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Search results for: 'Elizabeth_Blueberry'
Elizabeth Blueberry-1 Liter Pot SPRING (3 or more $13.50/Each) It's back! Blueberry gourmets have long been trying to find a source of Elizabeth! This variety developed in New Jersey in the 1960's is sought for its superior flavor. The bush is upright to 6' tall and vigorous and the fruit is very large. Clusters are loose and easy to harvest. Fruit ripens from mid to through late season. USDA Zones 5-9.
Search results for: 'Bluegold_Blueberry'
Bluegold Blueberry 3+: $13.50/SPRING Bluegold produces very heavy crops of sweet, flavorful fruit during mid-season. The beautiful, compact, rounded bush grows only four feet tall but bears large clusters of easy-to-pick berries. Unusual yellow fall foliage and yellow winter wood followed by bright white spring flowers make Bluegold a year round beauty. It is among the more winter hardy varieties.
Jersey Blueberry: MATURE SIZE: 6 feet tall x 6 feet wide FLAVOR: sweet, full blueberry flavor FRUIT SIZE: large and firm ZONE: 4 - 9 BLUEBERRY TYPE: Northern highbush POLLINATION: plant with another blueberry variety for best crop production. Jersey blueberry is also an attractive landscape shrub, with striking orange fall color.
Chippewa Blueberry (Vaccinium 'Chippewa') at Bachman's Landscaping
Chippewa Blueberry (Vaccinium 'Chippewa') a variety of blueberry that was developed in 1996 at the University of Minnesota in the United States to be especially hardy in cold climates. To withstand the harsh cold, as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit (-40 degrees Celsius), the Chippewa blueberry was cultivated as a “half-high” variety, meaning that even at maturity it stands about half as high as the traditional blueberry bush.