Attractive fruiting shrubs, Blueberries feature flavorful, nutritious berries, beautiful spring flowers, brilliant fall color, and a range of sizes, hardiness and ripening dates. Blueberries are easy to grow, require little care and are seldom bothered by pests. While Blueberries and considered self-fertile, planting two varieties will ensure abundant crops.
These bushes produce the large, delectable berries found at farmstands and in supermarkets. Most varieties grow 4-5 ft. in height and are hardy to minus 30°F.
This popular and widely grown variety features large, sweet, flavorful, powder-blue berries, which ripen over the course of a month in mid summer. Bluecrop is also prized for its striking, crimson red, fall foliage.
One of the largest blueberries, this outstanding selection from New Jersey bears spectacular, cherry-size, sweet and flavorful fruit. Chandler begins ripening in mid-summer and harvest extends over several weeks.
This unique and productive variety features very large, quarter-size, dark blue berries with delectable, sweet-tart flavor.
One of the earliest Blueberries to ripen, Duke bears good crops of sweet, firm, and very flavorful fruit. Duke bears abundant annual crops of powder-blue berries, which begin ripening in early July.
This new, late-ripening, patented variety is prized for its large, sweet, and flavorful, sky-blue berries. Liberty is especially easy to harvest and forms an attractive, upright growing, small shrub. (PP.15146)
This unique, early ripening variety is prized for its sweet, quarter-size, flavorful berries and its striking, orange and yellow, fall foliage.