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Patio Blueberry Plant Collection

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Includes cold-hardy blueberry varieties that are perfect for small spaces. Northcountry and Northblue are commonly called dwarf blueberry plants, and these half-high shrubs mature to be about 2 to 3 feet tall and wide.

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Zone Compatibility

This Variety's Zone Range 3 - 7
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The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

Planting & Care

Learn all about how to grow blueberry plants in The Growing Guide. An entire section of our website dedicated to your growing success.

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Agricultural regulations prohibit shipment of certain types of trees and plants. We do our best to provide a selection that gives everyone a chance to grow their own. This item cannot be shipped to all of GA, OR, and WA.

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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
I wanted blueberries I could transport when we move.
Rachel S on May 19, 2016
I love the idea of gathering blueberries fro my patio
CHRISTINE W on May 1, 2016
I wanted blueberries I could transport when we move.
Rachel S on May 19, 2016
I would like to grow blueberry plants in the sunroom.
Supranee E on May 5, 2016
I love the idea of gathering blueberries fro my patio
CHRISTINE W on May 1, 2016
Patio option is nice
Allison W on Apr 22, 2016
Because my sister eats blueberries every morning!
Anna G on Apr 18, 2016
It is appropriate for my zone. I have never grown blueberries and thought this was the best way to go about getting the right product for my planting zone.
Mary C on Apr 15, 2016
for growing in planter box setting in a raised bed garden
Gregory C on Apr 6, 2016
Wanted smaller blueberry bushes for a certain location in my yard.
Lois W on Apr 4, 2016
I bought them as a gift for my son who will be released from jail soon. He will be caretaking a trailer and property, but hopes to save up enough to buy his own place. I wanted him to have some blueberries that he could work with now and also take to his own place later without having to dig up the property he is caretaking. We love blueberries.
MARY L on Mar 19, 2016
I've always had issues with deer eating my blueberry plants. I'm going to try planting these smaller plants by the house and hopefully we see more fruit.
Chris P on Mar 15, 2016
Extra tasty nice size plant for a smaller area . My Stark plants from prior planting have done very well . This one produced first. Berries were smaller nice for cooking when I want a smaller berry in some recipes. I bought Starkes fertilizer for blueberries really helped them get ahead.
JACKIE D on Mar 6, 2016
I have a small area where a tree was removed next to my house. It opened it up to full sun. I would like to try blueberries. These seem to fit the space requirements.
Mary S on Mar 1, 2016
I would like to grow blueberry plants in the sunroom.
Supranee E on May 5, 2016
Patio option is nice
Allison W on Apr 22, 2016
Do I need to bring them inside or put them in the ground for the winter or can I leave them in their pots?
Carolyn Q on May 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Blueberries by nature tend to be very hardy. I have three "patio blueberries" each of which spend the winters in their own planter boxes which measure 24"X24"X18" without any ill effects. Assuming your pots are sized to handle the plant at maturity I feel confident they will overwinter without problems unless you live nearer the arctic circle. I live and have my blueberries in zone 5b of 6a depending upon which map you choose to use. These blueberries should handle down to zone 3.
Is it too late in the season (I.e. late May) to order container blueberry plants?
Nancy S on May 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Depends on your expectations.
If you hope for berries - it is too late.
If you want to esteblish the plant - probably ok.
I had a best results planting in nov (philadelphia).

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Awesome Blueberry plant!
I got this gift for my birthday last year. I did nothing but put the plant in a pot and left it outside for the winter. It is ready to burst with the first batch of blueberries. No thanks to my lack of gardening expertise. It must be the quality of the plants!
May 22, 2016
1 year ago
I'm going to have blueberries this year!
I was skeptical about the hardiness of these blueberry plants but put the pots in our unheated garage as was directed. It gets very cold in IA, it was down to -20 this winter but one day this spring I pulled the pots out and they were getting green leaves! I put them back outside when the weather moderated and they are both loaded with blueberries!! Great excitement abounds!!
May 11, 2016
1 year ago
A good mix for a patio garden
I purchased a set of these 2 years ago. Like the ding ding that I am, I left the containers on the porch over one of the coldest winters we'd ever seen. Not surprising that neither came back.

Last year, we tried again. The plants took to the containers well and established themselves. One plant is a bit ahead of the other but both are looking strong after a winter in a semi-heated space and lots of water and sunshine this spring. Both have flowers on them and a good amount of vigorous growth. Hoping for a bumper crop in 2-3 years.
May 13, 2016
Blueberry challenges
At my request, the first batch of plants were shipped late in the planting season, and none of them survived the first season. Stark replaced all plants which have been in the ground for about 12 months. Besides the fact that the leaves are yellowish (soil probably needs more acidity), all are healthy and budding.

Thanks to Stark for replacing the plants with no cost or drama.
May 12, 2016
over 2 years ago
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