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Sweet Berry Selections Northern Blueberry Fruit Bearing Potted Plant Variety (3 Pack)

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Northern Blueberry Fruit Bearing Potted Plant Variety (3 Pack)

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Product Overview

A collection of blueberry plant varieties that will provide up to three months of fresh blueberries. St. Cloud - an early ripening variety with dark blue, very flavorful berries. Patriot - an early-midseason ripening variety with large, sweet berries. Bluecrop - a mid season ripening variety with large blue, sweet berries that produce over a long period of time.

  • Blueberry plants make a great addition to your home garden, landscape or orchard
  • Blueberries are high in antioxidants and provide many nutritional benefits
  • Grow in acidic, well-drained soil (blueberries grow well where rhododendrons and azaleas grow)
  • Provide at least 6 hours of sun a day
  • Apply an acid fertilizer (such as a rhododendron or azalea fertilizer) in early spring
  • Apply 2 - 4 in. of mulch around plantings to conserve moisture and protect roots
  • Purchasing the variety pack ensures you have all the plants you need for up to three months of berry picking - the collection is all ready for you
  • Easy-to-plant size
  • Container grown plants provide virtually no transplant shock compared to bare root plants




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Northern Blueberry Fruit Bearing Potted Plant Variety (3 Pack) is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Arrived Quickly and Healthy Ordered two packs, they all arrived quickly and apparently healthy. Full root as expected, not bare root, and the pot has standard drain holes. Planted within a couple days and all appear to have survived. Be sure to order correct plants for region and plant with proper nutrients for blueberries.
Date published: 2014-07-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Look Before you BUY VIGORO Plants from here on out I bought 4 Blue Berry Bushes in these tall slender pots. Got the healthiest looking plants on the shelf. Got them home waiting till this weekend to get them in the ground. We got rain just little not a down pour by any means. I was perplexed as to why the plants were dying. Leaves slowly turning dark and a little red, with a silvery shine on them I was stumped. So I took them to transplant them now a saving process not a planting process. If they were diseased I was not putting them in, but nothing matched any thing I had found. When I took the plant out of the pot, the root ball was saturated with water. Completely Water logged as the pot had NO DRAIN HOLES IN IT. So the poor things sat there for a week soaking in Water. Blue Berries need good drainage, Why would any responsible vender not put the plants in pots with drain holes???? Also there was about 5-6 inches of dirt around the top of the plant where the stem comes out of the ground that just fell away from the plant when i got them out of the pot. A double No No.. I have seen many good commercial growers but never have I purchased plants treated like this, after they are out of the pot they can not be returned. I am absolutely sure this is a supplier problem not Home Depots. So if you buy plants in these pots make sure there are drain holes in the bottom. No doubt I am out $40 the plants cost and I am pretty sure unless I miracle happens they didn't have a chance in heckl of making it.
Date published: 2014-05-03
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