The delicious berries add sweetness and delectable color to desserts. A pink blueberry! Here's a sweet treat to delight both the eye and the palate. Pink Lemonade is self-pollinating, and berries ripen mid- to late season .
It's cold-hardy and widely adaptable. Low 3-5 feet bushes have attractive open, spreading habit with fiery red to orange foliage in the fall. Patriot is a superb variety for both container and landscape use.
Yields up to 15 pounds per plant. An early season blueberry with rave reviews! This vigorous Northern-Southern cross produces a heavy crop of sweet, juicy, berries early in the blueberry season — and, in mild areas, a lighter second crop develops later...
Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. A stunning ornamental that bears delicious blueberries. Mid- to late-season. This unique berry matures to a bright pink color and offers a flavorful treat.
Antioxidant-rich blueberry varieties have subtle differences in taste, from sweet-tart to deep and rich. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.
Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Grow in containers or in your yard. This low-growing, compact (“half-high”) plant produces crops of delicious, dime-size, dark-blue berries.
Ripen in July and the harvest goes on for weeks. Very sweet, light blue fruits resist cracking. The 5-6' tall bushes become a blaze of crimson in the fall, so they are ideal arranged as an informal hedge.
Plant with at least two other blueberry varieties to ensure adequate cross-pollination. This native American variety ripens in July and yields heavily for weeks. You'll have fresh blueberries for pies and preserves for many, many years.
In spring, these mounded, “half-high” plants are dotted with white flowers, which give way to small- to medium-size berries that will give you a taste of the Northern wilds. The same exceptional flavor of a wild blueberry.
Well-shaped, upright and vigorous plants with dark green foliage. One of the first blueberries of the season. Fruit is best fresh, but also good in pies and jam. Ripens in June. Self-pollinating, but will yield larger crops if pollinated with Bluecrop...
Berries are richly sweet and medium-sized and ripen mid to late season. 'Sunshine Blue' is a cold-hardy variety that requires only 150 chill hours and is adapted for vigorous, productive growth in warmer, as well as cooler, climates.
Plants make a striking impression, abounding with vivid orange fruit that transitions to luscious, dusky black. The edible landscape has never been so sweet! ‘Nocturne's 5-6 ft. Upright highbush-type plants with glossy green foliage produce a plentitude...
Introduced in 1994. Colorful fall foliage has a red-to-purple appearance. Mulch for winter protection. White, bell-shaped blossoms appear in spring. Consistent producer of premium, powder-blue berries each year.
Most blueberry plants are self fertile but will produce better and larger berries if two or more varieties are planted together. Spartan is as strong as its name implies;the bush is tall and upright, which benefits the overall ripening of the berries...
Grown as a perennial, horseradish is hardy to -10°F. It can be grown as an annual everywhere. Set them vertically, small end down and large end 2-3 inches below soil surface. Piece-roots planted this spring will make good roots by fall.