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We offer Northern Highbush and Southern Highbush bluberry plants. Click one of the catalogs below to see details and order plants. Try our Bryant Blueberry Farm Cookbook to learn new ways to enjoy your blueberries.
All varieties are self-pollinating, but will produce better crops if more than one variety is planted. Plant at least two plants per family member, to ensure enough berries for the whole family.
Northern Highbush varieties grow well throughout the northern U.S. and southern Canada.
Southern Highbush blueberries are specifically hybridized for warmer climates,
but will also do well as far north as Seattle.
Dwarf, wild and ground cover blueberries.
Huckleberry plants produce delicious, dark blue edible fruit and will compliment your landscaping with deep green foliage. They work well in mass plantings or as specimen shrubs in the garden, and grow well in sun or shade. Bushes are compact and uniform and will grow to 4–6 feet high.
From time to time we offer books about growing, planting or eating berries.
All the blueberry plants we bought from you are doing VERY well! We REALLY love the Chandlers.
Just got the order…plants look great! Thanks!
We bought six of your plants last year and they are all doing great. Now we're giving new ones as gifts to family members that are eyeing our fruit a little too closely! The plant you suggested for Arizona did beautifully and we had an amazing first crop last May.
—Ray and Nanci Hart
The plants we received from you were above and beyond our expectations. They arrived with all their leaves and blossoms intact, looking so healthy. We couldn't believe they had been shipped half way across the country. Compliments on an outstanding job of planting, nurturing and packaging your plants!