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Blueberries (vaccinium corymbosum)
Delicious to eat fresh or frozen!
This Sweet Fruit is the #1 Antioxidant

In Spring (middle of May) the blueberry bush will have many white bell-like blossoms and will have ripe
berries from the middle of July through August. Through the summer months the plant will have dark green
wax-like foliage. In fall leaves will turn a beautiful crimson color, and during winter months the light green or reddish colored wood (depending on variety) will provide winter color.

How To Store Plants Upon Arrival:

  Remove blueberry plants from shipping box immediately. Keep in a cool moist place. Moisten roots of plant lightly every day. If plants are on a shelf or bin for display keep roots covered with peat or a wet section of burlap.
   
What Type Of Soil:
 

Blueberries require an acid soil, a pH of 4.5 to 6. If soil is not acid suggest a mixture of 2/3 Canadian Peat Moss and 1/3 soil. This should result in a pH of 5.5 to 6. Blueberries also like a moist soil, but should not stand in water all winter. Should be watered often in August, when it sets fruit for the coming year.

   
How To Plant:
  Plant roots very shallow. Plant in a hole 6" deep, 12" to 24" in diameter. Mix soil - 2/3 Canadian Peat Moss and 1/3 soil from hole. Fill hole 3" from top with mixture. Set plant in hole and cover with with rest of mixture. Water, then mound plant up at base 4" to 6" high with remaining mixture. Plant 3 to 4 feet apart.
   
Where To Plant:
  A blueberry bush is a slow grower, but will grow to a height of 6 feet in ten years. It can be used as a foundation planting, planted in a living hedge or next to a fence. Do not put under a window.
 

 
 

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Blueberries
(vaccinium corymbosum)

Blueberries are listed in ripening order:
 

EARLIBLUE (earliest, large, sweet)
Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 100
9in to 12in $ 3.50 $ 3.20
18in to 24in $ 6.20 $ 5.60

Tied 10 per bunch. We do not break bunches

BLUETTA (Early, sweet)
Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 100
9in to 12in $ 3.50 $ 3.20
18in to 24in $ 6.20 $ 5.60

Tied 10 per bunch. We do not break bunches

BERKELEY (Large, sweet)
Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 100
9in to 12in $ 3.50 $ 3.20
12in to 18in $ 4.30 $ 3.95
18in to 24in $ 6.20 $ 5.60

Tied 10 per bunch. We do not break bunches

BLUERAY (Large with excellent flavor)
Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 100
9in to 12in $ 3.50 $ 3.20
12in to 18in $ 4.30 $ 3.95
18in to 24in $ 6.20 $ 5.60

Tied 10 per bunch. We do not break bunches

BLUECROP (Large, firm berry)
Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 100
9in to 12in $ 3.50 $ 3.20
12in to 18in $ 4.30 $ 3.95
18in to 24in $ 6.20 $ 5.60

Tied 10 per bunch. We do not break bunches

RANCOCAS (early, medium, sweet)
Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 100
9in to 12in $ 3.50 $ 3.20
12in to 18in $ 4.30 $ 3.95
18in to 24in $ 6.20 $ 5.60

Tied 10 per bunch. We do not break bunches

RUBEL (Firm berry, good for muffins, pies and pancakes)
Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 100
9in to 12in $ 3.50 $ 3.20
18in to 24in $ 6.20 $ 5.60

Tied 10 per bunch. We do not break bunches

JERSEY (Medium size, sweetest variety)
Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 100
9in to 12in $ 3.50 $ 3.20
12in to 18in $ 4.30 $ 3.95
18in to 24in $ 6.20 $ 5.60

Tied 10 per bunch. We do not break bunches

 

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