Blueberry Plants

Choose from:
Northern Highbush- Requires 800+ hours of 45-32 Degree temperatures to bear fruit. Northern Highbush Blueberry varieties dislike warm winters and extended summer heat. Best in Northern/Central States (USDA 4-8) and the Upper and Middle South (USDA 6-7)

Southern Highbush Blueberries- take extended heat better than Northern highbush.   Can be grown in the Middle, Lower, and Coastal South (USDA 7-9) , Southern California and Texas (USDA 8-9) and in Northern climates. Requires Less Cooling Hours.

Varieties are self fertile, but 2 varieties with similar ripening times will produce more berries.