Blueberry plants - 16+ Varieties
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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)
Earliblue - Available now- The earliest blueberry. Medium/Large size berries, good flavor. USDA Zone 4-8
Blueray - Available now- Early/Mid Season. Large firm sweet berries. Very productive. USDA Zone 4-8
Bluecrop - Available May 2023 - Early/Mid Season. Large, Firm berries of excellent flavor. High yields. Popular commercial variety. USDA Zone 4-8
Berkeley -Available Now- Mid Season. Large berries of excellent dessert quality. Popular U-Pick & home garden variety. Great fall color. USDA Zone 5-8
Duke - Available now -Early Season. Large berries, high yields, very firm / Great flavor - sweet/tart, Blooms late Cold Hardy. USDA Zone 4-8
Jersey - Available Now- Late Season. Medium size berries, Firm, Great flavor, very sweet. Great for muffins and pancakes. Blooms late. Cold hardy. USDA Zone 4-8
Elliott - Available Now- Late Season. Large berries up to 1/2". Blooms late to avoid Spring frost. Firm berry, sweeter when ripe. Great fall/winter color. Cold hardy. Not recommended for high elevation early frost areas. . . USDA Zone 4-8
Chandler - Available Late Spring 2023 - Mid to Late Season. The largest berry of any available variety. Ripens over 4–6 weeks. USDA Zones 5-8
Toro- Available Now - Mid Season. Large berries, high yields, sweet flavor. Bright red, fall foliage. USDA Zone 4-8
Sweetheart - Available Now - Northern/Southern Cross- Early Season and again Late Season. 2 crops of sweet berries per year. USDA Zones 5-9
Legacy - Available Now- Late Season. One of the best flavored blueberry varieties. Mid sized berries with exceptional flavor. Heavy production. Excellent Fall color. USDA Zone 5-8
Pink Lemonade - Available Now - Late Season. Pink flowers, bright pink berries and golden, orange foliage in fall. Medium sized sweet berries. USDA Zones 4-8
Darrow* - Available Now- Mid-Late Season. Very large berries, excellent flavor. Bright scarlet fall foliage. USDA Zones 5-7 and zone 8 on West Coast.
Reka - Available Now- Early Season. One of the fastest growing and vigorous blueberry varieties. High Yields, excellent flavor. USDA Zones 4-7 and zone 8 on West Coast.
Tophat* - Available Now- Late Season - Excellent container plant. Compact, just 1 1/2 ft. tall. Full size, firm, flavorful berries with wild blueberry flavor. Red Fall foliage Zones 3-7 and zone 8 on West Coast.
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.
Biloxi* - Available Now- (Southern Highbush) Compact, Evergreen. Requires no chill or low chill (less than 150 chill hours) Great for coastal areas and zones 9-10. Medium-sized, firm berries, great sweet flavor. Often produces 2 large crops a year in zones 9 and 10. Does not yield well in USDA zones below 8. Self-fertile, cross pollinate for larger berries.
Jubliee - Available Late Spring 2023- Early/midseason (Southern Highbush) Developed in Mississippi. Medium-sized, sweet berries, and good heat tolerance. Recommended in the South and California. USDA Zones 5-9
Sunshine Blue- Available Now - Late Season. (Southern Highbush) Compact, only 36 inch tall. Great container and landscape plant. Tolerant of warmer temperatures. Requires only 150 chilling hours. USDA Zones 5-10
Misty - Available May 2023 - Early Season (Southern Highbush) High yielding, heat tolerant, needs only 300 chilling hours. One of the most poplar varieties for California and the South. Sweet, spicy berries. USDA Zones 5-10
Sharpblue - Available April 2023- Early Season (Southern Highbush) Sweet dime sized sweet berries. Heat tolerant, needs only 200 chilling hours. Developed by University of Florida. Robust 5-6 foot tall shrubs. Do not plant in areas of late Spring Frost. USDA Zones 7-10
O'Neal - Available Now- Early Season (Southern Highbush) Large juicy flavorful berries. Often considered the best tasting Southern Highbush. Heat tolerant. Brilliant red fall color. USDA Zones 5-9
Sweetheart - Available Now - Northern/Southern Cross - Early Season and again Late Season. 2 crops of sweet berries per year. USDA Zones 5-9
All varieties are grown from tissue culture and are 5- 16 inches tall starter plants. Some varieties have been pruned back to promote branching. Varieties marked with a * can not be shipped to WA, MI and GA until Lab Results come back from State Lab in the Fall.
Varieties are self fertile, but 2 varieties with similar ripening times will produce more berries.
If you are planning to plant in a container for a season, we recommend our Blueberry Potting Mix. If you are planting in the ground we offer Fir Sawdust if you can not fine it locally. Sawdust should be 30% of your soil mix, plus an additional 3 inches as a mulch to keep soil moist.