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Blueberry Plants

Growing a blueberry plant is like having a fresh blueberry stand in your own back yard. Our blueberry plants will produce abundant crops of juicy, delicious, antioxidant-rich berries that you can enjoy in a number of ways. You can eat them fresh, bake them into pies, mix them into fruit salad, serve them with cream, or add them to your cereal or oatmeal to complement your breakfast. And, as a landscape bonus, blueberry plants look gorgeous all year round — they feature lovely flowers in spring and stunning foliage in fall. Plant several in a row and delight in an edible living hedge or garden divider. If you have a small-space garden, plant half-high or “dwarf" patio blueberry plants either in the ground or in containers. Whether you garden in the north or the south, you’ll find productive blueberry plants to add to your fruit garden.

Enter your zip code to find your hardiness zone, see which trees and plants are best suited for your area, and learn your next ideal planting time.

To ensure your growing success and satisfaction, there are a few things to consider when you buy a blueberry plant.


We grow two types of blueberry plants:

Zone Compatibility

Your climate plays an important role in whether a blueberry plant will produce fruit or even survive. Before ordering a plant, make sure its recommended hardiness zone range includes your area.

Proper Pollination

Even though our blueberry plants are self-pollinating, we still recommend planting another variety in your yard for optimum fruit production.

Product Options

Our blueberry plants will be shipped to you in your choice of two container sizes:

  • 3½" pots will give you well-rooted plants with less top growth for the roots to support. This means quick establishment for more new growth after planting. Plus, when you order three or more of one variety, you receive a discount on your purchase!
  • Small gallon pots will give you larger plants with more developed root systems to start with. Since these plants are older, they will establish easily and bear fruit sooner.

Acidic Soil

Blueberry plants are at their best when growing in acidic soil. They prefer soil with a pH of 4.5 to 5.5. If your soil is not acidic enough consider adding Soil Acidifier.