Perpetua™ Blueberry Plant

World's First Double-Cropping Blueberry!

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Perpetua™ Blueberry Plant

World's First Double-Cropping Blueberry!

  • First double-cropping blueberry
  • Produces fruit in midsummer and again in the fall
  • Sweet, deep blue berries
  • Grows 4-5 ft. tall
  • Very ornamental
Introducing the blueberry that gives you not one, but TWO generous harvests of sweet, delicious berries every year. Never before has a blueberry variety been able to reliably produce two crops a season. But all of that has changed with Perpetua™, the newest of the Bushel and Berry™ series of fruit. Perpetua produces its first bountiful crop in mid-summer and then reblooms and provides you fresh fruit again in the fall.

Be the first to grow this scrumptious berry in your own home garden and enjoy deep blue berries that are small, sweet and delectable—perfect for muffins and desserts, as well as fresh eating. They freeze like a dream so you can enjoy a taste of summer throughout the year. The attractive 4-5 ft. bushes can double as ornamentals in the landscape, offering year-round visual appeal. Features glossy, dark green foliage and delicate white blooms in the spring and summer, attractive deep blue berries in the summer and fall, shades of red foliage in autumn, and branches which turn red and gold in winter. Self-pollinating. Zones 4-8. U.S. Patent No. 24209.

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Product Details

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Vaccinium corymbosum 'Perpetua' PP24209
  • Height: 4 - 5 feet.
  • Spacing: 4 feet.
  • Spread:4 feet.
  • Light Required:Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Pollinator:Self pollinating.
  • Yield: Bears fruit in 3-6 years.
  • Color: White
  • Size: Potted
  • Blooms: Mid Summer, All Summer
  • Fruit: Attractive deep blue berries.
  • Zone: 4-8
  • Form: Fruit, Small Fruit, Blueberry
  • Flower Form: Delicate white blooms.
  • Soil Requirements: Acidic Soil
  • Growth Rate: Slow once established, which takes approximately 8 - 10 weeks
  • Foliage: Glossy, dark green foliage. Shades of red foliage in autumn.

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