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Dr. W.T. Brightwell named this outstanding blueberry plant after himself, and he considered it the best blueberry bush, of course. The Brightwell blueberries produce consistent crops of large, juicy berries that are almost seedless. The Brightwell blueberries ripen in June and July and are rushed to markets for fresh berry sales.  The blueberries can be fast frozen without washing to strengthen the skin, or dried for later use. The Brightwell blueberry plant is a classic blueberry plant, because of its excellent quality and heavy production.

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exactly as above May 28, 2015
Reviewer: Oscar Lerma from El Paso, TX United States  
Both blueberry plants are dead.

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Blueberries May 23, 2015
Reviewer: Alfonso ST. from Lagrangeville, NY United States  
I was not too happy with the plants that were delivered.  I ordered 10 and 6 of them were either drying out or had dried out on the way.  I don't know if 4 or 5 of them will make it.  The others had some new stems growing so I think they will do fine.  I was thinking of buying a few fruit trees like figs, cherry, kalamata olives, and pomegranate trees  but now I'm having second thoughs.  I really would like to have some of these fruit trees in my backyard.  I may have to look at some nurseries in the New York area.

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Blueberry plants May 15, 2015
Reviewer: MICHAEL from Clermont, FL United States  
seven of fifteen plants arrived completely dried out, with brown leaves. More than half  the plants do not have a strong trunk/branch structure or good root system. Potted all plants in 3 gallon pots to keep them out of direct sun and to see if they live.

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b May 7, 2015
Reviewer: Eleanor Kaldon from Vero Beach, FL United States  
thank you for the lovely plants

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plants in good shape May 4, 2015
Reviewer: scott smith from Shreveport, LA United States  
plants in good shape, but box did get damaged in shipping so one broke in half

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