- Botanical Name: Vaccinium uliginosum L. Family: Ericaceae – Hardy Zones 3-9
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The Bog Blueberry – Vaccinium Uliginosum is a low lying perennial shrub with dark green foliage, pink flowers, and blue fruit. The Bog Blueberry can grow up to two feet tall and blooms in the late spring and early summer. This small bush prefers full sun but can tolerate a little shade. It has a low drought tolerance.
The Bog Blueberry blooms in the early summer months, and it has fruits or seeds to go with it. Bog Blueberry has fruits and seed production, and this happens in the summer months, and it continues until the summer ends. This is a tree that has a moderate life span, and when it reaches the maturity level, it will reach up to two feet. This tree can be found in nurseries, garden stores, or the other plant dealers. Bog Blueberry is a plant that cannot survive the temperatures, and this is a plant that has a low tolerance to drought. This plant has moderate growth to it, and it blooms in the early summer months. The Bog Blueberry Bush is referred to as a shrub. It grows in the Spring and Summer seasons. The bush has dark green leaves with small purple flowers. It also contains small blue seedy fruit. The best time for the forest to grow is early summer and will continue growing until late summer. It grows at a medium rate and can get up to two feet high. The bush needs water to build and does not do very well when made in the desert or low water conditions. The Bog Blueberry Bush grows well in swampy areas and moist conditions. If planted in the Spring the flowers will bloom white, and later at the beginning of summer turn into little blueberries. The berries can be eaten and can be used to make jelly, jam, or pies. This bush offers excellent color and edible fruit.
Bog Blueberry Bush - Vaccinium Uliginosum
USDA Climate Zone - Zone 2-9
Bush Height - 2 feet
Bush Width - 3 feet
Soil Type - Sandy
Sun - Full Sun
The Bog Blueberry – Vaccinium Uliginosum is a low lying perennial shrub with dark green foliage, pink flowers, and blue fruit. The Bog Blueberry can grow up to two feet tall and blooms in the late spring and early summer. This small bush prefers full sun but can tolerate a little shade. It has a low drought tolerance. Bog Blueberry