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Out of Season Blueberry Bluecrop

Blueberry Bluecrop

Best All-Around Garden Variety

Start growing your edible landscape this summer! Bluecrop Blueberry produces large to very large berries, and is unbeatable for consistent yields, large high-quality fruit and disease resistance. Growing 4 to 6 ft. tall, this bush bears up to 20 lbs. of firm, light blue fruit. Berries are large—about 65 per cup compared to the 120 or so with other varieties. Ripens in mid July. Your Bluecrop Blueberry will arrive in a gallon pot and ready for planting. Potted. Zones 4-7.

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  • Botanical Name: Hibiscus syriacus 'Freedom'
  • Height: 6-8 feet
  • Spacing: 5-8 feet
  • Depth: Place in a hole 2 times as wide and deep as the pot; plant top of root ball at soil surface.
  • Spread: 4'
  • Light Required: Full sun to partial shade
  • Pollinator: Self pollinating. Northern highbush variety. Plant 2 or more varieties for good production. Jersey would be a good choice as a pollinator.
  • Yield: Approximately 10 - 20 pounds at maturity with proper care.
  • Color: Coral red (Dark reddish pink)
  • Foliage: Loses leaves in the fall. Palmately veined, 3 lobed, coarsely toothed along the margins. Dark green, heavily textured
  • Blooms: Mid summer to frost, continuous blooms
  • Fruit: Large to very large, firm, bright light-blue berries.
  • Zone: 4 - 9 (-20° F.)
  • Form: vase shaped
  • Flower Form: Large, single open bells, with a doubling of the smaller inner petals that create a totally unique form. The inside of the flowers look almost like an old fashioned carnation set inside the large outer petals
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained; tolerant of a wide range of soils
  • Growth Rate: Slow while establishing, fast thereafter
  • Pruning: None, except to prune into desired form Anytime between February and mid July
  • Size: 1/4 inch blossoms.
  • Comments: Flowers do not have a fragrance. Fibrous root system. Prune to desired form in early spring up until mid-summer. Multi-stemmed wood shrub. Large, single flowers. Dark green leaves. The foliage does not show the yellowing in mid-summer that is typical of some hibiscus. Kept to 3-4 feet for a screen or hedge or pruned to make a small tree.

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