Large Delicious FruitThe Northblue Blueberry has large fruit that is dark blue, with an excellent blueberry flavor and is great for fresh eating. A prolific bloomer, this blueberry produces huge midseason crop of blueberries starting in July. The blooms have attractive showy white flowers tinged pink. It offers striking multi-tone fall foliage colors – yellow through red. This low-growing blueberry is perfect for the home landscape. It doesn’t take up much space, so makes for a fine landscape plant for borders, as hedge or specimen. The Northblue Blueberry is completely self fruitful. However, cross-pollination produces the best fruit crop. This blueberry prefers an acid soil for best plant health and fruit production. It likes an organically rich, medium to wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. The shallow, fibrous roots need constant moisture and good drainage. Blueberries are delicious, exceptionally nutritious, high in bioflavanoids. Blueberries are a delicious gourmet treat that may be eaten fresh or used in cobbler, cake, sauce, jam, jelly or syrup. Birds love blueberries so be sure to plant enough to share!*Spring Flowers*Large Summer Fruit*Compact .
The Best Blueberry for Containers!Enjoy fresh blueberries no matter where you live! The Top Hat Blueberry is a perfect choice for small spaces, containers and even bonsai! This self pollinating dwarf hybrid will explode with white blossoms in spring, and then becomes a prolific producer of full-sized, delectable fruit that you can eat fresh or use for pies, muffins, cobblers, jams, preserves, and syrup. Blueberries are extremely nutritious and have a high vitamin and antioxidant content. Every year they get more expensive at the grocery store … so why not grow your own? It will pay for itself with the first harvest in July and August. ‘Top Hat’ can be grown in-ground or in a large pot, in full sun or part shade; After your harvest, you can enjoy the handsome, leathery leaves, which turn a ruddy bronze. Bonsai enthusiasts rave about how ‘Top Hat’ will even produce flowers and fruit in a bonsai dish! Imagine picking your own healthy, delicious blueberries. It’s a great experience for the whole family and you’ll have plenty to share with friends..
Early Season Berry with Exceptional QualitiesPremier Blueberry, Vaccinium ashei ‘Premier’, is a rabbiteye type blueberry bush. Plant a few in a grouping in your side yard where you can have your very own mini-orchard and a source of the freshest fruit possible.Your Premier Blueberry has many admirable features. Delicate white blossoms bloom in spring, sprinkled across the vibrant, green foliage for an elegant, early season display. The foliage transitions to shades of orange and red for autumn. As lovely as it is however, Premier isn’t just a pretty face.The flowers bloom late, so you won’t have to worry as much about late freezes damaging your crop. It is also a rabbiteye type bush, meaning that you’ll have sweeter, hardier fruit that is more amenable to freezing for storage. The June-July berries are large, delicious and of high quality, with a variety of health benefits naturally built right in.Blueberries are among the healthiest fruits you can grow. They are full of antioxidants, vitamins and other health-inducing qualities that make them a must-have for those interested in healthy living. Blueberries are also delicious, wonderful eating right from the bush or used in desserts, pies, jellies…and countless other culinary uses.Premier Blueberry is a deciduous shrub that will grow 6 feet in height with a 5-6 foot spread. It has a rounded nature and upright habit. Premier Blueberry is low maintenance so it won’t require a lot of effort from you in order to reap its amazing benefits. It’s highly productive, but for optimal harvest, you’ll want to plant more than one variety.This early to mid-season ripening blueberry variety is a must-have for any blueberry-lover. The large, light blue fruit is as delicious as it is attractive. The foliage is lovely and the shrub generally carefree. You can’t go wrong trying one of these amazing blueberry varieties. Premier truly is a “premier” blueberry for your yard this year!* Delicious & healthy fruit * Spring flowers * Autumn color * Cold hardy * Heat and drought resistant * Rabbit tolerant * Adaptable to a variety soils.
