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The Biloxi blueberry plant is a great choice for the Southern Gardener. The Southern Highbush variety in general is a good choice for the south. The Biloxi requires low chilling hours and will produce large, firm berries with an excellent flavor. This is another good choice for freezing and canning. Buy your blueberry plants from Southern Berries USA!
The Bluecrisp blueberry plant is a good choice to start the year. This early producer has medium/large dark blue berries. It requires low chilling hours, making it a great choice for the South.
The Emerald blueberry plant is a southern highbush that grows well in the south. It needs very few cold hours. This plant produces large, bright blue berries and is suited for zones 8, 9 and 10. It begins producing the middle of April. Plants will grow to 6 feet. The Emerald blueberry plant is a good choice for a large planter on the patio. View how to successfully grow a blueberry plant in a pot here. The berries are excellent in firmness and flavor. The Emerald blueberry plant is a good choice for preserving for later.
The Farthing blueberry plant is a very high producing, heat tolerant blueberry plant. It is well-suited for Southern USA. Even though it will do well in partial shade, this plant will do its best work in full sun. Farthing blueberries are firm, sweet and juicy. While this is an excellent choice for baking and jam, this is a great berry to eat straight off the plant!
Legacy blueberry plants will do well in zones 5 through 8. This is a strong plant that will produce medium to large berries. From New Jersey to Georgia, the Legacy is a high producer of sweet, light blue berries. It is rated very high in flavor and can handle hot and dry weather.
New Hanover blueberry plants are one of our favorite plants here at Southern Berries USA. The large, light blue berries have an excellent flavor. These early, high-yielding plants can produce 15 to 20 pounds of berries from one mature plant. This is a hardy plant that is self-fruitful and is also very useful to have around for plants that are not.
The Pink Lemonade blueberry plant is a unique blueberry plant with pinkish, red berries that are sweeter than most other blueberries. These hardy plants can produce fruit in their first year of planting and are an excellent choice for container farmers.
This bundle contains everything you need to successfully grow blueberry plants in a pot!
The large bundle includes a large, terracotta-look pot, 12-quart bag of Southern Berries USA Blueberry Soil Mix, and a 1-year old blueberry plant of your choice. $36.50 if purchased at the regular price.
The extra-large bundle includes an extra-large, terracotta-look pot, 16-quart bag of Southern Berries USA Blueberry Soil Mix, and a 1-year old blueberry plant of your choice. $41.50 if purchased at the regular price.
The Snowchaser blueberry plant is a strong and hardy plant. This is an early starter and will get the year going. It produces medium-sized, light blue berries. The berries have an excellent flavor.
Springhigh blueberry plants are a very good option when trying to decide what to put in the yard. This is a high producer and will help pollinate other blueberries you have. The berries are large, sweet and abundant. Because it is a mid-season producer it can be the bridge that keeps you picking all summer.
The Sweetcrisp blueberry plant is a fast grower and big producer. In February and March, it will produce pink and white flowers. In May you start picking the berries. This is the one plant you want in the garden to get the blueberry season started. It works very well with the Brightwell, Tifblue and Premier blueberry plants. With this setup, you’ll be picking berries from May ’til August.