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Berries - Blueberries
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Northland Blueberry - Vaccinum corymbosum Yadkin Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei
Blueberry Northland Northland is a northern type blueberry. It is a cross with a northern low bush variety. In the north its low stature makes it hardier than most because it get insulated by snow. 15-20 lbs. of fruit on a mature bush is not uncommon. Medium size berries are of high flavor similar to wild low bush . Height is 3-5' at maturity, space 5' circle. Selected in MN for its dark blue wild flavored berries and low stature. It's an attractive landscape plant with yellow orange fall color. Can be annually pruned because it produces many canes. Native and very hardy. Zones 3-7.  

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$21.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$64.00
1 2 Gallon  own roots$40.00


Blueberry Yadkin Fruit Closeup Excellent soil adaption; full, well shaped Southern type blueberry ripening late mid-season. High taste appeal. Native, with red fall leaf color. Space @ 5' circle. Zones 6-9.


 

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Tifblue Blueberry - Vaccinum ashei Powderblue Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei
Blueberry Tifblue fruits in cup Tifblue is a well known standard for southern blueberries. It is most dependable and adaptable. Beautiful fall leaf color. Berries that stay on the bush get sweeter and sweeter and can be picked into September at the nursery. Leaves turn red in the fall. Height 5'-6' in the North; 8'-10' in the South. Ripens in July in central VA. Space 6' circle in zones 6 & 7 and 8' circle in zone 8. Native Zones 6-9.  

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$23.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$24.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$43.00


Blueberry Powderblue fruit Southern Type Blueberry - Late, large, powderblue fruit. Fine distinct taste. Height 5-6' in the North; 8-12' in the South.Space 6' circle in zone 6, and 8' circle in zone 8. Powderblue is adaptable to different soil types and long lived. Powderblue leaves are very ornamental. Ripens in late August in our area. Fruits can stay on the bush into the fall. Native Zones 6-9.  

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$9.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$18.00
1 2 Gallon  own roots$29.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$48.00
1 7 Gallon  own roots$68.00



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Climax Southern Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei Oneal Southern Highbush Blueberry - Vaccinium species x
Blueberry Tifblue Fruit On Plant Climax is a southern type blueberry with large berries ripening uniformly with a sweet flavor. Ripens about 1 month before Powderblue. Leaves have a blue hint and are very ornamental, turning red in the fall. Everyone should have a Climax in their backyard! Native Zones 7-9. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$24.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$24.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$48.00
1 7 Gallon  own roots$65.00



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Blueberry Oneal June O'Neal's large dark blue fruit is considered the best tasting of the southern highbush varieties and flavor will not deteriorate under hot weather conditions. Fruit size is very large and attractive. Plant height around 6' and well proportioned, O'Neal plants have great ornamental value in the fall when their leaves turn. Widley grown in North Carolina and even South America. Space @ 5' circle. Introduced from NC. Berries sweeten up early. Fall color is orange and wine. Native,needs 500-600 chill hours(temperature time below 45 degrees F) Zones 5-9.  

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Star Southern Highbush Blueberry - Vaccinium corymbosum X Sunshine Blue Dwarf Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei x corymbosum
Blueberry Star Large Calax Star is a southern highbush blueberry introduced in 1996 from University of Florida. Height 6'-10'(10' in the deep south) Ripens early with later (10 days) blooming habit, making it more frost tolerant. Very large fruit with an attractive calyx resembling a star. Excellent quality and very adaptable to soil types. Our sweetest blueberry offering. Star is resistant to root and leaf diseases and Botryosphaeria stem blight. Most ripe berries on young plants can be harvested in 2 pickings. On mature plants up to 8 pickings. Native, needs 400 chill hours.(temps below 45 degrees F in winter) Space 6' circle. Zones 7-9.  

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$24.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$48.00


Blueberry Sunshineblue 2010 Sunshine Blue is a compact dwarf southern highbush blueberry. Adaptable to different soils and climates, from San Diego to Seattle, from Florida to Pennsylvania. Excellent ornamental value 3' tall. Our best plant for keeping in a large "wine barrel" type pot. Yields are 5 to 10 lbs. of fruit per bush and about 80 berries per cup. Excellent fruit and productive. Very low chill 150 hours, only needs a few days of temperatures below 45 degrees F to begin growing again. So, it's a good choice for indoor winter gardening or greenhouse. Fall color is red. Native Space 4' circle Zones 5-10. 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$15.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$28.00


Legacy Blueberry - Vaccinium darrowi Columbus Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei
Blueberry Legacy fruit Legacy is similar to a high quality highbush variety in flavor and yield. Because it's parented by Vaccinium darrowi and Florida 48, Legacy is very adapted to different soil types. Vigorous, upright growth Legacy grows 4' to 6' tall, with foliage that stays evergreen in mild North West winters like Oregon & Washington state. In colder winter areas Legacy leaves turn red in the fall and shed during winter. Legacy grows well in mid Atlantic states including New jersey and North Carolina and Georgia. Ripens early mid-season. Production is high, berries are sweet, light blue and medium large. Has rated highest in flavor trials, with superior flavor and sweetness. Good landscape plant, crimson fall color, heat and drought tolerant. Fall Saffron crocus with their blue bloom lend a pleasing accent to the blueberry bed in Zones 7-8. Introduced in 1993 from USDA, Beltsville, MD. Space 4' to 6' circle. Zone 5-8. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$23.00


