Bluebuy is my catalog of the blueberry bushes we grow for retail sale and mail order at the flowering shrub farm in Voorheesville, NY. Available blueberry bushes are shown in this picture at the top as of a date in the lower right hand corner of the picture (click image for a larger image you can study more closely or save as wallpaper). The variety name and date potted are on the side of the pot (I will try to overwrite the picture several times a year). Descriptions of the varieties we grow are further below. If you want to purchase contact me. 09:49

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Lowbush Blueberry Vaccinium angustifolium 'Aiton' Blueberry Zone 2, 2 feet x 2 feet, Native to Northeastern USA.

NORTHSKY picture above Crop 211 Vaccinium 'Northsky' Zone 3, 18 inches x 30 inches. Hybrid of Highbush crossed with Lowbush. So it is a self fertile medium sized shrub with berries in June.

BLUECROP Crop 151 High bush V. corymbosum 'Bluecrop' Blueberry bushes. Needs a cross pollinator to produce fruit but best fruit production comes with all three varieties together.

BLUEJAY Crop 152 High bush V. corymbosum 'Bluejay' Blueberry bushes. Monthly pictures of the available plants from the newsletter. Needs a cross pollinator to produce fruit but best fruit production comes with all three varieties together.

BLUERAY Crop 153 High bush V. corymbosum 'Blueray'. Monthly pictures of the available plants from the newsletter. Needs a cross pollinator to produce fruit but best fruit production comes with all three varieties together.

NORTHBLUE Crop 209 Half High Vaccinium 'Northblue' Zone 3, 2.5 feet x 3 feet

NORTHCOUNTRY Crop 213 Half High Vaccinium 'Northcountry' Zone 3, 2 feet x 3 feet

CULTURAL INFORMATION

Many years ago Dr. Coville of the U.S. Department of Agriculture crossed chosen varieties of the wild Native American Highbush Blueberry Vaccinium corymbosum. The resulting plants are extremely ornamental with their scarlet autumn color and their red twigs in winter. They also produce large quantities of suculent blueberries. All of these original crosses of native blueberries were named with the word blue in the name. The canes may grow 6 to 12 feet in length if left unpruned, the species is generally trouble free and hardier than just zone 4 but sometimes not quite hardy enough to zone 3 (Wyman, 471).

Shrubs and Vines for American Gardens by Donald Wyman, published by The Macmillan Company in London 1969. Library of Congress Catalog card #69-18249

The lowbush blueberry or Vaccinium angustifolium is a low growing bush native to the northern USA with hardiness around zone 2 and 3 that is self pollinating that we sometimes grow from seed, softwood cuttings or by purchasing a bunch every few years.

Half highs are also self pollinating, extremely hardy with larger berries than the low bush.

Availability? Blueberry Bush Guide & Inventory. We grow plants to sell at our plant sale. Go to my growing page to see what we do and when we do it. Read my notes on the zone hardiness numbers I use. Do we do mail order? Check my picture-newsletter Want to purchase? email me.