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Plant description:

Blueberries are crown forming, woody, perennial flowering shrubs grown for its blue or purple berries. They have oval elliptical leaves which grow alternately along the stems. Blueberries produce clusters of small urn or, bell-shaped flowers ranging from white to pale pink in colour.

Family: Ericaceae

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Blueberries Blueberry


Plant Care

Planting Instructions

Blueberries can be planted anytime, but spring and autumn are best.


Mulch with peat moss, pine needles or sawdust which conserves water and minimizes soil water fluctuations. Water blueberry plants during the day. Keep the soil moist but not soggy. Blueberry bushes should be pruned every year.


Produces clusters of small urn or bell-shaped flowers that range in colour from white to pale pink.


Blueberries can be picked from September to mid-February.


Blueberries take up to three years to produce fruit. Blueberries can be picked from September to mid-February depending on the variety.

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