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Blueberry plants are super fun to grow, easy to care for, low maintenance plants that bring you delicious berries year after year if taken care of. Our selection of Blueberry Bushes for sale includes several varieties to choose from and a selection of 3 different varieties for best cross pollination. You need 3 or more varieties of blueberry plants to produce ample berries during the growing season.
Blueberry plants produce dainty pink and white flowers that eventually turn into big, round blue berries. They ripen in early summer to late summer and if multiple varieties are planted you can expect to get berries all summer long!
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What Are The Different Types of Blueberry Bushes You Should Plant?
Blueberries are divided into 3 categories: Rabbiteye Blueberries, Northern Highbush Blueberries, & Southern Highbush Blueberries. The type you should grow depends on your location and relative growing zone.
- Rabbiteye Blueberries like Tifblue Blueberry & Beckyblue Blueberry are best suited for southern climates and you need at least 2 plants to cross pollinate for fruit production.
- Northern Highbush varieties like Elliot Blueberry & Chandler Blueberry are best suited in northern climates and need more chill hours to produce.
- Southern highbush grows best in warm southern climates.
This blog on the differences between blueberry bushes will highlight other key distinctions.
How to Care for Blueberry Bushes You Purchased
Caring for and planting blueberry bushes is easy when you know how to grow them. Since blueberry plants like acidic soil, test the pH level of your soil and add peat moss if your soil isn’t acidic enough.
Blueberry bushes and plants prefer full sun and a regular watering schedule, especially during those hot spring and summer months when the berries are forming. If you think about how much sun a blueberry bush needs, the best place to plant blueberry bushes is in full sun to partial shade that receives 4-6 hours of sunlight.
Blueberry plants can live in USDA zones 4-9 depending on the variety. Fertilize your blueberry plant In early spring to help increase its growth in the growing season.
Check out the Blueberry Plant Grow Guide for more information on planting and growing your new blueberry plants.
Can Blueberries Grow in Containers?
You can absolutely grow blueberries in containers on your porch or as a patio fruit. They grow best in larger containers and in an appropriate place considering the sun and weather. Full sun is needed to produce fruit. If you have a small yard or no yard at all, don't fret. You can grow blueberries almost anywhere!Check out the full Fruit and Nut collection from Perfect Plants and expand your gardening repertoire.