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Very few blueberry cultivars produce huge tightly crowded clusters of berries that contain as many as 100 medium size berries per cluster as compared to the Climax Blueberry plant. The Climax cultivar is a USDA introduction of Rabbiteye blueberry bushes that was developed with the idea of producing an entire crop of berries that ripen at once. Machine harvesting maximizes a harvest of quality berries at one time -  with a loss of only a few unripe blueberries. The Climax Blueberry bush begins ripening its crop during the last week of May and that means that the berries can be mechanically and rapidly harvested for shipment to stores throughout the United States.

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1-2ft tall - Bearing Size [$5.75]
2-3ft tall [$9.75]
3-4ft tall [$15.75]
4-5ft tall [$47.75]
5-6ft tall [$69.75]


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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 22 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
First Order November 10, 2015
Reviewer: carolyn fothergill from Bamberg, SC United States  
Healthy plants, as described, well packaged, speedy delivery... with planting instructions! What more could a customer ask for?

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climax blueberry November 2, 2015
Reviewer: John St. Amant from Pensacola, FL United States  
greenwood stems looked diseased. Sent sample to Univ of Fl. Here is report

Diagnosis: Botryosphaeria Stem Blight
Category: Fungus
Comments: Botryosphaeria species fungus was consistently recovered from your blueberry plant sample. The species most likely it is B. dothidea, known to cause Stem blight and dieback on blueberry.

Once the fungus enters the tree via a wound, the fungus kills cambium and sapwood tissue, causing sunken dead areas called cankers/dieback. The cankers are small initially, but enlarge or coalesce (merge) into large areas that girdle the branch or trunk. Water movement is stopped beyond that point and results in a rapid wilting or browning of foliage causing canker and/or dieback.

Entire plants or plant parts known to be infected with the pathogen should be removed from a planting to prevent spread to healthy plants. Prompt removal of all stems infected with B. dothidea 15-20 cm below any sign of diseases wood, is recommended.

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Blueberry plants April 26, 2015
Reviewer: Jeania Kidder from Nichols, SC United States  
I received my order from Ty Ty in less than 10 days of placing my order. The plants were exactly as stated 2-3 feet and appearing to be in good health. My experience with Ty Ty was a very good one. I would definitely order from them again.

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as above April 22, 2015
Reviewer: Robert Chamberlain from Pinehurst, NC United States  

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Very Happy April 22, 2015
Reviewer: vincent johns from morgantown, WV United States  
The plants I received were just as advertised.  The plant were well packed and healthy.  The root systems were compact but that is to be expected.

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