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  • Alapaha Blueberry plants

    Alapaha Blueberry

    Ripens: Early Season
    Chill Hours: 450 - 550
    USDA Zones: 7 - 9
    Pollinators: Premier, Austin

  • climax blueberry plants

    Climax Blueberry

    Ripens: Early to Mid June
    Chill Hours: 400 - 450
    USDA Zones: 7 - 9
    Pollinators: Austin, Premier

  • Premier blueberry plants

    Premier Blueberry

    Ripens: Late May to Mid June
    Chill Hours: 550
    USDA Zones: 7 - 9
    Pollinators: Alapaha, Austin, Brightwell
    Medium to Large Blueberry

  • austin blueberry plants

    Austin Blueberry

    Ripens: June
    Chill Hours: 450 - 500
    USDA Zones: 7 - 9
    Pollinators: Alapaha, Premier, Brightwell

  • brightwell blueberry plants

    Brightwell Blueberry

    Ripens: Mid June to Mid July
    Chill Hours: 350 - 400
    USDA Zones: 7 - 9
    Pollinators: Alapaha, Austin, Powderblue, Premier

  • trifblue blueberry plants

    Tifblue Blueberry

    Ripens: Late June to Early August
    Chill Hours: 600 - 700
    USDA Zones: 7 - 9
    Pollinators: Alapaha, Brightwell, Briteblue, Powderblue

  • brtieblue blueberry plants

    Briteblue Blueberry

    Ripens: June to Early August
    Chill Hours: 600
    USDA Zones: 7 - 9
    Pollinators: Tifblue, Brightwell, Powderblue

  • delite blueberry plants

    Delite Blueberry

    Ripens: July
    Chill Hours: 500
    USDA Zones: 7 - 9
    Pollinators: Alapaha, Tifblue

  • powederblue blueberry plants

    Powderblue Blueberry

    Ripens: Late June to Early August
    Chill Hours: 550 - 650
    USDA Zones: 7 - 9
    Pollinators: Alapaha, Bightwell, Tifblue


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● Grocery store prices for fresh blueberries have gotten ridiculous; it costs as much as five dollars for a small pint of delicious blueberries. Rabbiteye blueberry plants produce high yields of the amazing antioxidant-rich fruit every single growing season. Pollination is a must but you will not have to worry about that with the blueberry bundle, because we have selected two of the best producing plants for USDA zones 6-10. Blueberries are used in a number of different ways: fresh eating, jam and jellies, cooking, freezing, drying, canning, and even for making wine. The berry is antioxidant, making this a great medicinal berry plant as well; it can help purify your body of toxins that can cause cancer. Blueberry plants prefer being planted in full sun, with peat moss being added directly into the hole. You can harvest tasty fruit the first season and the berries can be picked in the mid-to-late spring.

● Blueberry plants are easy to grow and will produce more berries than your family will be able to consume, but there’s no need to worry: you can freeze this tasty berry, preserving its great flavor and medicinal benefits for later on.
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blueberry bushes for Preppers USDA growing zones

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Very Satisfied February 20, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Raymond, MS United States  
My first time to purchase here. Was very pleased with the plants I received. The blueberry plants were of good size (24-30" tall), and had a strong root system. Also, were well packed arriving in excellent condition. Would not hesitate to order again.

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Good service on Blueberry plant May 18, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Clark Fork, ID United States  
Just received the blueberry plant I ordered last week.  It was well packaged, shipped in a timely way, and in good condition when it arrived.  I gave it a good, rather than excellent, rating because it had a lot of dead leaves and the rest were pretty wilted.  I'll prune those away and trust that all the green wood growth is the sign of health I'm looking for.

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