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BrazelBerries® Peach Sorbet™

BrazelBerries® Peach Sorbet™

A colorful showstopper, this compact Blueberry is stunning, with new spring growth in shades of peach, pink, orange, and emerald. Its white, bell-shaped flowers in spring give way to an abundant summer crop of healthy, sweet fruit, followed by deep purple foliage in the fall. These versatile plants are equally attractive as a shorter hedge or in a decorative container on the patio. Although plants are self-pollinating, they tend to produce better harvests when grown with a different Blueberry variety to help with cross-pollination. ‘F06-043’ PP 23,325

Every state has agricultural regulations that restrict the shipment of certain plants. We are unable to ship to the following states: CA, GA, OR, and WA.

Growing BrazelBerries® Blueberries in containers.

BrazelBerries® are dwarf plants that produce full-size fruit. They will produce some fruit in the first couple of years, but really hit their stride in the third year and beyond. Upon arrival, replant in a 12-16″ container using a peat-based potting soil mix with pine bark. Place the container outdoors in full sun for the growing season. As your plant matures, you will likely need to put it in a 20-24″ diameter container. Your plant will start producing more fruit in the second year.

Fertilizing. BrazelBerries® Blueberries thrive in acid soil (pH of 4.5–5.5). Fertilize your plants with aslow-release fertilizer designed for acid-loving plants in spring and again in midsummer.

Pruning. In spring, prune out any dead branches. After harvest, prune out fruit-bearing branches, leaving new branches to fruit the following season.

Wintering over. In colder climates (Zone 5), you can overwinter plants in their containers by storing them in a sheltered, unheated area such as a garage or shed once the leaves drop in fall. In spring, bring them outside when temperatures remain above 25° and place in full sun.

In warmer climates where freeze-thaw cycles occur, store plants on a protected porch. Where freezing is not a concern, plants can remain outdoors in containers and enjoyed year round.

Every state has agricultural regulations that restrict the shipment of certain plants. We're sorry, but we cannot ship this item to the following state: CA, GA, OR, and WA.

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BrazelBerries® Peach Sorbet™


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Item: S68422
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Quick Facts

Common Name: Blueberry

Hardiness Zone:
 5-10 S / 5-10 W

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Height: 18"+

Exposure: Full Sun

Blooms In: May

Spacing: 2'

Ships as:  One Gallon Pot

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