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Product Description:

Build your own blueberry patch in one fell swoop and save big! We’ve bundled 18 plants together: 2 collections, each has 3 of our favorite varieties to kick off years of delicious, homegrown berry harvests. Our selections offer extended ripening times for long harvest windows spanning from very early season through mid/late season. This money-saving offer is very limited, so act now and enjoy bushels of blueberries every year!

The Northern Bundle contains 6 plants each of Chandler, Earliblue, Northsky and is well-suited for colder regions of the country.

The Southern Bundle contains 6 plants each of Blue Ribbon, Emerald, Sunshine Blue and tolerates warmer weather and generally requires a shorter chilling period to fruit.

Blueberries are 1 year old and ship early March. This collection is shipped in an 18-cell plug tray. Order early for best availability. Detailed planting information and growing instructions are included with each order and may be obtained below. Available only within the contiguous US.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Alisa B.
my little blueberry plants

I ordered the blueberry bundle. the plants are so tiny.
we transplanted per instructions and all seems to be well. they are growing quite well.
I don't plan on getting berries this year but in a few years we should have an abundance of blueberries.

Plant Spacing 4–6'
Plant height up to 6'
Hardiness Zone Listed per variety
Bearing Age 2nd year
Ripening Time See Below
Pollinator Required Yes

Vaccinium corymbosum Famous for eating fresh, canning, and freezing, or as a beautiful landscape shrub. Blueberries provide flowers in the spring, colorful berries, good foliage, and striking autumn color. Plants reach maturity in 5-6 seasons and produce 5-10 pounds of fruit annually. Most blueberries need at least 800 hours of temperatures below 45°F during the dormant season. Call your local county extension agent for information about your area. Harvest from late June through late August, depending on the variety. For optimum pollination, choose separate varieties with the same or overlapping harvest windows.

Initial Instructions
After unpacking, allow the plant a few days to gradually acclimate to full-sun exposure. Dig a hole approximately 2 1/2 feet around and 1 foot deep. Replace about 1/3-1/2 of the soil from the hole with moistened peat moss and mix well. Lightly roughen the outside of the plant's root ball and position the plant so the root ball is slightly higher than ground level, mounding the soil well. Water thoroughly. Mulch with a 2-4 inch layer of straw, sawdust or wood shavings (not cedar). The mulch helps retain moisture, keeps the roots cool and suppresses weeds. For the first feeding, fertilize lightly once the plants have become established or in late spring. Use an acid fertilizer, our Acid Mix works well, or rhododendron/azalea fertilizer. We recommend removing the first year's blossoms as they appear. This diverts the plant's energy and allows it to establish a strong root system.

Water regularly during the first growing season, but do not allow the soil to become soggy. Fertilize in early spring and once again in late spring. Blueberries are very sensitive to over-fertilization, so be conservative! Always water well after fertilizing. Organic fertilizers, blood meal and cottonseed meal work well. Avoid using manures. After the leaves have dropped in the fall, prune the blueberry bushes. Remove any dead wood, blotchy-colored branches and the very low growth at the base. Thin out lateral and small, weak branches until you have removed a total of about 1/3-1/2 of the wood.

Pests & Diseases
Cover plants with Birdblock Protective Netting if birds are a problem, otherwise blueberries are seldom bothered by pests.

Soil Type
Blueberries prefer slightly acidic (4.0-5.5 pH), well-draining soil rich in organic matter. Peat moss, sawdust and composted oak leaves are good amendments to add humus and lower the pH of the soil.

Light Requirements
Blueberries prefer full sun.

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