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Juicy Berries Perfect for Home Gardens & Eating Right Off the Bush
The Climax blueberry (Vaccinium Ashei) has it all—early-season ripening, exceptional performance in hot and humid climates, showy fall color and is generally low maintenance.
Blueberries are your go-to superfood due to their high levels of antioxidants. The healing powers of blueberries are widely known. You just can’t beat the flavor of Climax blueberries picked fresh off a plant you grew. Kids love them too!
The Climax Blueberry Bush is a heavy berry producer that can easily grow enough berries to make muffins, smoothies, cakes, bread, pies, or even add them to your morning oatmeal or cereal. Blueberries are also easy to freeze, providing off-season enjoyment as well.
Climax blueberries bloom in the early spring growing season and their blueberries have an exceptionally sweet flavor. Grow blueberries in the ground with plenty of organic matter, in raised beds or containers, or in your home garden!
Climax Blueberry Growing Tips
Blueberry bush care involves providing your plant with full sun for best fruit production and watering with even moisture. The Climax blueberry bush needs around 450 chill hours for the ideal fruit production. Chill hours may vary depending on the blueberry variety.
The Climax Blueberry plant grows best across the United States in USDA hardiness zones 7-9. It is tolerant of hot, humid conditions and its medium sized berries tend to ripen in late May to early June.
Climax Blueberries prefer acidic soil and a layer of organic mulch with things like pine bark or peat moss will help if planted in any type of clay soil. If you are unsure about the soil pH you can perform a soil test to help find the fight balance. You can enrich the soil with nutrients with our Blueberry Potting Soil if your soil is not in the best ideal blueberry growing condition.
How Large Is A Climax Blueberry Plant & How Tall Do They Grow?
The Climax Blueberry bush height can range from 3 to 15 feet tall when they go unpruned. Climax Blueberry plants can grow as much as 3 to 10 feet wide if given enough space to grow. Planting them in full fun and sandy soil can help them grow to their full potential.
Are Climax Blueberries Self-Pollinating?
Like all blueberries, the Climax Blueberry needs cross-pollination in order to produce fruit. It needs an early-blooming blueberry variety as a pollinator, such as Tifblue or Austin.
Are Climax Blueberries Sweet?
Yes, Climax blueberries are usually very large, sweet, and juicy. Growing Climax blueberry bushes can be very rewarding as it produces a high yield of large sweet blueberries every year.
Can A Climax Blueberry Survive In A Pot?
Climax blueberry bushes can grow very well in pots and containers if the soil outdoors is not ideal for fruit production. If you grow a Climax blueberry plant in a pot, be sure to place it in a place where it receives full sun to help it grow fruit.
Our potted blueberry bushes have well-developed root systems and branch structure that will have them quickly thriving and producing fruit in your yard in no time!
Blueberry Bush Spacing
Most bushes are seen as more compact especially if planted in rows like a blueberry farm. The plants will grow to the space you put them in.
You may need to prune your blueberries annually to maintain the desired size and shape. These are shallow-rooted plants that do not take much maintenance to keep them thriving. If you are planting in a container, be sure to choose one with drainage holes and use well-drained soil to prevent root rot.
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Outstanding blueberry bush. These are not twigs that sometimes show up from nurseries. These are full grown bushes. Very impressed thank you!
Hi Glen, Thank you for your awesome support of our family-owned business, we really appreciate customers like you that take a bit of time from their day to leave us a great and honest review. We hope you love your new plant and that it thrives for years to come. Best, Shirley