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Blue Ridge Blueberry$1.40–$1.70
Bluecrop Blueberry Bush
Bluecrop Blueberry Bush has a light blue color.The berries are a very firm type of berry.Hardy planting zones are 3-7.The bushes can grow to be 4 to 6 feet in height. The bushes spread 4 feet.
The plant does not need shade it likes full sun.This berry is great because it is disease resistant.
Blueray Blueberry Bush
Blueray Blueberry Bush have a sweeter taste to them than other berries.The prime time to harvest the Blueray Blueberry is in July and the harvest can go on for weeks to come.Hardy planting zones are 5-8.The plant enjoys full sun.
Bog Blueberry is very small it only reaches up to 16 inches high at full maturity.It has very beautiful flowers, small and white.They can go from dark pink, light pink, to even just plain white.
Bristol Black Raspberry$1.40–$1.70
Berry Bushes – Fresh and Healthy, and Just Outside Your Door!
Berry bushes are a huge favorite with Wholesale Nursery Company customers. Our berry plants are never sprayed with herbicides, pesticides or insecticides. We have all native varieties also and that is a rarity these days. You’ll get the fashioned wild taste that’s much sweeter than all these hybrid man-made varieties.
Blueberries have delicate white or pink flowers in the spring, the summer fruit is both attractive and delicious, and the red and yellow fall foliage adds great color to your landscape. We have the Blue Ridge Blueberry, the Heritage Blueberry. and the Hi Bush Blueberry.
Black berries are another fruit that many people enjoying eating. Planting a bush within your yard or garden is a great way to add some beauty as well as have a great home-grown treat for your family. Black berries, like other fruiting bushes, need to have plenty of sunlight throughout the day in order to ensure that you will produce as many berries as possible. Trimming this bush annually will help to ensure that it produces many of the berries that you enjoy.
Our nursery is USDA certified, so expect our bare root bushes to thrive in your yard.