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Briteblue Blueberry Plant


 
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New fresh crops of blueberries begin ripening during the last week of May and extend through July into August. The Briteblue blueberry bushes grow to about 4 feet in height. The large size and enormous production yields of the Briteblue blueberry document this selection as perfect for the home gardener, and the bush sometimes produces berries larger than a quarter. Two different blueberry plant bushes will promote blueberry pollination and result in reliable blueberry yields every season. Large bearing-size blueberry plants will bear berries often during the first year. Rabbiteye blueberries begin bearing berries at a very young age.

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planting December 14, 2018
Reviewer: Ken Magee from Chapin, SC United States  
it would be helpful to include planting tips/instructions

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April 19, 2018
Reviewer: Ron Butler from Denison, TX United States  


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Briteblue Blueberry plant April 4, 2018
Reviewer: Beth Tanner from Stephenville, TX United States  
Excited to try my hand at growing blueberries. Our soil is anything but conducive to growing blueberries, but I did raised beds and lots of peat moss added to the soil. This is a test plot. If they do well this year I will add more.

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April 4, 2018
Reviewer: Erin Miller from Norfolk, VA United States  


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Great March 7, 2018
Reviewer: Ducote Kiernan from Magnolia, MS United States  
I’ve bought 5 different trees and 18 blackberrie bushes all doing good turning green alive and well

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