**Blueberries are supplied as potted plants in 140 mm pots, plants are usually around one foot tall**
Blueberries if grown properly can produce up to 4 kg of fruit in a year. (that’s a lot of fruit, given the size of the berries) As another grower pointed out – at $6.00 per 150 gram punnet, 4 kg equals 24 punnets of fruit, and this potentially adds up to a whopping $144 of fruit off the one bush over one season!! Not a bad return on your investment.
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Sunshine Blue blueberrySunshine Blue is a blueberry with the lot - it is semi-dwarf, features showy hot pink flowers that fade to white in spring, yielding large crops of delicious berries. Sunshine Blue tolerates higher pH soils better than many other blueberries and it is self-fertile SORRY - NOT TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Blue Rose blueberryBlue Rose gives heavy yields of medium to large fruit, cropping late December and into January, leaves become strikingly attractive making brilliant autumn colours of yellow and orange SORRY - NOT TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA