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Blueberries will flourish in free-draining, acidic soil. If these conditions are not available, make up a mixture of moss peat, coarse sand, sawdust and clay. Can also be grown in pots. To ensure best yields it is recommended to have at least to two varieties for pollination purposes. Blueberry bushes must be picked over several times as all berries will not ripen at once. Berries should be blue for one week before picking and can be stored in a refrigerator for 2 -3 weeks.
These bushes can spread up to 5ft in diameter if allowed. One bush is capable of producing up to 6lbs. of berries when matured.
Planting Distances 4 -5 ft
A spreading variety that produces a heavy crop, ripens mid season and has a good flavour.
Most popular variety in this country. Early to mid season. Heavy cropper, with upright growth. Very good flavour.
Early variety with good yields.
An upright bush with strong shoots partly self fertile, suitable for home garden.
An exceptional large blueberry with a very long ripening period.
The first pink blueberry. A delivious sweet beautiful pink blueberry to eat and attractive ornamental white-pink flowers in Spring and crisp orange floliage in Autumn. Self pollinating.
A vigorous upright blueberry, adapting well to a wide range of soil types, tolerant to heavy soils, early ripening.