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Echo Half-High Blueberry

Harvest Blueberries when Others Can't

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Echo Half-High Blueberry

Harvest Blueberries when Others Can't

  • Produces in the summer and fall
  • Grows up to 5 ft. tall with glossy green foliage
  • Can be grown in the garden, as a hedge or in containers
  • Top yields of medium-sized berries
  • The latest and best in blueberry breeding
Eat sun-ripened, homegrown blueberries when others are only dreaming of them! Hands-down the best double-cropping blueberry on the market, Echo produces a crop of berries early in the blueberry season, and an even larger crop in early fall—and fruits until frost. So, you'll enjoy fresh, sun-ripened berries for weeks! Plus, it's one of the most ornamental blueberry bushes we've seen.
Harvest More Blueberries. Echo produces a crop of berries a few weeks before popular early varieties like Earliblue and Northland. It bears a second crop when late-ripening blueberries are in season—and then Echo keeps fruiting until frost!

Very Ornamental. Growing up to 5 ft. tall, Echo has a compact habit and flowers twice a year. Its spring foliage emerges lush green with a red blush before turning a lustrous, dark green. It can be grown in the garden, as a hedge or in patio containers. We recommend using our Blueberry Success Mix when growing blueberries in containers.

The Latest and Best in Blueberry Plant Breeding. Developed by the USDA Agricultural Research Service in collaboration with Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station. Zones 3-7. PP29787.
  • 76380
  • potted plant
  • $39.99
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Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Vaccinium 'Echo' PP29787
  • Height: 4 - 5 Feet
  • Spacing: 2' - 3'
  • Spread: 2' - 3'
  • Light Required: Full Sun
  • Yield: Echo produces a crop of berries early in the blueberry season, and an even larger crop in early fall-and fruits until frost.
  • Color: White
  • Size: Potted
  • Blooms: Mid Spring, Mid Summer, Late Summer
  • Fruit: Blue berries have rich, blueberry flavor.
  • Zone: 3-7
  • Form: Fruit, Small Fruit, Blueberry
  • Flower Form: Large urn shaped 3/4" fruit borne in loose axillary clusters
  • Soil Requirements: Acidic Soil
  • Growth Rate: Moderate.
  • Foliage: In spring, foliage emerges lush green with a red blush before turning a lustrous, dark green.
  • Comments: The best double-cropping blueberry on the market, Echo produces a small crop of tasty blueberries in the spring, before most other blueberry cultivars, and a larger crop in late summer. Echo's very ornamental, too. Its spreading bush habit, glossy foliage and flowers are sure to stand out in the garden and patio containers. Developed by the USDA Agricultural Research Service in collaboration with Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, Echo is a child of Perpetua, the world's first double-cropping blueberry.

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