Big blueberry fruit on a big blueberry bush! Big is definitely better when it comes to the Brightwell Blueberry bush (Vaccinium ‘Brightwell’). Growing a whopping 10 feet tall, Brightwell has more real estate to provide more berries!Perfect for the home garden, Brightwell gives you loads of large blueberries that are packed full of juicy goodness. Your friends and family will be thrilled to know that you will be picking far more berries than you can use. (So will the birds, who will try to beat you to the bounty, so invest in some good netting!)In regards to Brightwell Blueberry pollination, Brightwell is self-fruiting, so it doesn’t require a pollinator to set fruit, but you will always get bigger yields if you plant it with a friend like Tifblue or Climax.Give Brightwell a sunny spot with good drainage. It’s not as fussy as other blueberry bushes and doesn’t require as much mulching or organic matter as others to be at its best. Easy-care Brightwell is also unaffected by late winter or early spring freezes.Aren’t you already dreaming of all the pies, tarts and fresh blueberry muffins and blueberry pancakes you can make from berries you pick in your own backyard? Make those dreams a reality. Order your Brightwell Blueberry bushes today! * Big harvests of big fruit * Grows 10 feet tall * Easy care * Handles frost well.
Great cold-weather blueberryBlueberry plants make a great addition to your home garden, landscape or orchard. They are high in antioxidants and provide many nutritional benefits. St. Cloud blueberries excel with all of these traits and more.With St. Cloud Blueberry, Vaccinium corymbosum ‘St. Cloud’, you can start picking fruit weeks earlier than many other blueberry varieties. This bush covers itself with white flowers in late spring and massive numbers of dark blue berries in early to mid-summer. You will have plenty to eat and plenty to give away!If you can grow azaleas and rhododendrons, then you can grow the St. Cloud Blueberry. They grow in the same types of places and enjoy the same soils. Give them six hours of sun a day and plant another cold weather blueberry (like Polaris) to cross-pollinate and you’ll have mouthwatering berries all season long.These are tall plants – up to 4 feet tall – but they have shallow root systems. This makes them perfect for raised bed planting and large containers. They are beautiful landscape plants and will fit into any border or perennial bed with ease. In the fall the leaves turn a vibrant red-orange that lights up the landscape.Nature Hills only sells strong, healthy, field-grown plants so you know that you’re getting the best available. Order St. Cloud Blueberry today and enjoy a summer full of fresh fruit!* Hardy plants for northern gardens* Native * Huge yields of juicy fruit.
Often Considered the Best of the Blueberries Tifblue Blueberry, Vaccinium ashei ‘Tifblue’, is a deciduous shrub that produces delectable fruit. Plant several for a unique hedge, or one by a window where you won’t miss a moment of its 3-season interest. Tifblue is an extraordinary blueberry variety. A rabbiteye type blueberry, Tifblue Blueberry produces fruit that is sweeter, hardier and that freezes better. It is often considered the best of the blueberry varieties available for both its flavor and autumn color. The excitement begins when your Tifblue’s spring buds unfurl into delicate, white/pink blossoms. The flowers are the harbinger of a sumptuous feast of superior fruit that begins to ripen in mid-June and continues on through July. The berries appear in clusters, each blue-hued beauty large, firm and packed full of outstanding, sweet flavor. The berries of your Tifblue Blueberry tend to hang onto the bush quite well, so you’re less likely to lose many prior to picking. If you prefer a few tart berries, you can pick a few of your Tifblue Blueberry before fully ripe to add to the delectable sweetness of their fully ripe nature. When the harvest is complete, you can still look forward to one of the best fall displays a blueberry bush has to offer, with Tifblue’s remarkable transition from vibrant green to shades of brilliant burgundy. Tifblue Blueberry will grow 10 to 12 feet tall. It has a vigorous nature and an upright form. It’s adaptable to a variety of soils, and overall very hardy. Can you imagine having a Tifblue Blueberry just outside your front door? Or perhaps several in a side yard for your own mini-orchard? They don’t require special care and yet provide flowers, form and fall interest every year. Of course, even more enchanting is the opportunity to have your own delicious fruit available to you, fresh-picked by your own hand. It’s a marvel to be sure…and one you won’t want to miss out on experiencing this year! * Delicious, healthy fruit * Spring flowers * Adaptive to a variety of soils * Hardy * Rabbit tolerant * Good drought tolerance.
