Sunshine Blue Dwarf Blueberry

Great in Containers, and So Productive!


Every season brings a new beauty!

$14.95
Buy 3+ at $12.95 ea
Buy 6+ at $10.95 ea
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Genus
Vaccinium
Species
corymbosum
Variety
'Sunshine Blue'
Zone
5 - 9
Bloom Start To End
Early Summer
Habit
Dwarf
Plant Height
3 ft - 4 ft
Plant Width
3 ft - 4 ft
Additional Characteristics
Berries, Edible
Bloom Color
Pink
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Soil Tolerance
Normal, loamy
Uses
Containers
Restrictions
*Due to state restrictions we cannot ship to the following:
California, Canada, Guam, Hawaii, Michigan, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Washington, Georgia, Wisconsin
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
  Average Based on 3 Review(s)
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Love this blueberry
from AL wrote (July 01, 2013):
Very prolific. The medium-sized fruits taste like a blueberry should; reminiscent of a wild blueberry. Bush is neat and compact, very attractive year-round.
All around favorite
Ann Litrel from GA wrote (August 06, 2012):
My seven "sunshine blues" have been flourishing under a pine tree in my front yard for 7 or 8 years, with no additional care or fertilizer, under high, bright shade. The pink flowers are very pretty in spring in spring, the berries and foliage are beautiful in summer, and the little leaves turn bright red in the fall. The bushes have kept an attractive, regular shape, and bear an abundance of berries for us for 4-5 weeks in the summer. Over the years they have been admired and inquired after by anyone with the slightest experience in gardening. Even professional landscapers have noticed how unusual this variety is. I've recommended this specific blueberry bush to many many people, and have heard similar good reviews. I have a variety of native and non-native fruiting and flowering plants in my yard - this has been a great one.
Awesome plant!
ld from SC wrote (November 05, 2011):
bought 3 of these about 4 yrs ago. Planted them right beside my house. They are a very nice looking bush year round in south carolina (have pruned very little). Pretty much I just planted them and let them be, no special attention has been given them as far as watering or disease or bug prevention and only the once a yr fertilizer toss. Tons of berries. My mom had bought a few bushes from the local farm fresh market that were supposed to grow well in this area and they did so poorly that she is now purchasing theses, because she has seen how well they have grown, how good they look ornamentally and how much they produce. One of the best plant purchases I have ever made.