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Elliot Blueberry Bush

Vaccinium 'Elliot'

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Delicious Blueberries, Gorgeous Looks and Four Seasons of Interest!

Want to grow your own blueberries and add ornamental value to your garden throughout the year? The Elliot Blueberry Bush is perfect for you.

Your garden will be adorned with fragrant, bell-shaped white blossoms in the spring. Then, during late summer, large, light-blue berries begin to grow and will continue to produce a harvest all the way into early fall. And the autumn show is spectacular with crimson and orange leaves. Since you’ll likely still have blueberries growing in early fall, the contrast of cool and warm colors will be mesmerizing.

Even in winter, this 4-6 foot bush will add value to your landscape with its red tinted stems and branches. The benefits don't end there:

  • Large, firm berries: Elliot Blueberries are typically half an inch when ripe, and their firm texture makes them an irresistible snack.

  • Bountiful harvest: Most bushes produce around 25 pounds of blueberries each season, but you can increase your harvest by planting alongside another variety.

  • Hardly any maintenance: No pests, diseases, fertilizing, or excessive pruning to worry about. Just protect your plant from birds and you’re set!

You can plant several in a row to create an ornamental hedge. And with a beautiful bounty of blueberries, these bushes pull double duty as a smaller privacy screen and backyard supermarket. You’ll love eating your fresh-picked, tart blueberries, baking them into a pie, or even making your own blueberry sorbet to enjoy on a hot summer day. Their firm texture and large shape make them ideal for freezing.

Speaking of freezing, the Elliot Blueberry is cold hardy, so you can grow these bushes all the way up to zone 5. The Elliot is also self-fertile, so you’ll get a robust harvest from just one bush, though you’ll get even more berries if you cross-pollinate with another variety. This gorgeous bush produces delicious blueberries and is a favorite among blueberry growers - order yours today!

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Product Details

    Mature Height:4-6 ft.
    Mature Width:4-6 ft.
    Sunlight:Full-Partial Sun
    Growth Rate:Fast
    Harvest Time:July - September
    Botanical Name:Vaccinium 'Elliot'
    Does Not Ship To:AZ, CA, OR, WA
    Grows Well In Zones:5-8 outdoors
    grow zone map

    Growing Zones: 5-8 outdoors

    (hardy down to -10℉)

    Customer Reviews & Photos


    Based on 6 reviews

    R E.
    Verified Buyer

    Great Customer service

    I have been very pleased with purchases from this company. I have just planted my bushes and trees so I don’t know how they will do. But I am confident, Fast Growing Trees will stand behind their products.

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    New Blueberry plantings

    In August, I bought 3 different Blueberry varieties to add to a new Blueberry area. 2- Torro, 1-Spartan, and 1-Patriot. The plants were delivered according to schedule and were in excellent condition. They were already trimmed back a bit and were packaged well. I took them right out of the boxes and let them air for the first night out. Then I planted them according to necessary soil conditions. I planted them all in one general area together with 1 other Blueberry plant I already had. So the 4 different varieties should really help the yield. Looking forward to see how they will do next summer.

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    Nice bush!

    The bush arrived nice and healthy and is doing great.

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    Jorge R.
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    I'm very happy with my

    I'm very happy with my request.....

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    Kyle M.
    Verified Buyer

    I've bought two last year

    I've bought two and one has taken off nicely here in North Carolina. The smaller one might need more time to develop a root system.

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