Pilgrim Cranberry

Pilgrim Cranberry

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You don't need a bog to grow American cranberries. A sunny, well-drained bed with acidic soil and good moisture content will do. These versatile, nutritious fruits are lovely ornamental, fruiting ground covers. Only 6 inches tall, they have dainty evergreen foliage and small pink flowers in spring followed by abundant crops of large, tasty red berries that ripen in fall. Pilgrim is self-fertile and hardy to -30 degrees F. Plants begin bearing 1 to 2 years after planting.
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Product Details

: 4 to 9
: 20
: Spring
: Acidic with good moisture content
: 6-6-6
: 3 - Normal
: Fruit
: 3 inch pot

Physical Details

Height: 6
: Yes
: Green
: Red
: 10
: 2
: Yes
: Fall
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Scientific Details

: Vaccinium
: macrocarpon
: Pilgrim

Shipping Details

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Product Reviews
1.0 (1 review)
  • By michelle p
    From Iron Mountain, MI
    I don't know how long it takes for these to get to the size shown in the catalog but I have had these for four years and the plants are very small, and I have had only about four cranberries. Will be taking them out of the garden this year as I cant not give space to something not producing.
    * Admin Notes added 2/23/2015 2:05:49 PM:
    Cranberries have some specific soil requirements for good growth. They need a moist, well-drained, strongly acidic soil (pH 4.0 to 5.2) rich in organic matter. Most garden soils will need significant pH adjustment with sulfur or aluminum sulfate to reduce the pH to the required range. Growth will be poor if grown in soils with the pH out of the required range.