Resistant to Late Freezes Powder Blue Blueberry, Vaccinium ashei ‘Powder Blue’, is a deciduous shrub that produces delicious, healthy fruit. Plant several for an eye-catching hedge along your home, or even just one to partake of its amazing fruit. Your Powder Blue Blueberry will produce delicate white flowers in late spring/early summer. This is especially wonderful, not just for its beauty but because a late bloom helps protect your blueberry bush from late freezes. Ripening mid to late season, the berries are large and light blue. The effect of the clusters (of up to 50), of pretty berries against the green foliage is enchanting, only contributed to by the powdered look of the berries (as if sprinkled with fairy dust as they await the excitement of the harvest). Foliage hues of red and yellow in fall round out the ornamental display of this exceptional blueberry bush. Powder Blue Blueberry is a rabbiteye type, so named because the berries are pink before transitioning to their ripe blue. Rabbiteye blueberries are known for being sweeter, hardier and have a tendency to freeze better. Blueberries are also known overall for their health benefits, filled with vitamins and antioxidants among other beneficial attributes. Powder Blue Blueberry is a deciduous shrub that will grow 6 to 10 feet in height. It has an upright nature and is quite hardy overall. Powder Blue will adapt to a variety of soil types and is generally long lived. Cross-pollination will give you the best crop, so plant it with other blueberry bushes for optimal performance. Powder Blue Blueberry is not only delicious and lovely, but will even avoid being damaged by late freezes. It’s an exceptional blueberry variety to be sure, and one you won’t want to miss this year! * High yielding * Spring flowers * Mid to late season fruit * High yielding * Hardy * Adaptive to a variety of soils.
Late Spring/Mid-Summer Harvest Woodard Blueberry, Vaccinium ashei ‘Woodard’, is a medium sized shrub with ornamental features and fabulous fruit. Plant a few along your garage or outbuilding for a lovely and productive shrub border. Woodard will do well in many locations, including even a container on your back patio. Your Woodard Blueberry is a rabbiteye type blueberry bush, which ensures your shrub will provide you with sweeter, hardier berries that freeze well. Woodard is also one of the shortest of the rabbiteyes, so you’ll have a much easier time harvesting your berries—and with berries as delicious as this sweet variety, you won’t want to miss a single one! Your berries ripen in late-spring/mid-summer and are large with a lovely, light blue shade. The delicate, bell-shaped blossoms that precede the berries are an adorable white/pink, their spring display a welcome sight after the long winter’s rest. Woodard Blueberry will grow to up to 6 feet in height with an equal spread. It has an upright nature, rounded form and good fall color. Woodard is far hardier than many other varieties and low maintenance as well, so won’t require a lot of time and effort from you. You will however want to plant more than one variety for cross-pollination which will give you optimal yields. With its array of exceptional qualities, it’s easy to see why Woodard Blueberry is the right choice for your yard this year! * Delicious, healthy fruit * Spring flower * Heat and drought tolerant * Fall interest * Works well in containers.
Huge Delicious Fruit and Beautiful Fall ColorGood cold hardiness and consistent crops of The Patriot’s gigantic fruit make this tops on the blueberry plant list. Expect 10-20 pounds of luscious berries from just one bush! The Patriot Blueberry will give you lovely, bell-shaped, white flowers in May; delicious, exceptionally nutritious fruit in July and a show of bright orange color in fall. The Patriot has huge (quarter-size), tart, dusky fruit bursting with true blueberry flavor, coming earlier than some other varieties, in late July. It is a highbush blueberry cultivar which typically grows at least 4’ tall or more, a perfect choice for a living fence.Blueberries cost a small fortune; grow your own and eat them right off the bush, or use them in cobbler, muffins, jam, jelly or syrup. Be sure to get several so you can share some with your feathered friends. Self-pollinating.* Huge Fruit* Fall Color* Large Bush.
Most Popular Variety!The Bluecrop Blueberry, Vaccinium corymbosum ‘Bluecrop’, has a firm light blue medium-sized fruit. This blueberry is considered the best for consistent yields, disease resistance and high quality. Dainty, waxy, bell-shaped, white flowers appear in May. Flowers are followed by light blue blueberries that ripen in early August. It displays a fiery red fall foliage, and the reddish stems can be attractive in winter. Bluecrop Bluberry is an upright, open growing shrub to 5-6 feet. Very effective when planted in shrub borders or as part of less formal shrub plantings because of its ornamental value. Bluecrop Blueberry is the most popular variety in North America, it prefers an organically rich, medium to wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. The shallow, fibrous roots need constant moisture and good drainage. Plants appreciate a good organic mulch. Prune as needed in late winter beginning in the third year after planting. The blueberry grows best on sites where most other crops fail. Although blueberries are self-fertile, cross-pollination produces the best fruit crop. Blueberries are delicious, exceptionally nutritious, high in bioflavanoids. Blueberries are a gourmet treat that may be eaten fresh or used in cobbler, cake, sauce, jam, jelly or syrup. Birds love blueberries so be sure to plant enough to share!.