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Dwarf Northblue Blueberry
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Dwarf Northblue Blueberry

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Big Yields with Dwarf Form

Looking for a smaller bush with bigger berries? Dwarf Northblue is the blueberry for you! Slightly larger than Tophat and Northsky, growing to 2-3 ft. tall, it will produce 3-7 lbs. of sweet, juicy fruit per mature bush. Dusky blue fruit has a delicious wild flavor, but is larger in size than most dwarf blueberries. Tough and cold hardy, withstanding temps of -35°F. Ripens mid June. Potted plants.

Zones: 3 - 7 (- 30 F.)
Height: 20 - 30 inches.
Shade Requirement: Full sun.

Dwarf Northblue Blueberry
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$19.99

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Dwarf Northblue Blueberry Product Details

Botanical Name: Vaccinium v. corymbosum x v angustifolium ' Northblue'; Family; Ericaceae

Height: 20 - 30 inches.

Spacing: 2- 3 feet.

Depth: Plant at the same depth as in the nursery.

Spread: 24 inches.

Sun/Shade: Full sun.

Pollinator: Self pollinating, better yields planted with other varieties.

Yield: 3 - 7 pounds at maturity with prorper care.

Color: White.

Foliage: Large, glossy, dark green leaves. Turn crimson in Fall.

Blooms: May

Fruit: Fruit dark blue, large and attractive with a good blueberry flavor and a pleasing sugar to acid ratio.

Form: Perennial, rounded.

Soil Requirements: Acidic, moist, organic, well-drained soil. pH should be 4.5 to 5.5

Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.

Pruning: Prune out leggy small twigs for bigger, better berries. Protect berries from birds with netting.

Size: 1/4 inch blossoms.

Comments: Vary hardy cultivar. Takes temps as low as -35 degrees F. Half - high or dwarf blueberry. Cross between V. Corymbosum and V . Aurgustifolium. Sweet wild blueberry flavor that is superior to most cultivars. Stores well with refrigeration., Self-pollinating but yields better when planted with another variety.Unable to ship to: AE, AK, CA, GA, GU, HI, MI, OR, PR, WA.

Unable to ship to: AE AK CA GA GU HI MI OR PR WA


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2010-04-22
Northblue
Reviewed By: Richard Macbeth (Abingdon, Va)
I have planted these along with 3 other verities and did not let them bloom out till this year. They are doing great this year and look forward in eating the berries. I use the Blueberry food which Gurneys sells and use pine straw in the winter to protect them. I grow them in 1/2 wine barrels, it makes it very easy to grow and maintain.


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2009-09-02
Dwarf Northblue Blueberry
Reviewed By: Jill (Keizer, OR)
This plant was rather small & whimpy looking, but 6 months later...you'd never know it! It grew fast, filled out beautifully, produced some tasty blueberries and was draught hardy! It's been amazing!


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2009-05-17
Excellent plants
Reviewed By: Barbara Kane (Sugar Grove, PA)
Strong plants--arrived as sticks but they started leafing out right after I planted them. It's been less than a month & there are a few blossoms. I can't wait until I have blueberries next year!


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2008-05-09
Excellent plants
Reviewed By: Brent (Marshall, IL)
I got the plants in early april. It was just roots with two branches and a few blooms more or less. I was skeptical whether it would survive. I planted it and trimmed the blooms off and now a month later it is growing like crazy. Can't wait till it starts producing but will be a while still has alot of growing to do but definately worth the cost and time.


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2007-05-11
PRETTY GOOD LOOKING PLANTS
Reviewed By: Gary Toomey (Athens, Al)
Plants traveled well, good root system and plenty wet. Set them out today and we'll let you know how they do. Only thing that kept me from giving 5 stars is on plant was colored a purple brown, but if it lives I might want them all that color. Time will tell. Everything lo0oks really promising.


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2007-01-09
Vigorous Plants!
Reviewed By: Kathy (Los Alamos, New Mexico)
When I got the plant, it was puny, just a two pronged stick with roots. Now it is a foot and a half high and wide! No transplant shock whatsoever, since the plant was so small. It's growing great and I'm hoping for berries this season.


Dwarf Northblue Blueberry
08485 Quantity Price
For each offer ordered, get 1 plant.
$19.99

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