Photo: Opiola Jerzy
Zones 3 to 7(8)
6 inches to 12 feet
2 to 12 feet
White, sometimes with pink tinge
Combination of yellow, orange and red
Full sun to partial shade
Moist, well-drained, acidic
Planting and Care
Amend planting bed as needed, easy to grow with proper soil conditions
Chlorosis in alkaline soils, birds
Varieties to Consider
Low bush blueberries are smaller and hardy to Zone 2. University of Minnesota introduced half-high series that are hardy to -40 degrees.
Did You Know
This landscape beauty is one of the fruits with the highest antioxidant activity. Good source for vitamins, minerals, fiber and are low in fat and sodium.