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Blue Ridge Blueberry Bush

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Blue Ridge Blueberry - Vaccinium Pallidum

 

Blue Ridge Blueberry plants are good plants to grow in your yard. Our wholesale fruit plants are shipped fast too. At our online store, you can find these plants year round. These berries are great to use in jams, jellies, and cobblers.  Berry bare root are a great addition to any home.  Berry plants are great to have around your home. Their berries are great to make jams and pies.  Berry plants can provide you with delicious fruit.  You will always have good fruit with this plant.  This is a beautiful plant to add to locations on a lawn. This plant is a quick growing plant and can grow two to three feet each year.   These plants provide gorgeous color and beauty as they bloom and produce little flowers in the spring as the berries begin to develop on this shrub.  The berries from this plant can be used in a wide selection of recipes and are also great to eat and enjoy right from the shrub as they are harvested.  Several of these shrubs can be planted together and is a wonderful way to make sure that the fruit is fresh and right off of the vine when consumes.  These berries are amazing when used to create delicious jams and jellies. Vaccinium Pallidum of the heath family is commonly referred to as hillside blueberry, Blue Ridge Blueberry, late lowbush blueberry, and early lowbush blueberry. It is inherent to Canada and the central and eastern United States, specifically the Ozark Mountains of Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, and Oklahoma.The Blue Ridge Blueberry is a deciduous, flowering shrub. It reaches various heights depending on growth conditions, usually from ten to twenty inches (twenty-three to fifty-one centimeters) tall. The blossoms are bell-shaped and appear in green, pink or white. The fruit is edible, usually about eight calories apiece, and has a sweet to tart flavor. The Blue Ridge Blueberry bush appears in many different types of forests, namely oak, chestnut, and pine.