Bluecrop Blueberry Vaccinium corymbosum
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is a highbush blueberry cultivar. It produces all-purpose blueberries that are firm and somewhat tart — great for preserves, baking, freezing and fresh eating. With this shrub, you will harvest as much as 10–20 lbs. of fruit every July. It also provides some nice landscape value with a bloom of white flowers in May and fiery red color in the fall.
- Produces an abundance of large berries good for preserves, baking, and fresh eating
- Requires acidic soil
- Is self-fertile, but the crop is better if cross-pollinated
- Will be delivered at a height of 6"–1'
Blueberry Bush Planting and Care Guide
Your Shrub’s Personality
Slow to Medium
The shrub provides nutrition for bees in early summer. White-tailed deer and eastern cottontails eat the leaves and twigs of this shrub. It also produces one of the most important fruits for wild animals. Some animals that eat these blueberries include: eastern bluebird, northern cardinal, gray catbird, wild turkey, northern mockingbird, brown thrasher, mourning dove, American robin, red fox, eastern cottontail, white-footed mouse, striped skunk and eastern chipmunk.
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