These varieties have been bred for heat tolerance and low winter chilling, and are well adapted to warmer areas of the Sunbelt and the southeast.
Mostly self-pollinating, plants benefit from being planted close enough to cross-pollinate, to yield larger berries.
Chill requirement refers to the accumulated hours of temperatures a plant experiences between freezing and 45 F that is required to break dormancy.
Family: Ericaceae | Genus: VacciniumType: Deciduous, ShrubsSun Exposure: Full SunWater: Regular WaterZone: 8-10Sun: Full SunHeight: 36-96 inchesSpread: 36-48 inchesGrowth Habit: Southern HighbushOrnamental Use: Beds, BordersHarvest Season: Summer-Fall
Quantity: 100 Southern Blueberry Seeds