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'Northblue' and 'Northland' are ideal varieties for your raised bed because they produce abundant, tasty fruit — and because the plants remain compact and will pollinate each other. Like all blueberries, they are attractive landscape plants with glossy foliage that turns a beautiful, brilliant red in fall. Hardy in zones 4-7. (Not sure of your zone? Our Zone Finder tool can help!)
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So Far, So Good
from Hackettstown, NJ
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about : Blueberries for Raised Beds, Set of 2:
These came packaged well, with specific, detailed instructions, and in very good shape. I would have given them 5 stars, but I haven't seen how they'll do over a Northeast winter, or how well the berry production will be (they will need a couple of years). Other than that, I would definitely order again!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Blueberry combo Northblue/Northland
from New York
Blueberries arrived promptly. Well wrapped, roots were well developed, moist and easily removed from packaging. Placed each in a half-whiskey barrel with bottom removed (peat, perlite, sulfur-based acidifier and pine bark mix) and they were leafing out within 2 days. Northblue is the smaller plant but was the first to flower. I found this combo a great value and very happy receiving viable and healthy stock to use in my containers. Thanks!
(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Bartlett, TN
The plants were not shipped by grower until the temps where they were shipping were safe for the transit of the bushes. I thought that was awesome! The bushes are doing great and it has been several weeks now that they have been planted.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
GREEN,HEALTHY AND FLOWERING
By Cattlewoman 24/7
from Western PA
About Me Master Gardener
Arrived healthy,green and full of blossoms and are now holding clusters of tiny green blueberries that we'll all enjoy in about 6 weeks. Since they are only a 3X3 bush we put them around the house foundation so that as the flowers and vines stop the color show of summer the red of these blueberry leaves in the fall chill air will accent the evergreens and gold cypress.
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Uneven blueberry plants
from Oak Park, IL
Maybe plants are just like people.....
(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)
Two Blueberrie bushes for raised beds
By Grandma Gardener
About Me Budget Shopper
One bush was (is) beautiful and large. Other is tiny. Tiny one having a hard time getting going, but large one is healthy and strong. Look forward to fresh blueberries in the next few years!
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
blueberries for raised beds
from Orange, MA
About Me Midrange Shopper
The blueberries arrived a little early for my part of the country but they were easy tos tore and show no damage from being stored.
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