A BrazelBerries variety, 'Peach Sorbet'is a stunning compact blueberry plant with leaves ranging from peach to pink to orange to emerald green. Spring's white, bell-shaped flowers will give way to an abundant summer crop of healthy, sweet blueberries mid-summer. Perfect for small areas, hedges or for a patio or balcony container.
An early season blueberry with rave reviews! This vigorous Northern-Southern cross produces a heavy crop of sweet, juicy, berries early in the blueberry season — and, in mild areas, a lighter second crop develops later that same year. Yields up to 15 pounds per plant. Developed in 1999, introduced in 2010. Cold-hardy. First crop ripens in late May to early June. Second crop ripens in August. Self-pollinating.
Pink Popcorn®’s compact plants produce a prodigal bounty of medium-sized, pink-cream- to pink berries with darker pink blush, bursting with true blueberry flavor and aroma. Hardy, northern high-bush 4-5’ plants, with showy white flowers and crimson fall foliage, bear oodles of pink fruit that ripens early to mid-season. Variety that is undemanding, easy to care for, and untroubled by pests or diseases. Self-fertile plants.
Smaller variety with nice ornamental qualities. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. A spring application of acidic fertiliser is well recommmended the year after the plantation. Needs a fresh, poor and well drained soil. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended. You MUST plant two different varieties to get a good pollination.