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Blueberry Bushes

Highbush Blueberries

Northern and Mid-West states will do best to choose a Highbush plant. Most are cold-hardy and can withstand extreme cold temperatures.

Lowbush Blueberries

Lowbush Plants perform best in cold to moderate temperatures. If you live in the Northeast or Upper Midwest, you'll want a cold-hardy Lowbush variety plant.

Rabbiteye Blueberries

Southern states with warmer climates should choose a Rabbiteye cultivar. You can expect a plump, juicy berries from this bush.


Sweetheart Blueberry Bush

Growing Zones: 4-8

  • Fruits in Spring & Fall
  • A Baker's Delight
  • Hybrid of Two Blueberries


Toro Blueberry Bush

Growing Zones: 2-7

  • Great in northern states
  • Ideal pollinators included
  • Nickle-size Blueberries


Pink Lemonade Blueberry Bush

Growing Zones: 4-8

  • Delicious Flavor
  • Unusual Color
  • Red Fall Foliage


Bushel and Berry™ Peach Sorbet™ Blueberry Bush

Growing Zones: 5-10

  • Four seasons of color
  • Perfect accent plant
  • Large crop of berries


Aurora Blueberry Bush

Growing Zones: 4-7

  • Abundant producer
  • Large sweet berries
  • Beautiful fall foliage


Top Hat Blueberry Bush

Growing Zones: 3-8

  • Abundance of flavorful berries
  • Rare white and orange blossoms
  • Compact and great for containers


Duke Blueberry Bush

Growing Zones: 4-7

  • Most Popular Blueberry
  • Perfect for Snacking
  • Cold Tolerant


Brightwell Blueberry

Growing Zones: 7-10

  • High Yield
  • Easy to Grow
  • Flavorful Fruit



Climax Blueberry

Growing Zones: 7-10

  • Heavy yielders
  • Heat & humidity tolerant
  • Early bloomer!



Tifblue Blueberry

Growing Zones: 7-9

  • Maximum health benefits
  • Pounds of berries
  • Easiest blueberry to grow

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About Blueberry Bushes

Blueberry plants produce edible fruit in a wide-range of colors and flavors ranging from sweet to tart. They can be planted in your garden, alone as an ornamental bush, and they do just as well in containers inside your home - or on your patio. Most blueberry plants are self-fruiting and thrive on their own, but planted with other blueberry plants, will cross-pollinate and provide a larger harvest of berries.

Where to Plant Blueberry Bushes

Blueberry plants are versatile and can thrive in various environments. You will want to choose the variety that does best in your particular growing zone.

How Big do Blueberry Bushes Grow

The Lowbush, Highbush and Rabbiteye vary in their size and character.

Highbush Blueberry

Grows upright and reaches 5-6 feet tall.

Lowbush Blueberry

Spreads out as ground cover and reaches 1-2 feet in height.

Rabbiteye Blueberry

Grows to a mature height of 6-10 feet.

Self-Fruiting & Cross Pollinators

Blueberry bushes are self-pollinating to an extent, but having two or more plants increases the amount of berries you will receive with each harvest. For an extreme yield of berries, we offer 3-in-1 plants. These are 3 varieties of blueberries in one container that cross-pollinate. This extends the growing season and increases the amount of berries you'll get each year.



Blueberry Sizes

The berries vary in size. Lowbush shrubs produce blueberries that are small. Highbush and Rabbiteye plants produce medium to large sized berries.




The Flavor of Blueberries Varies

The flavor of blueberries will range from sweet to tart, and mild to tangy. Overall, when picked right from the shrub, bigger berries tend to taste sweeter, whereas smaller berries are preferred for cooking, because they typically have a more tart flavor.

Tart Blueberries

Sweet Blueberries

Tart & Sweet Blueberries

Harvest Months for Blueberry Bushes

Blueberries ripen over a long season and hold well on the bush. The harvesting season varies between different climates / areas of the country. In cooler climates, blueberry season starts in July and runs through August. In milder climates, the season runs from July into September. Warm climates tend to have seasons that starts as early as May / June and carries through July.

Highbush Blueberries

Lowbush Blueberries

Rabbiteye Blueberries

Sweetheart Blueberries

Variety Growing Zone Type Harvest Season Berry Size Color Characteristic Mature Height Yield / yr
3-in-1 Blueberry (Northern) Zones 4-7 Highbush Early Summer -> Late Summer
Blue / Dark Blue Hybrid: Elliott, Bluecrop, Duke - long harvest season 6-8 Ft 10-15 lbs
3-in-1 Blueberry (Southern) Zones 6-8 Highbush Spring -> Fall
Blue & Purple Hybrid: Legacy, Alapaha Camellia - long harvest season 6 Ft 10-15 lbs
Aurora Blueberry Zones 4-7 Highbush Late Summer
Deep, Red, Wine Berries up to an inch in diameter 5-6 Ft 5-10 lbs
Austin Blueberry Zones 7-9 Rabbiteye Early Summer -> Late Summer
Blue Bountiful Berry Bush that Doubles as an Impressive Ornamental 6-8 Ft 15-20 lbs
Brightwell Blueberry Zones 7-10 Rabbiteye Early Summer -> Mid Summer
Blue / Dark Blue Minimal Work for a HUGE Harvest 6-15 Ft 20 lbs
Climax Blueberry Zones 7-10 Rabbiteye Early Summer -> Mid Summer
Blue Tall Bush Packed with Berries 8-10 Ft 25 lbs
Duke Blueberry Zones 4-7 Highbush Late Spring
Light Blue Yellow/Orange Foliage in Fall / Pink Flowers in Spring 4-6 Ft 10-20 lbs
Pink Lemonade Blueberry Zones 4-7 Highbush Mid-Late Summer
Deep Pink Fiery Orange-Red Foliage in Fall; Pinkish-White Flowers in the Spring 4-5 Ft 5-10 lbs
Spartan Blueberry Zones 5-7 Highbush Summer
Light Blue Very Large - Size of Quarter 5-6 Ft up to 10 lbs
Sweetheart Blueberry Zones 4-8 Highbush Early Spring -> Late Summer
Blue Repeat Fruiting (Spring & Summer) 5-6 Ft 15 lbs
Tifblue Blueberry Zones 7-9 Rabbiteye Early Summer -> Mid Summer
Blue Premier Pollinator 6-8 Ft 10 lbs
Top Hat Blueberry Zones 3-8 Lowbush Late Spring
Blue White Blossoms; Brilliant Orange Foliage in the Fall 1-2 Ft 5-10 lbs
Toro Blueberry Zones 2-7 Highbush Mid-Summer
Dark Blue Cold Hardy with Fiery Red Foliage in Fall 4-8 Ft 3-5 lbs