  • Top Hat (Zone 4-7)
  • Northsky Blueberries-  (Zone 3-7)
  • Sunshine Blue BlueberriesSemi Dwarf  (Zones 5-7)
  • Northland Blueberries Semi Dwarf    (Zones 3-7)

 

Wild Blueberry Bush

Rubel

 

Blueberry Bush Northern Varieties

Arlene, Berkley, Bluecrop, Bluetta, Bluejay, Blueray, Bluegold, Bonus, Chandler, Darrow, Duke, Elliott, Jersey, Nelson, North Country, Northland, Patriot, Rubel, Sierra, Spartan, Toro

Blueberry Bush Southern Varieties

Georgia Gem, Gulf Coast, Legacy, Misty, O'neal, Powderblue, Sharpblue, Sunshine Blue


 

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  • Bluecrop Blueberry
  • Blue Jay Blueberry
  • Blueray Blueberry
  • Bluebetta Blueberry
  • Brigetta Blueberry
  • Chandler Blueberry
  • Climax Blueberry
  • Corville Blueberry
  • Chippewa Blueberry
  • Earliblue Blueberry
  • Garden Blueberry
  • Hardyblue Blueberry
  • Jersey Blueberry
  • Jewel Blueberry
  • Legacy Blueberry
  • Northblue Blueberry
  • Polaris Blueberry
  • Reka Blueberry
  • Rubel Blueberry
  • Spartan Blueberry
  • Star Blueberry
  • Tifblue Blueberry

 

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CHOOSING  BLUEBERRY BUSHES – BLUEBERRY VARIETIES

Things To Consider When Choosing Blueberry Bushes;

When you are choosing blueberry bushes it is important to:

  • Buy at least two varieties of bushes that have overlapping flowering. You need to consider type and cross pollination.
  • Buying premium 2 year old around 22-30 inches tall and 3 year old plants around 36-48 inches tall blueberry plants for the best crop yield, and best prospects of surviving transplanting.
  • Buy the correct variety and hardiness that is suitable for your planting zone, and also for the placement in your garden or yard. Choosing a sunny spot that gets at least a half day of sun will produce more and bigger fruit.
  • Will you grow them on a patio or porch?
  • Will you put them in a half barrel or other container?
  • Do you want to buy early season varieties, or mid to late season varieties. It is best to buy a combination of the three and spread your crop over the entire growing season.
Blueberry Nutrition

Blueberry Nutritional Data: Blueberries are a nutritional dream food. In one cup of blueberries you will find: 4. 2 grams of fiber or 14 percent of your daily fiber needs, 75-80 calories, about a gram of protein, zero fat, iron, magnesium, selenium, cooper, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, manganese, vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin, Vitamin B6, niacin, panthothenic acid, vitamin A, vitamin E, foliate, B12, and vitamin K. The nutrition of of a blueberry is undisputed, and eating a serving a day can provide great health benefits, and great antioxidant protection.

 

 

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3 comments on “>>Buy Blueberry Bushes<<

  1. I looking to buy 100 or more, need enough to cover rows for a 100 X 300 field.
    Would like to plant this year ( now) Wont to buy a serveing size. Temp from 10 to 110 degrees. Thank you.

    Chris West Point Ga

  2. Good day. I wanted to plant blueberries here in our place, northern part of the philippines, and I would like to ask if you are shipping seedlings/seeds here. Our place is not a hot place and it’s an agricultural areas so I would like to try growing blueberries. I’ve been trying to look for a place here in the philippines where I could buy seedlings but I could not look-up anything on the internet. I hope you could help me out. Thank you very much.

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