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Prepare For Tons of Large Blueberries
Since its recent introduction, the Aurora Blueberry has been growing in popularity due to its reliable ability to produce large sweet berries and beautiful fall foliage.
You've never seen homegrown blueberries that get this large, Aurora Blueberries will shock you as they ripen to be up to an inch in diameter. Your friends and family will be amazed when you grow huge delicious berries.
Aurora Blueberries are taking the culinary world by storm, and are often selected for their sweet and improved berry flavor. Blueberry pies, muffins, tarts, and more have never tasted this phenomenal. Most of these berries are picked and eaten fresh because people can't wait to try their juicy flavor immediately.
Not only are these blueberries filled with an unmatched sweet flavor, but they're packed with antioxidants and nutrients as well. Blueberries are good for the brain, heart, and skin, and due to their high content of vitamin C, they're good for the immune system too.
These blueberry shrubs can be grown anywhere, in containers or outdoors in harsh winter conditions. They're very cold hardy and can withstand temperatures down to negative 20 degrees F, meaning Aurora Blueberries are perfect for growing in the North and South.
In the summer you'll pick berries for months and enjoy this shrub's lush green foliage, and when fall rolls around the corner you'll get a magnificent fall foliage show once the leaves start turning shades of red and orange.
If left unpruned, Aurora Blueberry shrubs can grow up to six feet tall, and five feet wide allowing it to make for the perfect low maintenance hedge. Imagine having a lush green wall that provides you with large, delicious blueberries and beautiful fall colors.
The demand for Aurora Blueberries is growing, people can't resist the sweet flavor of these large berries that are easy to grow at home. Don't hesitate to order yours today, before they're gone.
Full Planting & Care Instructions
|August - September
|Year to Bear:
|Can Fruit the 1st Year!
|Vaccinium corymbosum 'Aurora'
|Does Not Ship To:
|Grows Well In Zones: