Vaccinium Corymbosum Sharpblue
Considered a good variety for Southern regions, Sharpblue produces in areas that receive a meager 150 to 200 winter chill hours. Small to medium sized, excellent flavored, dark blue fruit is produced over a long season, often 6 weeks, May into June.
It will remain nearly evergreen in mild climates, and remains an attractive, upright shrub.
Best fruiting when interplanted with other Southern Highbush varieties such as ‘O’Neal’ or ‘Misty’.
Full sun in acid soil with regular water and fertility.
Very wildlife friendly.
Very pollinator friendly.
- Common Name 'Sharpblue' Southern Highbush Blueberr
- Variety Sharpblue
- Zone Zone 7
- Mature Size 5'H x 5'W
- Bloom Time March
- Plant Type Fruits
- Flower Color White