Blueberries: 2 gallon $24.99 5 gallon $39.99
Blueray – mid season; Highbush. Medium/large fruit with soft, firm skin that resists cracking and is very sweet! Nice fall foliage color.
Bluejay– mid season Highbush; Medium to large, firm, sweet fruit. Vigorous, 5-6’ bush. Light green summer leaves turn orange and yellow in the fall.
Duke – Early season Highbush. BEST early season variety. Medium size, firm, light blue fruit with a mild flavor. Vigorous and very productive. 4-6’ tall with orange and yellow fall foliage color.
Jersey – Late season; Highbush. Large clusters with small to medium, dark blue berries. Spicy, sweet flavor. Highly aromatic. Favorite for baking. Keeps well. Hardy, vigorous, and a heavy producer. Reliable, can fruit till frost. 7’ tall. Good for an ornamental hedge with good fall yellow leaf color.
Jubilee – Midseason Highbush. Jubilee, a Southern Highbush developed in Mississippi, thrives well under adverse conditions – heavy soils, summer heat and sudden winter cold. Very productive, bearing large clusters in midseason.
Northland – Midseason Northland is the most cold-hardy Highbush variety. It is easy to grow and adaptable to many different soil types. The berries are excellent for jams and baking because of their high sugar content. The bright yellow wood and compact shape makes Northland a good candidate for landscaping.
Patriot – Early season Highbush. Early-season. Patriot hits the mark with cold hardiness, tolerance to wet soils, and yummy berries. It grows to about 4 feet and at this height makes a great specimen in the landscape. You can enjoy the showy white blooms in the spring, the dark green summer foliage, and the fiery orange fall leaf color. But, best of all you can eat the giant, dark blue, and highly flavorful berries. For zones 3–8.
Pink Lemonade – mid/late season – Pinkish-white, bell-shaped blooms appear in spring. Summer brings pale green fruit that quickly turns deep pink for harvest. Autumn leaves are bright orange and red. Fruit is deliciously sweet and mild; nice firm texture. Prefers full sun. Zones 4-8. Grows 4-5’
Three-way Blueberry – ‘3 in 1’- A plant with a mix of Patriot, Blue Gold, and North Sky blueberries that will give you delicious blueberries during the early, mid, and late seasons. Yellow, orange and red fall color.
Brazel Berries – Are small compact blueberry bushes that are great fruit bearing ornamentals that are great in the landscape and also perfect for patio containers. Pruning: These blueberries produces new canes each spring, but sets fruit on the previous year’s canes. Once fruiting is complete, prune canes that have fruited leaving new canes to fruit the following season. Annual pruning promotes plant growth and berry production.
- ‘Blueberry Glaze’ –These 2’-3’ tall, bushy plants are reminiscent of a boxwood and can easily be sheared as such. The small, mid-summer berries have intense flavor much like the flavor of wild blueberries. With their deep flesh color, these berries pack a healthful punch with their antioxidant-rich qualities. Blueberry Glaze is also perfect on the patio in decorative containers. Midseason berries are small and aromatic with wild berry flavor.
- ‘Jelly Bean’ – Midseason berries are sweet and great for homemade jelly. These 1’-2’ little blueberry bushes are prolific – producing a bumper crop of large, flavorful blueberries mid-summer with super sweet flavor like homemade blueberry jelly. Brilliant green new foliage emerges in spring which gives way to darker greens with red hues throughout the summer and fall.
- ‘Peach Sorbet’ – Midseason fruit is medium sized with a sweet tropical essence. These 1.5’-2’ compact blueberry plants are four-season showstoppers with stunning leaves ranging from peach to pink to orange to emerald green. Spring’s white, bell-shaped flowers will give way to an abundant summer crop of healthy, sweet blueberries mid-summer. In most climates, Peach Sorbet™ plants keep their leaves through the winter when the foliage transitions to a rich eggplant purple.
- ‘Pink Icing’ – Midseason berries are large and sweet with a robust blueberry flavor. The newest addition to the Brazel Berries Collection, Pink Icing™ plants have breathtaking spring and fall foliage. Spring brings lovely new growth foliage color that has varying shades of pink mixed with blue and deeper greens. In the winter, Pink Icing™ foliage takes on stunning iridescent turquoise blue hues which is impressive when planted in mass. 3’-4’ compact, slightly spreading habit.