Blueberries are mainly deciduous shrubs with oval leaves, plants produce pretty white bell shaped flowers in spring. Fruit is produced in summer and the leaves take on attractive red orange tones in autumn. Berries are best left to ripen on the bush, bird netting may be required and the berries once picked can be eaten fresh, frozen or made into jam, jelly, juice or used in cooking cakes, cheesecakes, tarts, muffins and various delicious sweets. 

Drought tolerant once established and frost hardy. Prune to remove tips and weak shoots in winter. Feed in spring with fowl manure or a low rate of complete fertiliser. 

Pot Size
14cm
PBR
No
Native/Exotic
Native
Habit
Upright dense shrub
Foliage
Oval leaves that take on red orange tones in autumn
Flower
Pretty white bell shaped flowers followed by berries
Flowering Time
Flowers in spring, fruit produced in summer
Position
Full sun to part shade. this variety best planted alongside another for highest yield.
Cultural Notes
Prefers well drained open acidic (low ph) soil that is rich in organic matter