To order blueberry plants call 770-889-2519

leave your name, phone number, the variety of blueberry plant  you would like and the quanity of each. Someone will then call you back to confirm your order and setup pick up date and time. You will pay on day of pickup.

 

 

HOW TO PLANT BLUEBERRY PLANTS

  1. Dig a hole 2' wide and 8" to 12" deep.

  2. Take all grass, leaves and sticks out of hole.

  3. Leave dirt in hole and add 5 gallons or more of pine bark fines( which is ground up pine bark about 1/4" in diameter or smaller, or peat moss.

  4. Till dirt and pine bark fines, or peat moss together.

  5. Now plant blueberry bush, making the plant flush with the ground (top of the root ball) or 1/2" higher.

  6. Water heavy the first time, until water puddles.

  7. Mulch with hardwood chips( shredded up tree limbs) at least 4" thick.

  8. Water 1" a week for the first year. ( which is a 5 gallon bucket full of water.)

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Plants in Spring
Plants in Fall
Plants in Winter
Plants in bloom

Plant Varieties We Have:​​

EARLY SEASON:

PREMIER                                                                       

  • Ripening period: One of the first to ripen of all varieties.  Ripens late May early June (Early Season)

  • Growing Height: Generally, grow 6 to 8 feet tall. Can be pruned to maintain desired height

  • Berry Size: Berries are Quarter size, sweet berry

  • Planting distance: 2 feet or further apart

  • Breeding History: Released jointly by North Carolina State

University and USDA-ARS in 1978

VERNON

  • Growing Height: Generally, grows 6 to 8 feet tall. Can be pruned to maintained desired height.

  • Ripening period: Ripens late May early June (Early Season)

  • Berry Size: Berries are nickel size, sweet berry

  • Planting distance: 2 feet or further apart

  • Breeding History: Released from the University of Georgia 2004

 

 MID-SEASON:

 

POWDERBLUE

  • Generally, grows 6 to 8 feet tall. Can be pruned to maintained desired height.

  • High yielding blueberry bush

  • Ripening period: Ripens Late June, early July (Mid-to Late Season)

  • Berry Size: Berries are nickel size and light blue with a soft dusting, resembling powder. Theses berries grow in cluster, sweet berry

  • Breeding History: Released jointly by North Carolina State University and USDA-ARS in 1978

TIFBLUE

  • Generally, grows to 6 to 8 feet tall. Can be pruned to maintained desired height.

  • Ripening period: Ripens late June early July (Mid-to Late Season)

  • Berry Size: Berries are penny size, sweet berry

  • Planting Distance: 2 feet or further apart

  • Breeding History: Released from the University of Georgia 1955

 

LATE SEASON:

DELITE                

  • Generally, grows to 6 to 8 feet tall. Can be pruned to maintained desired height.

  • Makes a good ornamental plant: Suitable for hedging or shrub

border with attractive tiny pink or white flowers and often nice fall color.

  • Ripening period: Ripens late June early July (Late Season)

  • Berry Size: Berries are nickel size, light blue, sweet berry

  • Planting distance: 2 feet or further apart

  • Breeding History: Released from the University of Georgia 1969

For More Info or to Order Plants Call:

770-889-2519

PLANTS ARE $20.00 EACH