Blueberry Columbus fruit Columbus is a new southern type blueberry introduced in 2005 from NC State. A high yielding, superior flavored fruit, more sweeter than tangy and juicer than most, ripening a few days earlier than Powderblue, about 6 weeks later than Star. Fruit size is MONSTER. Berry quality judged by many as the best with excellent keeping qualities. Berries are resistant to rain related cracking. Leaves turn bright red in the fall. Height 6' to 7'. Space @ 6' circle. Zones 7a - 9b 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$24.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$24.00


Premier Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei Pink Lemonade Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei species X
Blueberry Premeir A very popular southern type blueberry with bright green foliage and very ornamental. Height @ 6' to 10'. Yields are 8 to 16lbs. per bush. Can fruit without a pollinator. Space @ 7' circle Zones 7 to 9  

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1 3 Gallon  own roots$39.00


Blueberry Pink Lemonade Pink Lemonade is a pink fruiting variety with excellent fruit. Similar to southern type blueberry in shape and adaptability. Stunning ornamental, vigorous and productive and as nutritious as other blueberries, and crazy sweet. Space 6' circle Zone 6-8 

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1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$14.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$18.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$60.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$20.00
1 2 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Vernon Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei Reade Ochlockonee Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei
Blueberry Vernon Vernon blueberry is a new southern type variety that is hardy and adaptable. The firm berries are rated good to excellent flavor and large berry size. One of its best characteristics is a favorable blooming time avoiding late frosts. Vernon is self fertile and can benefit from another variety. Vernon has excellent plant vigor and a high and consistent yield. Introduced from the University of Georgia. Space 5' circle Zones 6-8 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$22.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$48.00


Blueberry Ochlockonee Fruit Ochlockonee introduced from the University of Georgia, is the new leading variety for late season Rabbiteye production in the Pacific Northwest. Planted with Powderblue for pollination, Ochlockonee has consistent yields of firm, flavorful berries, larger than Powderblue. Field observations indicate Ochlockonee is more resistant to bacterial canker than other Rabbiteyes. It is recommended where a late delicious fresh fruit is desired. Ochlockonee (ok-LAHK-uh-nee),named after the Ochlockonee River in south Georgia,is a late season rabbiteye blueberry that was released in 2002. Plants of Ochlockonee are vigorous and upright. They produce abundant fruiting stems annually with only moderate growth. Ochlockonee is very productive in yield,substantially exceeding Tifblue,a widely grown older standard variety. Berries of Ochlockonee ripen about one week after Tifblue, and are larger in size. Other important fruit characters are color, firmness, and flavor, similar to Tifblue and Powderblue. Plants of Ochlockonee generally flower late enough to escape spring freezes in south and middle Georgia. The estimated chill requirement of the variety is 650 to 700 hours. The variety can be planted alone and fruiting is enhanced with other rabbiteye blueberries for cross pollination such as Powderblue, Tifblue, and Vernon. Leaves have great red fall color. Zone 7 - 10. 

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Alapaha Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei species X Centurion Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei Reade
Blueberry Alapaha Alapaha Rabbiteye Blueberry (uh-la-puh-HAH), was named for the Alapaha River in south Georgia and was was released in 2001 as an mid season rabbiteye blueberry. Plants of Alapaha are vigorous and upright with narrow crowns. The variety flowers relatively late (7 to 10 days after Climax),which helps avoidance of spring freeze damage; yet, fruit of Alapaha ripens quickly, beginning about the same time as fruit ripening of Climax. Alapaha berries are medium in size, and SWEET. Fruits have good firmness and great flavor. Berry color is medium dark blue,and they have a small dry scar, which contributes to good shelf life. Chilling requirement for Alapaha is estimated to be 450 to 500 hours. Alapaha has demonstrated improved resistance to rain cracking. Alapaha has shown some self fruitfulness, but it should be planted with other rabbiteye blueberries with a similar time of bloom for cross pollination. Recommended companion variety is Vernon.US Plant Patent 16,266. Zone 7-9 

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1 3 Gallon  own roots$48.00


Blueberry Lenoir Centurion blooms late and is self fertile. Approximate date of ripening in south Georgia is late June to mid August. Centurion extends blueberry season with its late ripening, medium sized, dark blue, high flavored berries. Bushes are very vigorous, narrowly upright, and have limited suckering. Recommended for a late season fruit. Suggested pollinizers are Ochlockonee and Powderblue. Released by North Carolina in 1978. Zones 6-8 Space 5' circle 

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Berried Treasure Native Box Huckleberry (aka Whortleberry) - Gaylussacia brachycera Spartan Blueberry - Vaccinium corymbosum x
Blueberry Berried Treasure in pot Boxed huckleberry is a low shrub with branches that rise to about 12" to 18" from underground, creeping stems, known as rhizomes. Its glossy, leathery leaves lack the resinous dots of other huckleberries, and it holds its leaves year-round while the others are deciduous. Its flowers, white or pinkish, are bell shaped. Fruits are similar to blueberries, but have fewer, larger seeds. Boxed huckleberry is on the Pennsylvania threatened plant species list. Zone 5 - 7.  

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Blueberry Spartan Largest early ripening variety with excellent flavor rating. Not adaptable to different soils. Needs bed prepping with peat and wood chips one to two years old. Plants are 5-6' high and 3'wide. Zones 4b-7 Space 4-5' circles Photo credit University of Kentucky 

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