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Blueberry Plants

Grow blueberry plants and enjoy the luscious fruits of this native American shrub that have been cherished since colonial times. Plant at least two different varieties of blueberries for cross pollination to increase yield.

 

 

Mix and Match Fruit Plants

Save 20% when you buy any combination of 3 or more fruit plants. Mix and match one plant at a time – once the third has been added to your cart, all will be 20% off! The more you buy, the more you save!

 

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  • Customer favorite
    Blueberry, Top Hat, , large

    Short Description

    A one-of-a kind blueberry developed at Michigan State University.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Oneal , , large

    Short Description

    Southern Highbush fruiting very- early in the season.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Misty, , large

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    Attractive and productive southern highbush variety.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Northblue , , large

    Short Description

    Half-High Blueberry fruiting mid-season.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Pink Popcorn , , large

    Short Description

    Prodigal bounty of pink berries, bursting with true blueberry flavor and aroma.

    $14.95
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  • Berry Pot Collection, , large

    Short Description

    Compact strawberry and blueberry plants for containers.

    $19.95
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  • Blueberry, Emerald   PP# 12,165, , large

    Short Description

    New Southern Highbush fruiting in mid-season.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Southmoon PP# 9,834, , large

    Short Description

    Southern Highbush fruiting mid-late in the season.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Patriot, , large

    Short Description

    Early-season harvest of large, aromatic, tasty fruit.

    $14.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Blueberry, Elliott, , large

    Short Description

    Vigorous and productive plants, produce berries galore late in the season.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Spartan, , large

    Short Description

    Early varieties usually produce medium size fruit, but Spartan's is very large and abundant.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Polaris , , large

    Short Description

    Half-High Blueberry fruiting early.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Northsky , , large

    Short Description

    Half-High Blueberry fruiting mid-season.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Northland, , large

    Short Description

    Northern Highbush fruiting early to mid-season.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Bluejay, , large

    Short Description

    Medium to large blueberries with high sugar content.

    $14.95
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  • New
    Blueberry, Razz, , large

    Short Description

    Plump, powder-blue, medium to large berries boast remarkable flavor with raspberry accents.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Jersey, , large

    Short Description

    Garden variety standard with late season harvest.

    $14.95
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    Blueberry, The Southern Collection, , large

    Short Description

    The best varieties for Southern climates.

    $39.95
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  • Blueberry, 90 Days Southern Collection., , large

    Short Description

    Three varieties adapted for southern areas.

    $39.95
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  • Blueberry, Bluecrop, , large

    Short Description

    Very heavy crops of medium sized blueberries. Rarely bothered by late frost. Mid Season.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Star PP# 10,675, , large

    Short Description

    Southern Highbush fruiting early in the season.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Sunshine Blue, , large

    Short Description

    At only 3 feet, a container blueberry with hot pink flowers.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Jewel, , large

    Short Description

    Early to mid season southern variety.

    $14.95
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  • Blueberry, Toro , , large

    Short Description

    Northern Highbush fruiting in mid-season.

    $14.95
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