Berry Bushes for Sale Online

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No matter where you live, you can grow berry bushes! Nothing beats walking into your backyard or patio and picking delicious berries right off the bush.

Our selection of thornless blackberry bushes and raspberry bushes are great for any level gardener. Plus, if you’re looking for more berries, don't forget to add blueberry bushes to your collection. These 3 types of berry bushes are easy to grow and produce bushels of berries within the first year of planting.

What Are The Best Berry Bush Types to Grow?

The type of berries you should grow depends on your own personal taste preferences. Blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries are some of the most commonly grown berry types in home gardens and below we’ll list our favorite varieties.

  • If you live in the warm climate of the southern United States, Rabbiteye blueberries like the Climax Blueberry or Premier Blueberry are best suited due to their chill hour requirements. 
  • For the sweetest raspberry on the market, try the Caroline Raspberry!
  • If you are looking for an easy to grow & thornless berry — try the Prime Ark Freedom Blackberry. Producing a large bounty of juicy blackberries that is easy to pick is just one of the many benefits.
  • The Blueberry Elliot Northern Highbush is characterized by its cold-hardy nature, large and firm berries, and an open, upright growth habit that exposes berry clusters for easy picking. This blueberry variety is particularly well-suited for late-season harvesting, offering tart berries that are excellent for baking and have a robust flavor.

  • The Brightwell Blueberry Bush is a versatile plant that can be successfully grown in warmer climates. It also thrives as a container blueberry bush, making it suitable for cultivation anywhere in the US as a patio plant. With its sweet, juicy berries and compact growth habit, this variety is an excellent choice for those looking to enjoy homegrown blueberries regardless of their location or gardening space.

Caring for Berry Bushes You Bought Online

Caring for berry bushes is easy. All they need is full sunlight for at least 6 hours a day, fertilizer, and proper watering in order to produce fruit. In early spring, you will want to apply a balanced fertilizer and then a second application around six weeks later. The N-P-K values on the fertilizer should be the same values, for example, 10-10-10. 

Lastly, you will need to provide your plant with 1 to 2 inches of water per week during the growing season. If the natural rainfall doesn’t meet this need, you’ll have to water them. Learn more about how to grow blackberry bushes and pretty soon you will be a pro at getting the most from your crop.

These varieties of vining berry plants can grow in a variety of planting sites and climates across the United States. The best time to plant is in the early spring so the plant has the whole growing season to establish its roots.

Blueberry bushes, blackberry bushes, and raspberry bushes are all perennials. This means that your berry bushes will grow and produce fruit again every spring and summer. Make sure to plan for the long haul when planting your berry bushes for the first time.

Are Berry Bushes Self Pollinating?

Most edible berry bushes are self fertile but will perform better with another bush nearby for enhanced cross pollination. Wondering how far apart to plant berry bushes? These varieties need at least 5 feet of space to grow unless planted in containers.

Enhance your taste buds with fresh and juicy berries. Berries are versatile and can be eaten straight off the bush, turned into jams or jellies, cakes or pies, or frozen for later use. Discover a variety of fruit trees & berry bushes for sale at Perfect Plants today.


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