Camellia Southern Highbush Hybrid Blueberry Plant

Very "fruity" aroma; excellent flavor.

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Camellia Southern Highbush Hybrid Blueberry Plant

Very "fruity" aroma; excellent flavor.

  • Consistent yields of big berries
  • Berries have a "tropical fruit" aroma
  • Heat-tolerant cross of Rabbiteye and Northern Highbush varieties
  • Ripens mid to late season
It has large berries with excellent flavor and a very pronounced "tropical fruit" aroma. Hybrid consistency produces uniformly large berries. Ripens mid to late season. Zones 7–8.
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Product Details

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Vaccinium x 'Camellia' PP18151
  • Height: 5 - 6 feet
  • Spacing: 6 feet.
  • Depth:Plant at the same depth as in the nursery.
  • Spread:3 - 4 feet
  • Light Required:Full Sun
  • Pollinator:Self-fruitful, but cross pollination with other varieties will result in larger berries.
  • Yield: Medium, averaging 4.5 to 5 lbs per plant each year for 3 to 4 year old plants grown in bark beds with irrigation.
  • Color: White flowers.
  • Size: Bareroot
  • Blooms: Early Spring, Mid Spring, Late Spring, All Spring
  • Fruit: Uniformly large sky-blue berries with excellent flavor and a very pronounced "tropical fruit" aroma.
  • Days To Maturity: 64 - 69 Days
  • Zone: 7-8
  • Form: Fruit, Small Fruit, Blueberry
  • Flower Form: Small white flowers.
  • Soil Requirements: Acidic Soil, Sandy Soil
  • Growth Rate: Moderate growth rate.
  • Pruning: Mature blueberry bushes should be pruned lightly, but not until they are three years old. Once they have reached three years, you should begin pruning early in the Spring every year. Just remove some of the oldest branches, and snip off any very weak looking twigs. Then you can trim all of the remaining stems by 1/3. Removing a third of the branches forces new growth, and new growth bears the most fruit.
  • Foliage: Medium green foliage, topside of leaf is green, underside yellow, turning glossy-reddish in the Fall.

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