Blueberry, Southern Highbush (Vaccinium corymbosum) - 50 Seeds

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With a greater range of adaptability than either of its parents, the Southern Highbush blueberry is a cross between the Northern Highbush blueberry and native southern species. Unlike Northern Highbush blueberries, Southern Highbush blueberries tolerate a wider range of soil conditions and temperature variations. Although the fruits are slightly smaller, they are equally as delicious and hold up much better in warmer temps. As a result of the delicious berries they produce, Southern Highbush blueberries are becoming increasingly popular for home and commercial planting. The Southern Highbush blueberry is a good choice for growers in the Mid-Atlantic, Appalachian, Southern, and Midwest regions where winter temperatures are not typically well below freezing for most of the entire winter. In colder regions, our Northern Highbush blueberry ( are an excellent choice.

•Vaccinium corymbosum
•American grown seeds
•USDA Zones 6b-10b (see photo for growing range)

Pre-stratified, so sow 2-3 seeds per plant, 1/8-1/4" deep in acidic (pH 4.5 to 5.0), well draining soil. Soil that is too high in pH will result in delayed growth and yellow foliage. Keep moist during germination and insure adequate water during the first year with 1" of water (rain and waterings) during the growing season.

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