Dwarf Northblue Blueberry

Dwarf Northblue Blueberry

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1.0 (1 review)
A blueberry hardy to -35 degrees F from the University of Minnesota. Plants grow 20 to 30 inches tall with large, glossy dark green foliage that turns burgundy-red in the fall. Fruit is large, dark blue, excellent quality and easy to pick with yields of 3 to 7 lbs. per mature bush. Fruit production is maximized by winter snow cover.
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Product Details

: 3 to 7
: 13
: Spring & Fall
: Moist, well-drained, acidic
: 12-12-12
: Spring
: Spring
: 2 - Moderately Easy
: Berries
: Stocky, well-rooted transplants
: Yes

Physical Details

Height: 20 to 30
: Yes
: Dark green
: White - Pink
: Dark red
: Dark blue
: 48 to 60
: 3
: Yes
: Summer
: While plants are still dormant
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Yes
: Yes

Scientific Details

: Vaccinium
: hybrida
: angustifolium
: Dwarf Northblue

Shipping Details

: AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID
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Product Reviews
1.0 (1 review)
  • By wayne h
    From Carmel, IN
    this blueberry did not last the winter. It died and the limited warranty does not allow it to be replaced. Would advise not ot buy this product for Indiana. Be advised Jung does not stand by it's products past one year.
    * Admin Notes added 4/15/2015 2:53:58 PM:
    We are sorry to hear that your Northblue plant did not survive. Our records indicate that we replaced your Dwarf Northblue Blueberry once in 2014. A plant failing to survive twice suggests that a cultural or environmental issue caused your loss.
    Blueberries have fairly strict soil requirements to grow well and survive. They prefer a moist, well-drained soil rich in organic matter and require an acidic soil (pH 4.5 to 5.5). Soil pH needs to be reduced in most areas to be suitable for growing blueberries.
    Northblue is rated as hardy down to zone 3. Often it is wet soil in winter more than cold temperatures that causes plants to die during winter. A well-drained soil is essential. In heavier clay soil, creating a raised bed well amended with organic matter improves drainage and promotes good winter survival. Protection from rabbits and rodents that may damage stems or girdle plants during winter is also advised.