A delicious and much loved North American native. Blueberries are worth planting by the dozen. Everyone and their grandparents should have put in a blueberry patch 15 years ago. The least we can do is plant one today.
Most of our varieties are highbush (maturing to 4-6 feet). Highbush blueberries tend to be the most productive, easiest to pick, and have the largest berries.
Blueberries need an acidic soil (PH 4.5 - 5.5) and prefer a well drained site with good fungal activity. Amend soil with sulfur, peat moss, compost, and mulch. Though they will tolerate some shade, fruit production improves dramatically with full sun. Blueberries are somewhat self-fertile but fruit are larger and more abundant with a few different varieties.
We recommend planting with sulfur for $1/plant (suitable for organic production)
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