Enjoy blueberries all summer long and save with our Blueberry Bundle.
We picked 4 blueberries; 1 early blooming, 2 mid season blooming, and 1 late blooming to extend your blueberry harvest all summer long.
A classic, one of the earliest Blueberries to ripen, and one of our favorites, Duke bears good crops of sweet, firm, and tasty fruit making it perfect choice for the Blueberry Bundle. 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.
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.
Feast your eyes on Toro’s spectacular clusters of huge, sweet and delectable, sky-blue berries. Toro’s berry ripen in mid-season and is a great addition to your garden or yard. This beautiful compact shrub has bronze-colored spring foliage, hot pink flowers and fiery, bright red, fall foliage.
This new, late-ripening Liberty Blueberry, patented variety is prized for its large, sweet, and flavorful, sky-blue berries. Liberty blueberries are especially easy to harvest and forms an attractive, upright growing, small bush.
Latin Name: Vaccinium corymbosum
Site and Soil: Blueberries like 1/2 day to full sun and well-drained, acidic soil. You can also order our Acid Mix Fertilizer which is Specially Formulated for Blueberries.
Pollination Requirements: Blueberries are self-fertile but produce more when there is more than one variety
Hardiness: All the Blueberries in this Blueberry Bundle are hardy to minus 30° F.
Bearing Age: 1-2 years after planting
Size at Maturity: 4-5 ft. in height. Toro is a little smaller and around 3-4 ft in height.
Bloom Time: April
Ripening Time: July- August
Yield: 15-20 lbs.
Pests & Diseases: Blueberries are not bothered by significant pest or disease problems. Scare birds away with Mylar Flash Tape or deter them by covering your plants with netting.
USDA Zone: 4
Sunset Western Zone: 2-9, 14-17
Sunset Northeast Zone: 32, 34-43