In this post I share my tips and tricks for growing your own blueberry plants.  Check out the video and images with tips below because you’ll love growing your own edibles.

How To Grow A Blueberry Plant Video

In the video feature here today check out this gorgeous blueberry plant growing in Ohio.  I’ve got a harvest coming on in early June on this beauty.  Basic growing tips and some varieties I recommend are features below.

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Blueberry Varieties I Recommend

In the past few years I’ve grown many different types of edible blueberry plants.  It has been a treat to not only enjoy various flavors but watch the different varieties that become available to home growers.  Below are a few of the varieties I recommend checking out for your edible garden today.

Blueberry Shrub in Container
Perpetua BlueBerry in Container

Perpetua Blueberry Plant

Perpetua produces two crops of delicious blueberries! The first fruit will appear in mid-summer, and then the plant will flower and set fruit a second time in the fall. The dark green leaves turn to deep red in the winter, making it a beautiful year-round addition to any landscape.

In the past, I have used The Jobes Organics Soil Acidifier on my blueberries and hydrangeas.  If you can’t find the product locally I have included my Amazon link so it maybe shipped to your home today! 

Jobes Organics Soil Acidifier on Amazon

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Bountiful Blue Berry

Award winning variety with the bluest of foliage and we enjoy in the dome greenhouse year-round.  Pink-blushed flowers produce a big crop of large, sweet, juicy berries on a compact, mounded shrub. Perfect for hedges or planting in large tubs. Self-fertile, though planting with another variety may increase yields. Needs only 150-200 winter chill hours. Semi-evergreen in mild climates. This is a plant I grew from Monrovia.


Bushel and Berry Blueberry Buckle

What a cute little plant that is perfect for containers.  I’ve grown this for a many years after they were introduced to me by Star® Roses and Plants. Bushel & Berry® Blueberry Buckle is an amazing new blueberry bush that is small, bushy and totally ornamental. Leaves are small and red in spring and purple-red in fall giving it loads of color interest in the home garden.  The white flowers appear in spring, followed by a crop of tasty blueberries in early summer. I find this to be a cute and fun plant to grow in containers.

Todays Blueberry Plants

The  video from my Facebook page featuring Monrovia Blueberry Plants.  I’ve grown a few different Monrovia blueberry shrubs in my home garden and totally recommend them.

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In this video (Above) Jonathan Pedersen CEO of Monrovia Plants shares about the new blueberry plants for home growers.

Thanks for stopping by my website today.  I hope you consider staying longer and checkout out other edible things you can grow at home.

More Edible Gardening

Check out this fun growing and eating posts on my website today!

Fresh Blueberry Clusters on The Plant
My Blueberry Harvest in Early June

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Thank you for checking out my video and images today.  I look forward to share with you more of my personal experience from home and garden.  Be sure to connect with me on this post by leaving a message or over on my contact page.

Happy Gardening,

Bren Haas

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