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Highbush Blueberries

These bushes produce the large, delectable berries found in Farmer’s Markets and in the produce section of your supermarket. Most varieties will grow 4-5 ft. in height and are hardy to minus 30°F.

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One of the best all around varieties, Bluecrop's large, sweet, flavorful, powder-blue berries grow in large clusters and ripen over the course of a month in mid summer. Bluecrop is also prized for its beautiful, crimson red, fall foliage.
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Extend your harvest season with this new variety from Australia. Brigitta's large, light blue berries begin ripening in August and will keep a month or more in the refrigerator. These tasty berries are firm, crisp and sweet, with a hint of tartness.
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Perhaps the world's largest blueberry, this outstanding selection from New Jersey bears spectacular, cherry-size, delicious fruit. Chandler begins ripening in mid-summer and harvest extends over several weeks.
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One of the earliest Blueberries to ripen and one of our favorites, Duke bears good crops of sweet, firm, and tasty fruit. We like them so much, they often disappear before we can get them home. Reliable and very productive, one Duke plant can produce over 20 lbs. of berries. These powder-blue berries begin ripening in early July.
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This new, late-ripening, patented variety is prized for its large, sweet, and flavorful, sky-blue berries. Liberty is especially easy to harvest and forms an attractive, upright growing, small bush.
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$ 16.95


Found in the wild in New Jersey, Rubel was one of the first Blueberries to be brought into commercial production. These berries are packed with flavor and are significantly higher in antioxidants than other Highbush varieties. You'll love them fresh and, with their intense flavor, they're great in muffins and other baked goodies.
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Plant this early ripening variety and feast on its delicious, tangy-sweet berries, as big as a quarter. In the fall you will enjoy Spartan's beautiful, orange and yellow foliage.
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$ 16.95


Feast your eyes on Toro's spectacular clusters of huge, sweet and delectable, sky-blue berries. A great addition to your garden or yard, Toro is a beautiful compact shrub with bronze-colored spring foliage, hot pink flowers and fiery, bright red, fall foliage.
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